How to Draw a Coffee Maker easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
First sketch the coffee machine in the form of a rectangular box. This will be the approximate basis for our coffee machine. We urge you all, dear readers, to draw geometric shapes without the help of any additional tools. You can outline the base for this espresso machine with the ruler. But you will improve your skill a lot if you draw it by hand.
There are many models of coffee machines. Many of these machines have right angles. We choose to draw a coffee machine with smooth corners. So in this step, we draw the rounded edges, the outline of the lever, and the outline of the tube.
Detailed the buttons on the top and front of our coffee machine. You can arrange various buttons and indicators according to your preference. For example, you can draw a touch panel or a button to launch a nuclear bomb.
Draw the details of the bottom of the coffee machine. It usually looks like a furnace and support for foam and liquid to flow. In the same step, we should draw the final contours of the lever and the pipe for the finished coffee.
In this step we paint shiny shadows on the buttons of our coffee machine. The darker shadows should be drawn on the lever and the upper part of the pipe. Traditionally we draw shadows by hatching, but you can create softer shadows by rubbing pencil lines.
It’s a pretty simple drawing tutorial and we are hoping that now you have learned how to draw a espresso machine. With this lesson, we conclude a series of articles about coffee and what it takes to create the perfect strong cup of coffee. By the way, if you haven’t already, we have pages on all the popular social networks. To keep up with all new articles, subscribe to us and to help us grow, share our guide with your friends and acquaintances. If we suddenly forget something, please remind us in the comments. We’ll fix it and draw it.