How to Draw a Flute easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing two lines. The lines are not parallel but placed at an angle such that they are slightly closer together at the bottom. This outlines the sides of the flute.
Draw a curve on top of the flute. Both have to pass out the sketches and eventually stick to them. Below it, draw another curve that doesn’t quite reach the sides. Below, draw a curve from one contour to the other. Then, on each side, extend a curve from this junction outside the contour. Draw another curve on the flute, not quite reaching the contour. This completes the outline of the head joint.
Remove the guides from the head joint. Then, outline the aperture or the mark. Stretch a pair of curves from the top of the head joint. Connect them using straight lines. Draw another curve to give the wind a three-dimensional shape.
Draw a small rectangle on the top of the mouthpiece. Draw a line across the rectangle to give it a three-dimensional shape. This is called windows.
Connect the lines of the flute at the bottom using a small oval. Then, draw a narrow oval around the bottom end of the flute.
Draw short lines from each end of the oval. Connect them with a curve. Then draw curves from the corners of this curved rectangle to attach to the barrel or the center of the flute. This is called a foot joint.
Remove the guides from the flute foot joint. Draw a straight line down the barrel. Then, draw curves at the junction of the barrel and the leg joint.
Draw narrow ovals that overlap the straight line on the case. These are negative holes or finger holes.
Delete guides from the bucket. Draw four more ovals to create the double holes of the flute.
Color your cartoon flute. Recorded flutes are usually black, white or cream, but these plastic flutes can come in magenta, purple, yellow or other colors.