Learn how to draw a great looking Pizza with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Pizza drawing.
Foods similar to pizza have been around for a very long time. A topped flat bread called focaccia was eaten by the ancient Romans. The ancient Greeks enjoyed a similar treat called plakous. Almost all ancient societies had some sort of flat bread to which they added tasty toppings, including wheat based cakes from China and the flat naan bread of South Asia.
What of the modern pizza? The word itself was first recorded in 997 A.D. In the 16th century in Naples, Italy, a flatbread called pizza was sold to poor laborers by street vendors. Most of these early pizzas, however, were sweets. Finally, in 1889, a "Pizza Margherita" was created to resemble the Italian flag, topped with tomatoes, basil and mozzarella - and thus the modern pizza was born. By the early 1990s, pizzas were entering both cookbooks and eateries.
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Today, pizza has become a popular culture phenomenon in North America and elsewhere. In the United States, cities such as Chicago and New York City take pride in their unique styles of pizza.
Cartoons, movies, and television shows often show characters eating this dish. For example, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are known for their love of pizza. Sometimes, the pizza is a character in itself - for example, Pizzaface from the 1990s sitcom All That, and Pa' Pizza, one of the popular Shopkins figurines.
Would you like to draw a delicious slice of pizza? Now you can, with the help of this fun and easy drawing tutorial. This step-by-step guide will teach you to draw using simple lines and shapes. All you will need is a piece of paper, a pencil, an eraser, and optionally, something with which to color your finished drawing.
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Step by Step Instructions for Drawing a Pizza
Pizza Drawing - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a triangle. The triangle's longest side should be the bottom. This triangle forms the outline of your pizza slice.
Pizza Drawing - Step 2
2. From one of the triangle's bottom corners, extend a curved line. Allow the line to straighten and follow the side of the triangle on a parallel path. Then, curve the line inwards to meet the opposite bottom corner. This adds depth and three dimensions to the pizza slice.
Pizza Drawing - Step 3
3. Along the top edge of the pizza slice, draw a wavy curved line from one corner to the other. This forms the pizza's crust.
Pizza Drawing - Step 4
4. Next, you will soften and detail the lines of the pizza. On the sides opposite the three dimensional curve, extend a wavy, curvy line from one corner to the other. Do this for both sides.
Pizza Drawing - Step 5
5. Erase the guide lines left by the original triangle. You now have a clean outline of a slice of pizza.
Pizza Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a wavy line across the remaining straight line of the original triangle. This line will texture the pizza's edge to resemble melty cheese.
Pizza Drawing - Step 7
7. Erase the guide line from the cheese. You now have a slice of cheese pizza.
Pizza Drawing - Step 8
8. Draw circles on the pizza to make it a pepperoni pizza.
Pizza Drawing - Step 9
9. Want a supreme pizza instead? Draw small rectangles and curved shapes, pointed on each end, to indicate toppings such as sliced onions, chopped bell pepper, and sausage. Then, draw mushrooms. To draw a mushroom, sketch a rounded shape but do not fully enclose it. This forms the mushroom's cap. To form the stem, draw another, smaller, curved shape, filling the gap to enclose the figure.
Complete Pizza Drawing
10. Color your pizza.
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