How to Draw Drips 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
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
For the first step of the water drop tutorial, we will draw a small shape and a curve.
The small shape will resemble a spotted oval that will sit above the main shape of the spill causing the drip.
For the spill itself, you can start that aspect using a curved, wavy line below that oval. That will form the top of the spill and we’ll start drawing the drip in the next few steps.
Step 2 – First Draw of the Drip Facets
Now that you have drawn the drip source and the top of the spill, you can start adding to the bottom of your drip drawing.
To start this section, you can extend a line from the left side of the top of the dropper. You can then extend a circle down from there for a drop of shading down.
You can then stretch the smaller but thicker drop down the side of this drop. We’ll be adding more subsections besides it in the next few steps, so keep it up!
Step 3 – Now, draw some more drops
In this third step of the how to draw drip tutorial, we’ll continue to add some drops coming down from the spill.
This step will be somewhat similar to the previous step in that there will be a long, thin drop running down the left and a smaller, thicker drop on the right.
However, these will be slightly smaller than their step 2 counterparts.
Step 4 – Draw the next droplet flowing down
You’re really getting it right now! The next few steps of your drip drawing will be finishing the final and drip details.
This step of the tutorial will be a little different from the previous two steps you did, because in this step you will only draw one dropper instead of two.
This shape will also be a bit long and thin like some of the previous drip shapes you’ve drawn. It will also be the same length as the first droplet you drew.
This is also how we have it in this tutorial and you can also change the length of the water drops to your liking if you want! After you’ve drawn this drip, you’re ready for some final details in the next step!
Step 5 – Now you can complete the final drip and additional details
This fifth step of our drip tutorial will be about adding some details and final elements before you bring in some color.
This will also be the step where you can add some of your own personalized extras and parts!
To wrap up the details in our tutorial, there will be one more curve for another droplet to flow down from the spill.
Finally, you can use an extra circle on the right hand side for the right overflow edge.
That should wrap up the final details of this tutorial, but before you continue, you should feel free to add your own details! One interesting idea you can try is to pinpoint the cause of an oil spill.
Perhaps it was a barrel of radioactive mud or maybe some fuel leaked from the alien spacecraft.
These are just a few ideas you can try, but what else can you think of that could be causing these drops? We can’t wait to see what creative ideas you come up with!
Step 6 – Finish your drip drawing with some color
It’s time to take the final step of your drip drawing and it’s a fun step for you to finish it off with some pretty colors!
We used bright purple for our example image and this really makes it look like some kind of toxic mud or alien goo!
We also used several different shades inside the drawing to create a more drippy look.
This is just one of many ways that you can use to colorize your images! This will be a great opportunity to use any of your favorite colors to complete the image.
You can also experiment with some artistic mediums to achieve the look. You can use some thick layers of acrylic paint to make it look like the substance is dripping for an idea. What colors and art mediums will you use to complete this picture?