How to Draw a Croissant Step by Step Easy

How to Draw a Croissant Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How to Draw a Croissant Step by Step Easy

Perhaps any of us could draw a croissant without any hindrance, but would drawing this delicacy be easy to eat? In this drawing lesson, HTdraw.com team just wants to show you how to draw a croissant in the easiest way and with results beyond expectations. In the four steps below, we have tried to combine the simplicity and realism of drawing a croissant.

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel:  Art For All

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

To correctly draw a croissant, we first need to draw a bean, or rather a bean-like shape. In fact, on the first website, we outlined just a curved oval using very light lines. Don’t forget that all first steps should be done using very light lines.

Step 2

We continue to draw a croissant. We now draw a large number of slightly curved horizontal lines, taking into account the curvature of the croissant. The lines must not be too flat or the same.

Step 3

Now, with the help of clear and thick lines, we’ll edit the outer contours of the croissants so they’re uneven. The croissant pattern must have a large number of pleats to create this recognizable sweet food.

Step 4

What do we usually do in the final steps of a drawing lesson? We’ll of course draw shadows. Using a hatch light, draw shadows on the croissant and on the surface on which the croissant sits. If you got everything right, your croissant drawing should look like this.

Now, we think that each of those who read and can master this article will definitely be able to draw a delicious croissant as if it were baked by Gordon Ramsay. But we don’t rule out the fact that you, dear readers of HTdraw.com, may have had some troubles. If this happens after all, be sure to let us know by writing us on social media or right here in the comments section below this article.

 

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