Learn how to draw a beautiful Steak with easy, step-by-step drawing tutorials and video tutorials. Now you can easily create a beautiful steak drawing.
“Beef – that’s for dinner.”
– Slogan of the Cow Breeding Council and the National Cattle Breeding Association.
The word “steak” comes from the mid-15th-century term steik or stekys, referring to “a thick slice of meat cut up for roasting or grilling or frying.” Steak is everyone’s favorite food in the world.
Although steak can be cut from almost any meat, including pork, venison, and fish, the term is commonly used to refer to beef steak. Restaurants that specialize in serving steak are called steakhouses. In many countries, including the United States and Australia, the menu often includes a number of different steaks that can be cooked to order, from rare to cooked. Steak is usually served with salads, vegetables, mushrooms, rolls, and starches, such as mashed potatoes, baked potatoes or steak fries.
Some cuts of beef steak, such as rib eye steak and rib eye steak, are prized more than others, as are certain types of cattle. For example, the Japanese Wagyu is known for its fine layer of fat in the meat. Some Wagyu cattle are considered celebrities, getting massages and drinking alcohol.
In popular culture, a steak dinner represents an expensive meal, a date night, or a celebration. The wealthy could be described as enjoying steak dinners close together with the hungry lower classes. Many cartoons feature starving characters picturing their companions as giant steaks.
Do you want to draw a cartoon steak? This easy step by step cartoon food drawing tutorial is here to show you how. All you need is a pencil, eraser and a piece of paper. You may also want to color your drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Steak
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
1. Start by drawing an oval nested within a slightly larger oval or rectangle. This forms the plate or platter for serving the steak.
2. Use a curved line to outline the irregular shape of the first steak, erasing as needed. Then draw a curved line down one side of the steak to give it a three-dimensional shape.
3. Draw curved lines across the top of the steak to represent the “grilling line” left by the grill.
4. Use a curved line to enclose the irregular shape of the second steak along with the first. Use curved lines along one side to give the meat a three-dimensional shape.
5. Draw horizontal, parallel grill marks on the top of the second steak.
6. Paint some garnish – herbs to color the dish. Use wavy, curved lines to draw triangular lettuce leaves that protrude from under the steak.
7. Use curved lines that meet at jagged points to form additional decorative lines emerging from opposite sides of the steak.
8. Draw some circles, some partially obscured by the steak, erasing as necessary. These are small tomatoes, which are also used as garnishes. Wrap an irregular shape at the top of each circle, erasing as needed, to form the stem of the tomato.
9. Draw a sprig of herbs over the steak, erasing as needed. Draw each leaf using a pair of curved lines that meet at a point. Use a curved line to draw the leaf veins down the center of each leaf. Use a pair of curved lines to draw the trunk and connect them with a short line.
Color your cartoon steak drawing:
Color your cartoon steak. Set the table with fruits and veggies from our botanical drawing tutorials or turkey dinners, fast food, and more. among our object drawing tutorials.