Learn how to draw a coffee cup enough for beginners, start a sketch with this tutorial. A simple step-by-step paper cup guide.
In this step-by-step drawing tutorial, you will learn how to draw a coffee cup easily. Coffee has been one of the most popular drinks around the world for many years, but in the 21st century, coffee has gained even more popularity after the globalization and popularization of this tonic drink. Coffee was discovered at the end of the first millennium AD, but in Europe, it gained popularity after opening the first coffee house in Vienna. According to modern historians, this first coffee shop in Vienna was opened by Hovhannes Astvatsatur, an Armenian who was known in Europe as Johannes Diodato.
Due to the popularity of coffee, more and more options for preparing this drink appear, in addition to classic espresso, cappuccino, ristretto, coffee latte, many other options for this drink appear, such drinks as frappe, frappuccino, flat white, iced coffee and so on are especially popular. There are also differences in the methods of preparing the drink, classic espresso machines, french presses, cezve, moka pots, Chemex, and so on. Write in the comments what coffee you like the most, we will be very interested. Our art team prefers to drink a cappuccino or flat white.
Time needed: 45 minutes.
How to Draw a Coffee Cup
- Guiding lines.
First sketch out the guidelines following the example in step.
- Draw side lines.
Draw the sides of the coffee cup.
- Bottom part.
Draw a curved line for the bottom of the cup, thereby giving the glass a three-dimensional shape.
- Top line.
Draw the top line of the cup using the same principle.
- The bottom of the lid.
Now you need to start drawing the plastic lid of the paper coffee cup.
- The second part of the lid.
Draw the top of the coffee cup. This part should be slightly higher and narrower than the previous one.
- Opening part of the lid.
Draw this small part of the paper cup behind which a hole opens through which the drink is drunk.
- Draw a line at the bottom.
Divide the bottom of the cup with a single curved line.
- Detail this part.
Make the bottom of the paper cup more realistic by making it narrower than the middle of the paper cup.
- Erase the guidelines.
Now erase all the extra guidelines of the sketch and trace the pencil sketch outlines with a marker, paint, or ink.
- Color the cup.
The sketch is ready and now start painting the cup. You can choose any other color, such as Starbucks coffee, or any other favorite color for the coffee cup.