Learn how to draw a great looking Shop with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Shop.
Do you like to shop for food at a supermarket or grocery store? You can learn how to draw a shop with the help of this simple step-by-step building drawing tutorial.
From big cities to small towns, shops are needed to sell food and other merchandise. Long ago, grocery shopping might involve going to stalls in a marketplace or to several different shops, such as a general store, a butcher shop, and a bakery.
The items were not individually packaged, so an attendant had to help you shop and weigh out each item.
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Then, in 1916, the supermarket was born. There, customers could help themselves to prepackaged foods and other essential items. Piggly Wiggly was the first store of this type, and locations can still be visited in the United States today.
Give the citizens of your cartoon city the resources they need with the help of this supermarket outline.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Shop
How to Draw a Great Looking Shop for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the shop outline by drawing the doors. First, draw a rectangle inside a rectangle. Then, draw a straight, vertical line down the middle of the interior rectangle to divide the doors. Draw narrow horizontal rectangles on either side to lay the building's foundation. Extend lines upward from the sides to fashion the walls of the building.
Easy Shop Drawing - Step 2
2. Continue the cartoon grocery store by drawing the roof. Draw two narrow rectangles to enclose the top of the building. Draw a rectangle with rounded corners above the roof, and connect them with pairs of short lines. This will be the store's sign.
Easy Shop Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw two windows on the front of the building. First, draw the trapezoid-shaped awnings, erasing as necessary. Below each awning, draw a rectangle inside a rectangle.
Easy Shop Drawing - Step 4
4. Stripe the awnings with short lines. Then, draw a produce box outside the building. Its top should be a parallelogram with perpendicular lines across it. The top is a rectangle, and the side is an irregular trapezoid. Draw overlapping curved lines across one of the sections to indicate the fruit inside.
Easy Shop Drawing - Step 5
5. Use curved lines to draw more produce, including lettuce and bananas.
Easy Shop Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a shopping cart in front of the store. Use straight lines to enclose the parallelogram top of the basket and its sides. Use curved lines for the base of the cart and its handlebars.
Easy Shop Drawing - Step 7
7. Texture the cart with diagonal and horizontal straight lines, and draw four circular wheels below it. Write the word "SHOP" on the sign in bold letters. Draw a small circle on each side of the word.
Add More Details to Your Shop Picture - Step 8
8. Draw an open sign in the window. First, draw a rectangle. Write the word "OPEN" inside it. Draw a small circle above it, and connect it to the circle using straight lines. Also use straight lines to draw a picket fence beside the store.
Complete the Outline of Your Shop Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your shop outline by finishing the background. Draw the fence on the opposite side of the building. Draw clouds in the sky and the leafy crowns of trees in the distance.
Color Your Shop Drawing
Color your cartoon shop.
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