I love easy and simple drawings that help me get out of a slump when I’m feeling too lazy to draw something that might take too long.
Which is why I love this particular drawing of a battery. If you are in need of a drawing that will only take you a few minutes, then this is perfect for you.
I will show you how to draw a battery step by step for beginners.
Once you are done with this tutorial, you will feel more confident in your skills.
It’s also great to learn how to draw simple shapes and you can definitely benefit from doing a drawing like this.
If this sounds good, then let’s get started.
You don’t need any supplies except for a pencil or a pen if you want to ink your drawing but if you want to add more detail to your drawing, then you can use color pencils or markers to shade it in.
Steps For Drawing A Battery
This battery drawing is really simple and all you need to do is to start by drawing two pararell lines. In the middle, go ahead and draw two horizontal lines.
The next thing you need to do is two draw the top and the bottom of the battery. You can do this by drawing a curved line facing inwards at the bottom and at the top.
Head over to the top of the battery and draw another curved line around this shape so that it looks like a sphere. Then draw another smaller curved shape in the middle of this.
At the top of that shape, draw another smaller box shape so that it looks something like this.
The overall shape of the battery is done and now you need to add the final details. Draw a rectangle for the minus sign at the top of the battery and a cross/plus sign at the bottom.
And that’s all there is to drawing a battery. You can go ahead to color this drawing in if you want.
The option is totally up to you and how you think this drawing will be if you do add color.
Did you find this guide on how to draw a battery easy to follow along to? Drawing a battery isn’t so complicated as drawing a rose or a car.
It’s just made up of a few simple shapes and lines but once you get the overall structure of a battery drawn, everything else tends to fall into place.
Which is why this drawing is perfect for anyone who is new to drawing and would like something easy and quick to draw.
It also helps to sharpen your skills so that you’ll have experience for more complciated drawings in the future.
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