Learn how to draw a great looking Barbeque Grill with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Barbeque Grill drawing.
Would you like to learn how to draw a barbecue grill? This easy, step-by-step cartoon object drawing tutorial will help you become a grill master in no time as you complete the cartoon barbecue grill outline.
A barbecue is " an outdoor meal, usually a form of social entertainment, at which meats, fish, or fowl, along with vegetables, are roasted over a wood or charcoal fire."
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In many places, the barbecue or barbeque grill is the cooking implement of choice. In Australia and New Zealand, it's called a barbie.
The term "barbecue" comes from the Native American word barbacoa. This referred to a grate of green wood on which meat was placed for cooking.
The iconic round grill like the one in our picture was developed during the mid-twentieth century to prevent ash from being blown into the food as it cooked.
It was nicknamed "Sputnik" because it resembled the famous Russian satellite.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Barbeque Grill
How to Draw a Great Looking Barbeque Grill for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the bbq grill outline by drawing an oval. Draw another curved line across it to give the shape a three-dimensional appearance.
Then, draw two “U” shaped lines to one side, erasing as necessary. This will become the top and handles of the grill.
Easy Barbeque Grill Drawing - Step 2
2. Complete the shape of the grill by using a long curved line to enclose a half-circle beneath it. Use curved lines to draw the cylindrical handle on each side.
Easy Barbeque Grill Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the open lid of the grill. Start with an irregular round shape. Use a “C” shaped line to enclose an oval within it. Draw a small half-circle on top of the lid and another below the grill itself.
Easy Barbeque Grill Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw the barbeque grill’s legs. From the small half-circle, extend a pair of straight lines. Connect them at the bottom with a small oval. Then, extend two more straight lines from the base of the grill. Draw an oval at the end. This will become a wheel.
Easy Barbeque Grill Drawing - Step 5
5. Detail the wheel with a small oval and a “C” shaped line. Then, extend a pair of straight lines from the opposite side of the grill, forming the third leg. Connect the lines at a gentle point. Draw two ovals around the point, outlining the wheel.
Easy Barbeque Grill Drawing - Step 6
6. Detail the wheel with a “C” shaped line. Then, draw a steak on the grill, erasing as necessary. Use a long curved line to draw the irregular shape, and another to give it a three-dimensional appearance.
Easy Barbeque Grill Drawing - Step 7
7. Detail the steak by outlining a “V” shape and drawing a small oval with a “C” shaped line inside. Then, begin drawing the grates of the grill. Use pairs of straight lines, and connect them on the end.
Add More Details to Your Barbeque Grill Picture - Step 8
8. Continue drawing sets of parallel lines to form the grate. Inside the grill, draw a few curved lines to indicate the charcoal inside.
Complete the Outline of Your Barbeque Grill Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your bbq grill outline by using curved lines to sketch the steam or smoke rising from the cooking meat.
Color Your Barbeque Grill Drawing
Color your cartoon barbecue grill. We’ve shaded ours in classic gray and black, but grills can come in many colors. Don’t forget to use reds and oranges to make the coals look hot!
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