Ever wanted to draw guitars or come up with your own guitar designs? Follow these simple tutorials to learn how to draw perfect acoustic guitars. The red lines mark the details that appear in each subsequent step.
Step 1. First, draw a horizontal egg-shaped guitar body
Step 2. Draw a long rectangle at the end of the egg - this is the future neck
Step 3. Draw a circle near the rectangle inside the guitar body
Step 4. At the end of the fretboard, draw another small rectangle
Step 5. Add volume to the drawing
It all depends on the shape of the guitar you want to draw. The instructions show a standard form.
Step 6. Add details - strings, frets on the fretboard, tuners and so on
Step 7. Draw the drawing with ink and erase the sketch
Step 8. Paint the guitar - and you're done
Method 1 of 1: Alternative Method
Step 1. Draw two ovals
The left oval should be larger than the right - like an inverted snowman.
Step 2. Add two rectangles and draw a line in the middle that will connect all the shapes
The top rectangle will become the neck and the bottom rectangle will become the bottom of the guitar.
Step 3. Use two lines to connect the ovals
Draw two more rectangles on the sides to make the shape of the guitar more realistic.
Step 4. Draw a small circle inside the smaller of the ovals
Round off the sides of the guitar and draw the main lines.
Step 5. Draw two wavy lines between the ovals to give the guitar the curves it needs
Now you should already clearly distinguish a musical instrument in the picture, but if you did not succeed, check if you missed something. Erase the extra lines as shown in the picture.
Step 6. Draw six lines on the fretboard - these are the strings
Add the rest of the details - frets, stand, etc.
Step 7. Point the guitar again and paint it
It is best to use brown tones, unless you want to make the guitar non-standard multi-colored. Experiment with different tones and shades to find the perfect one.
- Feel free to experiment with the shape of the body and head of your guitar.
- To make the drawing look neat, when coloring, erase small details (strings, frets, etc.) drawn with a simple pencil, and redraw them in color again.