How to Draw a Chair

Two Methods:A Basic Chair (Angled)A Basic Chair

Drawing a chair can be a difficult thing to draw if you don't know where to begin. In this article, you will learn how to draw a nice looking Wooden chair.

Method 1
A Basic Chair (Angled)

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    Draw four vertical lines.
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    Draw a lateral line connecting all four vertical lines in the middle. This would look like a parallelogram.
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    Draw a square on top of the parallelogram. Darken the vertical lines below the parallelogram this will serve as the chair’s legs.
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    Add volume to the outline you made.
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    Draw swirls using curved lines on the chair to make it look like wood.
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    Color your drawing.

Method 2
A Basic Chair

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    Start drawing the back portion of the chair. At first, it will just look like a bunch of horizontal lines.
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    Draw the frame of the chair back so it connects to the previous lines you drew representing the back rest.
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    Finish drawing the rest of the backrest. Now it's time to move on to the seat portion.
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    Start drawing the seat.
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    Next, draw the chair's legs at the bottom of the chair's seat. The chair is beginning to come together now.
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    Next, draw in any details you may want to add to your chair such as wood textures.
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    Lastly, color your chair with the medium of choice if you wish.

Tips

  • Don't be afraid to try something new. Get creative with your chair and don't be afraid to make something different.

Article Info

Categories: Drawing | Drawing Household Objects