|Uploaded:||April 27, 2012|
|Updated:||April 29, 2012|
I have another favorite Asian inspired food turned into a drawing lesson for you all on a bowl of soup that you may recognize. I can’t express how much fun I’m having making these tutorials on Japanese style foods. Up next, I will be showing you "how to draw miso soup", step by step. Miso soup is versatile to make because you can add so many different things to the stock. The base of miso soup is made of a miso paste. Inside of the stock for a traditional Japanese style soup is tofu, negi, wakame (which is a type of seaweed), and then there are vegetables like potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, onions, or whatever else you would like to add. Personally I like my miso soup with a bit of shrimp and or fish in it too. Even though there are looks of ingredients that you can add to miso soup, traditionally only less than a handful of stuff is added and that is basically miso, tofu, and a vegetable. I wanted to have some chopped green onion on my bowl so that is what you will be drawing on yours. Unless of course you want to change what your soup has inside. Well that’s about it. Have fun with drawing miso soup. I will be back soon with more drawing fun.