I have prepared a lesson in which you will learn how to draw a burrito. This lesson will be very simple as it consists of only seven steps.
So, I am glad to bring to your attention this drawing lesson, in which I will tell and show you how to draw a burrito step by step. I created this lesson specifically for beginner artists and children, so you can safely proceed to its implementation and are not afraid that you will encounter complex elements. This is another fascinating drawing lesson dedicated to the image of various dishes and food.
The burrito is a traditional Mexican dish stuffed with meat or vegetables wrapped in a soft wheat or corn tortilla. Meat, corn, beans, vegetables, herbs, and cheese can be used as fillings. The main feature of a burrito is that it can be prepared from a variety of ingredients, making various variations of the dish.
When drawing a burrito with this tutorial, you will first draw the baked product and then draw its filling. Having learned how to draw a burrito with the help of this drawing lesson, you will be able to supplement any still life or other drawing you have drawn with this in the future.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Burrito
- Draw the outline of the wheat cake.
To complete this step, draw a figure as shown in the figure, using a curved line for this.
- Continue drawing the cake.
Inside the previously drawn shape, draw one curved line, placing it diagonally across the shape.
- Finish drawing the cake.
Now you need to draw one arc inside the outline of the shape drawn in the first step.
- Sketch out the tomatoes.
At the top of the drawn elements, draw two tomatoes, using arcs and curved lines for this.
- Continue drawing the filling of the burrito.
Near the previously drawn tomatoes, draw one wavy line, as shown in the figure.
- Add the lettuce leaves.
Next to the previously drawn wavy line, add a few more wavy lines of different lengths.
- Color the drawing.
To color the burrito, you can use beige, brown, red, and green.
Download the PDF file, which contains a short version of this lesson, as well as additional useful materials for you.