Learn how to draw a great looking Chocolate Bar with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Chocolate Bar drawing.
Which type of candy bar is your favorite? Many people would answer, "Chocolate!" Whether your favorite is Hershey's, Lindt, Dove, Godiva, or something else, you can learn how to draw a chocolate bar.
Chocolate bars have also taken center stage in cartoons and movies. For example, in the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, children (and their parents) all over the world pulled the wrappers from chocolate candy bars in hopes of finding a Golden Ticket.
This would admit them to a tour of the famous factory and a lifetime supply of chocolate.
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In one episode of Spongebob Squarepants, Patrick Star proclaims, "I think I'll eat it now," before devouring his chocolate bar. He immediately forgets that he's already eaten it, and soon accuses Spongebob of taking his candy!
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Chocolate Bar
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 1
1. Begin outlining the edges of the candy. Use straight lines for most of the edges, noticing the slanted line at the corner. Connect two of the lines with a curved line, indicating that a piece of the chocolate has been broken away.
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 2
2. Begin to outline the individual pieces of chocolate. Use straight lines to outline square or rectangle shapes. Extend diagonal lines past the corners, tracing the sides of the pieces.
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw two more pieces of chocolate directly above the previous pieces. Again, use straight lines to sketch the square tops. Then, extend diagonal lines from the corners to complete the sides and give the chocolate a three-dimensional appearance.
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 4
4. Use straight and curved lines to outline the top of a final chocolate piece. Use straight and curved lines to give a three-dimensional texture to the broken edges.
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 5
5. Complete the top and sides of the last piece of chocolate using straight lines. Then, draw a long wavy line across the top of the chocolate bar, from one side to the other. This forms the edge of the wrapper. Use straight lines to enclose another piece of chocolate partially visible beneath the wrapper.
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 6
6. Use straight lines to outline the tops and diagonal corners of two more pieces of chocolate partially visible within the wrapper. Then, extend curved lines from the second row of chocolate and just above the center of the wrapper. Allow them to meet at a point.
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw more curved lines connected to the previous. Allow them to meet at jagged points, forming the torn edges of the candy wrapper. Allow the last small line to connect to the side of the chocolate. Then, use straight lines to begin sketching the rectangular shape of the still-wrapped end of the chocolate bar.
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 8
8. Use straight lines to finish outlining the top of the candy bar. Draw curved lines and ovals to decorate the wrapper.
Chocolate Bar Drawing - Step 9
9. Using straight lines draw a separate piece of chocolate next to the chocolate bar.
Complete Chocolate Bar Drawing
Color your cartoon chocolate bar and its wrapper. Most chocolate is brown in color - the darker the chocolate, the richer the taste. White chocolate and special flavors of chocolate are also available. For example, in Japan, matcha green tea flavored chocolate bars are light green in color, and sakura cherry blossom flavored chocolates are pink.
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