Drawing everyday things is a humble way to see what we use every day is taken for granted. Tables are very easy to draw, in fact, you may not think you will need this tutorial. But drawing a 3d object into a 2d flat doodle you need to still make it look like it can stand properly and that’s the trick. Don’t worry, it’s still easy so let’s get started on learning to draw a wooden table in our everyday object series.
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✏️ TOOLS FOR SUCCESS
- How-To-Draw Template – International (A4) or U.S. Size (8.5×11 in)
- Sketching Pencil
- Polymer Eraser
- Outline Marker
- Coloring Tools
🎨 Parents: The only tools you need for these how-to-draw tutorials are: eraser, pencil, and a piece of paper. But – if you have them around – a sketching pencil makes for fainter and softer lines that help kids build fine motor accuracy. I also recommend going over the sketch pencil with a black outline marker when you’re done for a neater finish. Lastly, erase the pencil marks before adding color.
Learn To Draw a Square Dinner Table: Step By Step Guide
- Draw a big diamond base with a perpendicular line under it, making it look like a shadow. Make sure that the diamond is drawn in a horizontal view.
- Connect the three corners of the perpendicular line and diamond base with three short vertical lines. With these short lines, the diamond looks like a 3D shape.
- Beneath the base’s three corners, draw two vertical lines parallel to each other on the base’s front and left corner, enclosing them with a short horizontal line at the bottom. These lines serve as the table’s feet, and their length depends on how long you want them to be.
- The table’s feet appear tiny for a big table, so let’s add another vertical line parallel to the line on the right, enclosing them again with short horizontal lines. Now, the table’s feet fit perfectly with the table.
- Repeat steps three and four to complete the table’s feet. Originally, a table really has four feet, but let’s imagine that the other foot is hidden. Also, note that the feet should appear with the same length but in a diagonal position against each other.
- Let’s imagine a wooden table that lasts for years, so we’ll hit it with brown!
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