Draw a Burger
Learn how to draw a burger with this easy to follow drawing tutorial for beginners. Most of us eat beef burgers at some point. Here I explain how to draw a classic American burger, the lettuce and the tomato that makes up the classic beef burger. I start the drawing by sketching the bun, lettuce, tomatoes and the burger very lightly, so errors can be corrected.
Once that has been done I explain how to sketch the lettuce and to shade it. I explain how to shade the burger and how to create highlights which make the burger look more real. Finally, I show how to use graphite to create subtle shading around the bun and how to add the seeds.
As an art tutor I know this how to draw tutorial is aimed at beginners and those wanting to to extend their drawing skills.
Want to learn how to draw a Book? Check out my video, How to Draw a Book and you’ll be sketching a book brilliantly.
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