I have prepared a new useful lesson for you in which you can learn how to draw a chair. This is another lesson on drawing everyday objects.
With this tutorial, you will learn how to draw a chair easy step by step. You can use the skills you’ve learned in this lesson if you want to draw the interior of any room. A chair is the most common piece of furniture we see. Chairs come in different types and sizes and are made of different materials.
I promise that this lesson will be simple enough for you because I created it for beginners and children. Use our lessons to improve your artistic skills.
So now is a good time to get your drawing materials ready and start doing this chair drawing lesson.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Chair
- Start drawing the chair seat.
To do this step you have to draw two horizontal straight parallel lines of different sizes.
- Draw a part of the chair back.
Above one of the previously drawn straight lines add two same straight lines slightly oblique.
- Add the top of the chair back.
Connect the two straight lines with one straight line and add another short line.
- Depict the rear of the chair back.
From the end of the previously drawn short line draw one straight line slightly oblique.
- Add the side contours of the seat.
You can depict these elements with two similar symmetrical curved lines.
- Start drawing the outline of the chair legs.
To complete this step, you should draw three straight parallel vertical lines of different sizes.
- Complete the drawing of the chair legs.
Near the straight lines you drew earlier, add three straight horizontal and three oblique lines.
- Erase unnecessary lines.
Use an eraser to remove auxiliary lines that appeared during the drawing process.
- Color the drawing.
To color the chair you drew, use different shades of brown.
This tutorial on drawing a chair is now complete. Now you know how to draw this furniture item step by step and you can repeat drawing the chair when doing other different drawings. I will be interested to read your feedback in the comments to this lesson. I also suggest you download the PDF file which contains a short version of this guide.