I’m a huge lover of tea and typically drink about 3 cups a day. Are you more of a coffee person? Whether you’re a tea lover or a coffee one, it doesn’t really matter. They’re both fantastic!
But I’m sure you’re not here to talk about tea. You’re probably here to learn how to draw a tea pot and I have the best tutorial that will show you how to draw a simple and easy tea pot in just a few steps.
And while you’re at it, be sure to try this awesome teabag drawing to match this one. It’s just as great!
For this drawing, you only need a pencil or pen of your choice to get started.
As for the drawing itself, we’ll start by sketching out the top of the tea pot, the bottom, the spout and then add the handle in last.
Okay, if this sounds easy, let’s get started.
Steps For Drawing A Tea Pot
Begin by drawing a circle for the top of the tea pot but leave one side with an opening where we will draw the lid. Then on either side, draw a line coming down.
Go to the center of that circle and draw a curved line. Then draw another circle shape joining it to that opening which you had left in the previous step.
Now let’s draw the bottom of the teapot. Leave a distance between those two curved lines you had drawn previously and draw the bottom of the teapot. Make the sides more rounded at the end.
You would have left an opening on the left side and this will be the area for the spout. Draw two lines with a good distance between each other but make the bottom line more curved.
Draw a smaller oval for the opening of the spout and then go to the other side of the tea pot and add in the handle. To do this, draw a C shape in between the opening that was already in your drawing.
Now draw another curved shape to match the first so that your handle looks like this. Then draw the line in the middle of that shape to indicate the full shape of the tea pot.
Once you complete this step, your tea pot drawing is now finished.
You can leave your drawing as it is but if you want to make it extra special, add some color or a cute pattern to your tea pot. I’ve chosen to keep things simple and just add a nice shade of green but you can go for anything you think will look great.
Drawing a tea pot is way easier that you might think and I think this drawing proved that. There are other tea pot designs that you can try to draw after this one.
But what I love the most about this particular tea pot drawing is that it’s a great place for beginners to start with.
There isn’t any complicated shapes or lines that you will have trouble doing on your own but with a bit of guidance and practice, soon you’ll be able to draw just about anything.
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They’re easy and fun but more than that, perfect for anyone at any drawing skill level.