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how to draw a martini

How to Draw a Martini

Step 1.

Start by making the lip lid of the martini glass. These types of glasses are usually triangular in shape when complete.

Step 2.

Next, draw the sides of the glass like so until a triangle is formed. Leave an empty spot at the base.

Step 3.

Next, draw the stem of the glass which is also the part that the hand grabs when someone holds a martini glass. Notice how the stem flares out at the bottom.

Step 4.

To finish the glass all you have to do is draw the circular base.

Step 5.

Add three olives which is three circles tightly together.

Step 6.

Then draw the line inside the glass for the actual tonic or mixture. Yow will end this step by drawing the tooth pick threw the olives, and the olive holes.

Step 7.

The finished product should come out looking like the drawing you see here. Now just color everything in.

Step 8.

This is what the full colored image looks like. I couldn't show you the full image in the tutorial's thumbnail because it would have looked ridiculous.

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Uploaded: May 6, 2014
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 8
Updated: May 6, 2014
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Artist comments

For some fun and festive days ahead I thought it would be interesting to make a lesson on "how to draw a martini", step by step. What is a martini exactly? Well, the drink you see here is what you call a dirty martini. It's basically a drink that combines two spirits; Gin and Vermouth. Both are mixed together and then later garnished with either an olive or a twist of lemon. A dirty martini has a small amount of olive brine or olive juice mixed in with everything else. To me, dirty martinis are delicious and I can't wait till the next celebration day so I can have me one again. Anyways, have fun drawing a martini and remember that you can also add a colored frost to your glass design if you wish.