When it comes to food, it is often the case that a particular dish can be either really tasty or easy to make, and certainly not both.
There are certain kinds of food that do manage to achieve both, however, and spaghetti would be an excellent example of this.
Ironically, while spaghetti may be an easy dish to whip up, learning how to draw spaghetti can be a rather challenging and frustrating experience.
As with any drawing challenge, when you have the right steps to follow, you can make things much easier for yourself.
If you would like to learn how to draw this classic dish but maybe don’t know where to start, then this step-by-step guide on how to draw spaghetti will show you everything you need to know!
What's in this Blog Post
- How to Draw Spaghetti – Let’s Get Started!
- Step 1
- Step 2 – Now, start drawing the first section of the spaghetti
- Step 3 – Draw the next section of the spaghetti
- Step 4 – Next, draw another section of the spaghetti
- Step 5 – Add the final details to your spaghetti drawing
- Step 6 – Finish off your spaghetti drawing with color
- Your Pomeranian Drawing is Complete!
How to Draw Spaghetti – Let’s Get Started!
Before we start drawing the food itself, we shall instead start with the plate that it is sitting on in this first step of our guide on how to draw spaghetti.
First, draw a large, curved horizontal line for the base of the plate.
As shown in our reference image, we will be leaving a large space at the top of the plate, as this is where the pile of spaghetti will be later on in the guide.
Then, draw two more curved lines on either side of the interior of the plate.
Try to place them in the same position they appear in the reference image, and then we will be ready to proceed to step 2 of the guide!
Step 2 – Now, start drawing the first section of the spaghetti
With the plate drawn, we can now start adding the food itself to your spaghetti drawing. Spaghetti is made up of lots of individual intertwining noodles, so that can make it quite complicated to draw!
For that reason, we will be taking it in sections when drawing it. When drawing a subject such as this, the best thing that you can do is to take it nice and slow, there’s certainly no need to rush it!
Using the reference image to guide you, you can add lots of curved, twisty lines to create the noodles of the spaghetti twisting and turning on the plate.
It looks complex, but if you take it one at a time then it can be made much easier.
When drawing the spaghetti, we will also be adding some smaller shapes into the mix to make it look like there is sauce and other toppings added to it.
Step 3 – Draw the next section of the spaghetti
Now that you have drawn one section of the spaghetti, the next sections should be a bit easier to do as we move to this step of our guide on how to draw spaghetti!
This next section will be on the lower right-hand side of the pile of spaghetti.
To draw this section, you should simply continue what you started in the previous step and keep drawing the individual noodles.
You can also keep adding little sections of sauce and other toppings as you draw this section.
When it is done, we can continue to step 4 of the guide!
Step 4 – Next, draw another section of the spaghetti
You’re really getting the hang of drawing this twisty, delicious food! For the next step of this spaghetti drawing, we will be adding another section near the top of the pile of spaghetti.
You know the drill by now! You can draw some more twisty spaghetti noodles with the usual toppings and other aspects included.
By the end of this step, there will be one space left near the top of the pile, and we will fill that in along with any additional details in the next step of the guide.
Step 5 – Add the final details to your spaghetti drawing
This fifth step of our guide on how to draw spaghetti will see you finish ing off with the final portion of the picture. To do this, simply draw one more section of twisty noodles to cap off this tasty pile.
Once you have added the final section, you will be ready to move on to the final step of the guide! If you like, you could also add some ideas and details of your own.
One idea would be to draw a background to show what other food and beverages you would like to enjoy with this spaghetti.
You could also add even more toppings or other details to the mix, so what creative ideas can you come up with to finish it off?
Step 6 – Finish off your spaghetti drawing with color
For the final step of this spaghetti drawing, we will be finishing off with some colors.
Spaghetti will usually have lots of delicious sauce and other toppings, and that leaves a lot of opportunity for some interesting and varied colors.
In our example image, we incorporated some greens, reds, oranges and other colors for the sauce on the spaghetti. Then, we used some light oranges and beige colors for the spaghetti itself.
Coloring this image can get rather fiddly, so you may want to use some art mediums that give you a lot of precision.
Some examples of this would be some colored pencils, markers or thin-tipped paintbrushes. What colors and mediums are you thinking of using for this image?
Your Pomeranian Drawing is Complete!
At the beginning of this guide on how to draw spaghetti, we mentioned that it can be quite difficult and frustrating to depict this classic dish.
That’s why we wanted to break it down into smaller, more manageable steps for you in the guide, and hopefully it was made much easier than you expected.
With the frustration of this drawing lessened, you can focus on the joy of creativity! When the drawing is complete, you should feel free to add any additional details or ideas to the image.
We mentioned a few ideas to try in the guide, but can you think of some more to finish off your own spaghetti drawing?
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