|Uploaded:||January 26, 2010|
|Updated:||January 26, 2010|
“Yum, yum, gimme some”. Drawing food is a great way to utilize your time when your in study hall, or just bumming around the house with nothing to do. If your an artist then you know exactly what I'm talking about. Whenever I'm not in the mood to draw serious sketches, I will start drawing random stuff until something inspires me to do otherwise. One of the more exciting things to draw to get the juices flowing, is drawing different types of food. Today I will be submitting two different lessons pertaining to edible goodness. The first of the two will show you “how to draw a hamburger, step by step”. One of the great things about drawing hamburgers is that you can make your meat anything you want. If you love your beef, you can draw the typical colored meat burger. For those of you that don't eat red meat, color in your patty a lighter shade to convey that it is either turkey, chicken, or pork. For all you vegetarians out there, add a hint of green to show that you stick to veggie burgers or tofu patties. Everything else is great because you can top your sandwich with the typical lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, mustard mayo, ketchup, and of course cheese. Or you can have all your condiments on the side, and leave out the rest. Whatever you want to draw you go ahead and do it. The fun is in the creativity aspect of the sketch, and making your hamburger look good enough to eat. I had fun with this lesson, (as you can tell), and for all of you that are wondering, my meat of choice is turkey. Have a great time learning “how to draw a hamburger, step by step”. I will be back in a bit with something sweet to help wash down this high carb meal. Peace people!