How to Draw Lemonade easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Fruits 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 vertical lines. The lines should be parallel to each other, forming the edges of the glass.
Connect the lines at the bottom with a curve and at the top with a flattened oval. This completes the contour of the glass.
Draw a pair of equally spaced lines, parallel to each other, passing through the oval and into the glass. At the top of the lines, above the oval, draw two more lines that connect to the first line. They must also be parallel to each other and connected to the first set of lines at a diagonal angle. Connect the lines at the end using a small oval. This forms a bendable straw. Then draw curved lines along the top of the glass, just below the oval, to add detail.
Draw a rectangle with rounded corners inside the glass. Draw a curved line from corner to corner along its top face. This forms the liquid that is kept inside the glass.
Draw two squares with rounded corners inside the liquid. Use curves to add texture to the two sides of each square. These are ice cubes for lemonade.
Draw two more squares with rounded corners and detail the edges of each with curved lines. They form additional stones.
Just below the top of the liquid, draw a short horizontal line. From this line, extend a pair of parallel lines, passing behind the ice cubes if necessary and keeping the same diagonal as the top of the straw. Connect the lines at the bottom, completing the straw. Then draw the fluid detail by drawing horizontal curves on the glass.
Next, draw a lemon perched on the rim of the glass. Extend straight lines outward from the sides of the glass and connect them with a curved line, forming a half circle.
Lemon detail. Draw triangles with rounded points inside the slice to indicate sections, called pyramids. Use two lines to outline the part of the lemon visible through the glass.
Color your lemonade. Plain lemonade is pale yellow, but flavored lemonade is usually pink.