How to draw Ice Cube easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
You might think that learning to draw tape is just an easy task. It’s just some cubes, right?
There are some aspects that make ice more complicated than expected, however, the two main examples of this are that it is transparent and also continuously melting. However, we will be covering both of these aspects in this guide!
To make things easier for this first block of ice, you can use a pencil to draw a rough shape. Then you can use the pen to add some details to it.
As you can see in the reference image, we will use lines of different thicknesses for the edges of the cube. Some edges will also have lines that don’t connect to anything.
It sounds a bit confusing but the reference image will show you what we mean! There will also be a gap in the bottom right corner of the iceberg. We’ll be putting another block there soon, so keep it up!
Step 2 – Draw a second ice cube
We will add another block in this step of your tape drawing. Considering you’ve drawn an ice block, this one will be easier since it looks pretty similar to the first one.However, it will of course be smaller and at a different angle. There will still be a gap on the bottom right hand side, but we’ll be filling that up soon.
Step 3 – Next, draw the final rock block
You’re doing a great job drawing these rocks in this rock drawing tutorial! We keep talking about how we’re going to fill the gap on the right side, so it’s about time we do it!
You will draw one more rock block, and it will look very similar to the first two blocks you made.
You can also draw some wavy lines down from the cubes at the start of their reflection in the puddle the cubes will be in.
Step 4 – Now draw the puddle in which these stones are sitting
Earlier in the tutorial, we covered how ice usually melts, so we’ll cover that in this part of your ice drawing.
All you need to do is use another curve around the stones to show how slowly they are melting.
You can then draw some separate circles but close to the puddle to add some irregularities to the overflow.
Then, once you’ve drawn this puddle, we only have a few final details to add in the next section and then you can color your ice drawing!
Step 5 – Now you can add some final details to your tape drawing
Before you color your amazing drawing, (no pun intended), we have some final details to add to this step of the ice drawing tutorial.
These details will mostly be contained in the pool you started with in the previous step.
By drawing some lines in the puddle at the bottom of the cube, you can make it look as if they are reflected in the puddle. That should do it for our insights and you’re ready to go!
Before you do, you can also add some details of your own. Perhaps you could draw a background by indicating what kind of drink you would like to have ice cubes in.
Or you can draw some shapes in the background for a more stylish look. What can you think to complete this drawing before the final step?
Step 6 – Finish your ice drawing with some colors
That brings you to the final step of your tape drawing! You’ve done a great job with this drawing and now you’ll be happy to bring some color into it.
We used some nice shades of blue for our example image, but you shouldn’t feel limited by that! Water can be colored and then turned into stone, so you can use any color you love for this painting.
You can really create some amazing effects if you do that, as you can show how the colors reflect into the puddle. Don’t forget that you can also color in any background details or additional elements you may have added!
Once you know which color you like, you can also choose what art medium you will use to bring this image to life! Watercolors and crayons would be great for softer images, while crayons and acrylics would be great for a brighter look.
These are just a few options, so what colors and art medium will you use for this image?