In this lesson, you will learn how to draw a cube. I am sure that the lesson will be useful for any novice artist.
This step-by-step guide shows you in detail how to draw a cube step by step. Undoubtedly, the lesson will be useful for you, as it will train your spatial imagination.
A cube is made up of six squares called faces. In the figure, you see two side faces and one top face. This lesson will require your ability to draw even straight lines. In the process, you can use improvised tools, but I recommend that you draw all the lines yourself.
If you learn how to draw even straight lines, you can easily draw any more complex object. There is one more recommendation—during the lesson, try to keep proportions and draw symmetrical lines so that the figure turns out to be even.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 15 minutes.
How to Draw a Cube Step by Step
- Draw one edge.
Depict a straight vertical line to draw the edge closest to us.
- Add the two bottom edges.
At the bottom, draw two symmetrical lines that are directed in different directions.
- Depict the top two edges.
At the top of the cube, draw the same lines as in the previous step.
- Sketch out the side outline of the cube.
On each side, draw a straight vertical line that connects the top and bottom of the cube.
- Add the top side of the cube.
Draw two lines that are at an angle to end up with the closed path.
- Color the cube.
Use several shades of gray to color the different faces of the cube.
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