How to Draw a Spray

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In this lesson you will learn how to draw a spray. I promise that this tutorial will be very easy for you and will help you improve your artistic skills.

So in this lesson, I would like to tell you how to draw a spray. The drawing object in this lesson is a household item that each of you probably knows about. This lesson consists of nine very simple steps that any child or beginner can do.

The spray is a liquid that is forced out of a special container under pressure so that it becomes a mass of small liquid drops like a cloud.

So to begin the following steps you first need to prepare your drawing materials.

Materials

  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Eraser
  • Coloring supplies

Time needed: 21 minutes.

How to Draw a Spray

  1. Draw the bottom of the spray.

    This step will be very easy for you because you should only draw one straight horizontal line.how to draw a spray easy

  2. Add the sides of the spray.

    To do this, draw two straight vertical lines of the same size.how to draw a spray easy for kids

  3. Depict the bottleneck of the spray.

    Continue the previously drawn lines with two oblique straight lines.how to draw a spray easy step by step

  4. Add the lid.

    Outline a rectangle at the top of the spray you have drawn.how to draw a spray for kids easy

  5. Add one more element.

    Above the rectangle, draw a figure similar to a rectangle without one side.a spray drawing guide

  6. Start painting the sprayer.

    Draw a figure consisting of straight lines of different sizes.a spray drawing tutorial

  7. Complete drawing the sprayer.

    Depict the detail as a rectangle without one side.easy way to draw a spray

  8. Draw the handle of the spray bottle.

    To draw this element you should use straight lines.how to draw a spray step by step easy

  9. Color the drawing.

    You should use shades of blue to color the spray you have drawn.how to draw a spray for kids step by step

At this point, this spray drawing lesson has come to an end. Share your impressions of this tutorial in the comments. I would be pleased to know if you were able to complete this lesson. If you enjoyed this lesson, please share it with your friends. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to us on social media and download the PDF file containing the short version of this lesson. 

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