Are you a lover of tea or coffee? In my case, I’m an avid tea lover. If I don’t get a good cup of tea at least twice a day, then that’s a really bad day for me.
And since I love tea so much, I was incredibly excited to show you how to draw a teabag step by step.
However, this isn’t just some boring teabag drawing, I’ve put together a drawing of a teabag with the string and label attached just so that it looks more cute.
I have a good feeling that you’re going to enjoy following along to this simple and easy drawing tutorial.
There really isn’t much to this drawing except for a few lines and a square shape so literally anyone will be capable of recreating this drawing.
Let’s get to it.
Here is the reference of the teabag we will drawing in this guide.
You can use this picture to help you figure out the next steps or if you want to compare your drawing to the reference to get a more accurate drawing.
Steps For Drawing A Teabag
Draw two lines in an angle and then join those two by drawing two more lines to close it off. Make sure the top line is shorter than the one across from it.
The draw a square shape joining the longer line of the first shape. At this point, the teabag should look something like this.
Head over to the first shape and draw a short horizontal line in the middle at the top. Then draw the knot of the string with a messy line.
Continue drawing a curly line joining it to the knot of the teabag as I have done in my drawing.
Extend the string line until you are satisfied with the length. Then draw a smaller square in an angle and connect the string to this label.
Now add a few more details for the label if you want by drawing a heart in the middle of that shape and writing the word ‘TEA’ below that.
To complete your drawing, draw a few scribble lines in the corner of the teabag to indicate the leaves.
This step will make your drawing look close to the reference but it definitely is needed to make this drawing look way more interesting.
Once you have done this, you can color in the label if you want to add a pop of color to your drawing but this teabag drawing is now fully complete.
I definitely had so much creating this guide on how to draw a teabag from start to finish and I look forward to creating more drawings like this.
If you’re interested in knowing how to draw a teacup to go along with this drawing, do let me know in the comments below and I’ll get right to it.
The good news about this drawing is that I feel like it looks similar to the reference but not so much so that it’s an identical copy.
In fact, I think the drawing looks way more interesting, do you agree?
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