Learn how to draw a great looking Shower with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Shower drawing.
Showers are not uncommon in cartoons and comics, especially in comedy. Showers are a place where people sing or almost fall asleep, where they slip and fall on a bar of soap or get scalded when someone flushes the toilet.
Would you like to learn how to draw a cartoon shower? This easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial can help you master the shower outline.
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Showers are small rooms in which a person bathes with a spray of water. Today, most houses and apartments have a shower inside. Yet, this has not always been the case.
The first showers, in fact, were natural waterfalls in the great outdoors. Ancient peoples reproduced this closer to home by pouring jugs of water over themselves.
The ancient Greeks were the first to develop plumbing systems and communal showers. Mechanical showers were developed during the 1700s. Between those eras, few people had access to showers.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Shower
How to Draw a Great Looking Shower for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the shower outline by drawing the character's face. Use curved lines for the nose, the outline of the face, and the eyes.
Shade a small oval inside each eye to indicate the pupils. Then, use curved lines to outline the smiling mouth, teeth, and tongue.
Easy Shower Drawing - Step 2
2. Use a "C" shaped line for the ear and curved lines for the eyebrows and to contour inside the ear. Then, use a series of curved lines that meet at jagged points to sketch the man's hair, weighed down with dripping water. Finally, extend two lines beneath the head to form the neck.
Easy Shower Drawing - Step 3
3. Use several "U" shaped lines to enclose an irregular shape below the head. Then, use curved lines to outline the man's arms and hands. Don't forget the small "C" shaped line that contours the collar bones.
Easy Shower Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a bar of soap in the man's hand. Use a curved line to outline the soap, and another to give it three dimensions. Draw the front of the man's chest with a curved line.
Then, Use a series of "U" shaped lines to create the cloudlike appearance of the soapy bubbles.
Easy Shower Drawing - Step 5
5. Next, draw the character's feet. Use curved lines to outline the legs, the top and bottom of each foot, and the overlapping toes.
Easy Shower Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the handles that control the water. For each, draw a circle with a "C" shaped line inside. Extend three curved lines and double them back to enclose the partial oval shapes.
Draw a curved line between two of the sections to attach the handle to the wall.
Easy Shower Drawing - Step 7
7. Next, draw the plumbing and the showerhead. Draw straight lines between the handles and a curved line on one side. Above the man's head, draw an oval, and shade small ovals on its surface.
Draw a large "C" shaped line around one side of the oval, then enclose a half-circle shape against that. Finally, extend two curved lines from the showerhead.
Allow them to become a pair of straight, parallel lines that meet the pipes between the handles.
Add More Details to Your Shower Picture - Step 8
8. Give the room dimension. Draw three straight lines that meet at a single point. This outlines the floor, walls, and corner. Then, draw a shower shelf on the wall. Use curved lines to outline several bottles, then sketch a rectangle shape around the bottom.
Extend curved lines from the showerhead to the man to indicate the flowing water. Finally, draw several teardrop-shaped water droplets.
Complete the Outline of Your Shower Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete the shower outline by tiling the shower walls and floor. Draw straight lines in a checkerboard pattern. Detail the bottles on the shelf using a few short lines.
Color Your Shower Drawing
Color your cartoon character in the shower.
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