Learn how to draw a great looking Laboratory with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Laboratory.
"In Dexter's laboratory...
There is gloom and doom
When things go boom in Dexter's lab!"
- Theme song, Dexter's Laboratory
A laboratory is "a facility that provides controlled conditions in which scientific or technological research, experiments, and measurement may be performed." You, too, can learn how to draw a laboratory.
Real-life scientists use their laboratories to make discoveries, like new medicines. But scientific labs are often featured in fiction as well.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Laboratory
How to Draw a Great Looking Laboratory for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing the lab table. Enclose a narrow horizontal rectangle near the bottom of your picture. This is the tabletop. Then, extend two sets of straight lines below it to form the legs.
Easy Laboratory Drawing - Step 2
2. Begin by drawing the microscope, an essential piece of laboratory equipment. Enclose the base of the microscope with a curved line.
Above it, enclose a narrow rectangle and band it with a short line. Draw two curved lines upward from the base, one passing behind the rectangle. Draw a small oval at the top of one line.
Easy Laboratory Drawing - Step 3
3. Complete the microscope. Draw an oval with three small cylinders extending from it.
Use overlapping curved lines to enclose the next segment, followed by a pair of curved lines, a rectangle, and another pair of connected curved lines.
Easy Laboratory Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a set of test tubes in a stand. First, enclose a rectangle within a rectangle. Connect them at the corners with short lines.
Enclose the bottoms of the test tubes using "U" shaped lines, connected at the top with a straight line.
Above the stand, enclose three small rectangles with rounded corners. Draw a small oval at the top of each, and band them with curved lines.
Easy Laboratory Drawing - Step 5
5. Next, draw a volumetric flask suspended over a Bunsen burner. For the flask, draw a partial circle with a rectangular shape at its top.
Notice how the top of the rectangle is curved and wider than the rest of the shape. Draw a short curved line at its lip. Enclose a rounded square above it to form the cork.
Then, draw the Bunsen burner. Use a curved line to enclose a small half circle on the table. Draw a small rectangle above it, followed by another half-circle.
Then, use curved lines that meet at jagged points to draw the flame.
Easy Laboratory Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the stand holding the flask. Draw a curved line across the bottom of the flask, and four straight lines from the flask to the table. Then, draw the fluid in the flask. Start with a series of curved lines.
Then draw small circles above them.
Easy Laboratory Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw another flask. Outline the wide base and narrow neck using curved lines. Connect them at the top with a pair of curved lines, and draw a rounded rectangle for the stopper.
Then, outline the fluid by drawing a curved line across the flask.
Add More Details to Your Laboratory Picture - Step 8
8. Draw another flask on a tall stand. Outline the flask using a circle, with two rounded rectangles for the neck and stopper.
Then, draw the stand. Draw a curved line across the flask and along the tabletop. Connect them using three straight lines.
Complete the Outline of Your Laboratory Drawing - Step 9
9. Connect the flasks with a coil of tubing. Draw the coil using two parallel, spiral-shaped curved lines. Then, draw a wavy line across the remaining flask to indicate the liquid inside.
Color Your Laboratory Drawing
Color your cartoon laboratory. The chemicals in the vials can come in many different colors.
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