How to Draw a Iron easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw easy for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: Articco Drawing
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
The first thing we need to draw is the contours of the iron. They are familiar to everyone, and over the years have not changed anything. Using very light, almost invisible lines, outline such a triangular border. Don’t try to draw too perfect iron contours at this step, so it will be easier to change the drawing later.
At the top, mark the handle with iron, or rather a hole in the body of this object, where the handle is made. In the top right corner, outline the wire and in the lower right corner draw a small curve. As mentioned above, all of these lines should be made of lines that are very light and easy to erase.
To make our drawing of an iron look like what we want, let’s draw some details. On the inner surface of the handle we depict a circular temperature switch. On the front panel, mark the buttons and drain holes. Since there are so many different types of irons in the world, you can change the position of these components as you please.
Now it’s time to stop using bright and coarse lines, and start working with darker and clearer ones. Carefully draw all the lines and details in the iron drawing so that the drawing gets a complete and clean look. Remove all unnecessary rules and add some other details, such as lights and small inscriptions.
In order for our iron drawing to look natural and complete, we need to add shadows. According to all the rules of drawing and the laws of physics, darkness is where light doesn’t shine. So define the light source first, then add shadows to areas where the light doesn’t get in.
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