A super simple lesson on how to draw a laptop is ready. I have prepared an easy guide for you in just nine steps.
In this drawing lesson, I have prepared for you instructions on how to draw a laptop step by step. You will definitely enjoy this drawing lesson, and you will acquire useful skills that you can use in the future.
A laptop is a portable computer that you can easily carry in your hands and use anywhere. It is lightweight and quite compact. This device fits easily into your lap and you can use it comfortably. The laptop has a large, wide keyboard that makes it easy for you to type. A laptop can be called an almost complete replacement for a desktop computer.
To draw a laptop, you need to be able to draw straight lines. Try not to use a ruler while drawing. So let’s get down to drawing this device.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 15 minutes
How to Draw a Laptop
- Draw the outer outline of the laptop screen.
To do this, draw a large rectangle with slightly rounded corners.
- Add the inner outline of the laptop screen.
Inside the resulting rectangle, draw another slightly smaller rectangle.
- Draw the top panel of the laptop.
In shape, this detail resembles a trapezoid. Use straight lines to draw this.
- Draw the side portion for the top panel.
Depict short lines diagonally and long lines horizontally just below the laptop panel.
- Draw the outer outline of the keyboard.
At the top of the top panel, add a trapezoid using straight lines.
- Sketch out the touchpad.
At the bottom of the top panel, draw the touchpad in the form of a rectangle.
- Start drawing the keyboard.
The first step in drawing the keyboard is to draw horizontal dashed lines.
- Add details.
Draw vertical lines to draw the keys of the keyboard, draw a wavy strip on the screen.
- Color the drawing.
Use shades of gray to color the laptop and color the screen in blue.
This drawing lesson has come to an end. Hope you did a great job drawing the laptop. Don’t forget to follow us on social networks. Below you can download a PDF file that contains a short version of this tutorial. You can use this file even without the Internet.