How to Draw a Box

Here you will learn how to draw a cardboard box using our tutorial with 6 easy-to-follow steps. Start drawing the box by watching the preview and collage below!

Box Easy Drawing
How to Draw a Box Step by Step

Welcome to the cardboard box drawing lesson! In our daily life, we often come across cardboard boxes used to package various goods. But how often do we pay attention to their design and creative uses? In this lesson, you can learn how to draw a box step by step!

A cardboard box is a product made of cardboard and used for packaging various goods. They can be used to store, transport and protect goods from damage and environmental influences.

Cardboard boxes are usually rectangular or square, with folding sides and a top lid that are secured with tape or a latch. Due to their simplicity and versatility, they are widely used in various fields, including industry, logistics, trade and household packaging.

Start drawing a cardboard box with us and our drawing lesson for beginners!

Time needed: 25 minutes

How to Draw a Box

  1. Draw the top.

    Begin by drawing the top shape of the box. Draw the top of the box as a lying rectangle.Box Drawing Tutorial

  2. Draw the edge of the box.

    Draw the side edge of your box using a perspective square shape.Carton Box Step by Step Drawing

  3. Form the box.

    Now form the general shape of your box using the example from the step.Carton Box Drawing Tutorial

  4. Add the box flap.

    Draw the side flap of your box using a rectangular shape.How to Draw a Box Easy

  5. Draw the big flap.

    Now draw the large and long rectangular flap of the box.Carton Box Drawing

  6. Color the box.

    Color your box drawing using shades of brown and beige. You can trace the outlines of the sketch with a marker or fountain pen.Box Drawing

We hope you have been able to improve your drawing skills by using this perspective guide. Cardboard boxes are things we see on a daily basis, and in this tutorial we showed you how to create an image of them using pencil and paper.

I hope that you have learned how to draw cardboard boxes on paper correctly and that this lesson has helped you improve your drawing skills. Don’t forget that practice is the key to improving any skill, so keep drawing, and you’ll see progress in your work. Thank you for your participation in the drawing lesson!

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