How to Draw Sushi Step by Step Easy

How to Draw Sushi Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How to Draw Sushi Step by Step Easy

The team loves the delicious food. And while some of us love steaks and burgers, others of us like sashimi and sushi. And if you regularly visit the pages of our website, you probably already know that we have tutorials on how to draw steaks and burgers, and it’s time to show how to draw sushi. As you can see from the preview, this will be a very simple art tutorial. It will include literally four basic steps, each with the simplest description.

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

We’ll start to draw sushi with the simplest lines. First of all, let’s describe a character similar to an American soccer ball. Then, using a curve, separate the top of the fish from the bottom of the rice.

Step 2

Now let’s create the sushi texture. Let’s start at the top, carefully sketching out the texture lines of the fish. Consider the bend of itself when outlining these lines. Next, with the help of a large number of randomly arranged curves, the rice’s texture is marked.

Step 3

Now let’s make our sushi drawing more pure and beautiful. To do this, use an eraser to remove all the unnecessary guidelines from your beautiful photo. Darken the sushi lines to make your painting cleaner and tidy.

Step 4

So it’s still time to turn your sushi sketches into a real work of art. To do this, use the bold feature to draw shadows, as shown in our image below this description. Shadows will help your drawing of Japanese food look volumetric and sturdy.

So above, you can see those four basic steps, with your help to learn how to draw sushi. Our team of artists, editors and even the chefs of our website sincerely hope that you can cope with this work and now you know how to portray sushi. If you deal with things without problems, then try sketching out a slightly different version of sushi, adding a piece of nori or shrimp instead of fish.

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