How to Draw Bread

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In this lesson, I will show you in detail how to draw bread. This is a simple tutorial and yet very useful for any beginner.

bread drawing guide

Let’s continue the topic of drawing food and in this lesson you will learn how to draw bread. This is the most popular bakery product. Bread requires flour, water, and yeast or sourdough.

There are many types of bread, in which, in addition to the main ingredients, various additives are used. Bread can have different shapes and different colors depending on what products are used in cooking.

In the picture, you see rectangular bread. Two pieces are cut off and lie freely side by side. To successfully complete the lesson, you will need your attention and accuracy. Take your time and try to draw all the lines correctly.


  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Eraser
  • Coloring supplies

Time needed: 25 minutes

How to Draw Bread

  1. Draw the side cut.

    This step will require your attention. Try to draw the figure of the same shape as in the to draw a beard easy

  2. Depict the top of the bread.

    Draw one smooth rounded line at the top and one straight line on the to draw cartoon bread

  3. Add the bottom of the bread.

    Depict a curved line to make the closed to draw a slice of bread easy

  4. Start drawing one piece of bread.

    Draw a line that looks like an elongated drop to depict the top of the to draw bread for kids

  5. Sketch out the bottom of the piece.

    At this stage, add a smooth line at the to draw bread for beginners

  6. Start drawing the second piece of bread.

    At the bottom, depict a smooth curved line, the same shape as in the to draw bread for kindergarten

  7. Add the bottom outline of the piece.

    Draw a smooth, curved line, just as you did for the first piece of bread.bread drawing tutorial

  8. Correct inaccuracies.

    Carefully remove all unnecessary lines and use thin lines to depict the small holes in the cut.bread drawing lesson

  9. Color the bread.

    You will need two shades of beige.bread drawing guide

Finally, I suggest you download the short version of the lesson as a PDF file. Thus, you can always return to the lesson, even if the Internet is not available to you.

2 Responses

  1. Annelise Stout

    Umm idk what this reply is even about bro. Hold up… **scrolls up**
    Ok. Sooooooo

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