Learn how to draw sushi for kids step by step with this elementary drawing tutorial for beginners, schoolers, and kindergarteners.
In this step-by-step instruction, you will learn how to draw sushi for kids. Sushi is a traditional Japanese dish that consists of rice and a filling made from various ingredients: seafood, vegetables, and even fruits. The dish is quite popular and widespread all over the world. In many countries of the world, this type of food has become even more popular than many national dishes in this country.
Externally, sushi rolls are small rounded pieces, inside of which the filling of fish, rice, vegetables are clearly visible. An artist with any drawing skills, and even kindergarteners and schoolchildren, can draw this sushi. Enjoy drawing!
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw Sushi for Kids
- Draw a circle.
Begin by drawing a circle that is the shape of the side of the sushi roll.
- The shape of the second roll.
Now draw the oval shape of the second roll.
- Draw nori.
From the circle you sketched, draw two parallel lines, at the end of which draw a connecting curved line.
- Second roll.
Draw two wavy lines, parallel to each other, and connect them below with one curved line.
- Circle of filling.
Draw a small circle inside the lying piece for the shape of the filling. Also, draw a small oval inside the second roll of the piece.
- Details of the rolls.
Texture the rolls by adding details as in the example.
- Draw a chopstick.
Draw the first chopstick near the sushi rolls. The end of the stick should be pointed, and the opposite part will be slightly wider.
- Add a second chopstick.
Now draw a second chopstick in the same way.
- Color the sushi.
It remains to color the sushi rolls and the drawing process can be considered complete. Before coloring in, you can trace the contours of the drawing with an ink pen or marker.
Excellent! We hope that we helped you create a cool artwork of sushi that you can share with your friends. And you can also share this simple instruction with your friends on social networks, and we advise you to sketch this food with friends together! Thank you for being with us, and we will be glad to see you again.