How to Draw a Fireplace Step by Step

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

How to Draw a Fireplace Step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


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

Step 1

Start by painting the overlay of the fireplace. First, draw a narrow, horizontal, inverted trapezoid, with its longest line at the top. In it, draw a smaller inverted trapezoid. Finally, draw a smaller trapezoid below the first trapezoid, which shares the same line.

Step 2

Extend two straight lines down from the ends of the coat. Connect them at the bottom by drawing another narrow inverted trapezoid. This forms the top of the fireplace.

Step 3

Draw two more narrow, inverted trapezoidal shapes to continue the fireplace. Each trapezoid should be longer than the trapezoid above.

Step 4

Next, draw around and open up the fire box. Extend the two lines upwards from the heater and connect them with a curve. Inside this shape, extend two more lines up from the fireplace and connect them with a curve. From the origin of these lines, extend two oblique lines at opposite diagonal angles. Connect them with a line. Then, stretch a line upwards from each line and connect them at the top with a curve.

Step 5

Draw firewood inside the fireplace. Use curves to outline the unusual shape of the wood. Connect the ends of each line with a serrated line. Then, draw another curve or jagged line to indicate the end of the cut wood.

Step 6

Erase as needed, then pattern the wood using straight lines to indicate the bark. Draw curves along the cut ends of each piece.

Step 7

Draw flames. Use curves of different lengths that meet in sharp points to surround the evanescent shape.

Step 8

Textures the flame with curves and sets of lines that meet at points.

Step 9

Draw the bricks of the pins, gears or pins. Draw horizontal lines and connect them with vertical lines.

Step 10

Color your animated fireplace. Red bricks, brown wood and white marble are common properties of a fireplace.

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