Hey there, young artists! Today, we’re going to draw a handy kitchen appliance – a blender! Whether you’ve seen one in your kitchen or watched it whirl in action, we’re going to capture its sleek design on paper.
Follow my simple steps, grab your drawing tools, and let’s create our own cool blender artwork together! 🍹
How to Draw a Blender
Begin by drawing a half-circle shape at the top center of your page. This will form the lid of the blender.
Add a small rectangle on top of the half-circle, which represents the knob or handle of the blender’s lid.
Continue by drawing a small rectangle as shown in the picture.
Draw the main body of the blender by extending two vertical lines downwards from the ends of the half-circle. These lines should slightly curve outwards to give the body of the blender a slight bulge.
Now, draw another line inside the blender as shown in the picture.
Now, draw the handle by drawing two verticle lines.
Draw the base of the blender. Start with a horizontal line beneath the jar, and then add a half-oval shape beneath it to give the base a three-dimensional appearance.
To create the look of a glass jar, draw a wavy line inside the top of the jar to represent the liquid or contents inside the blender.
Add details to the base. Draw two circles for the buttons or control panel. Inside the jar, add small circles or ovals to represent bubbles in the liquid, giving it a more realistic texture.
Finally, shade the blender with green, yellow, and grey colors.
Blending through “How to Draw a Blender” has been a whirlwind of creativity! Did they capture the sleek design and functionality of this kitchen appliance, or have you blending with artistic joy?
Share your feedback. Your insights help our drawing guide stay as smooth and efficient as a well-blended smoothie, with steps that make the creative process a blend-tastic success! 🌀
I’m a former teacher with a background in child development and a passion for creating engaging and educational activities for children. I strongly understand child development and know how to create activities to help children learn and grow. Spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, and volunteering in my community.