Learn how to draw a great looking Tea Pot with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful Tea Pot.
"I'm a little teapot, short and stout.
Here is my handle, here is my spout.
When I get all steamed up, hear me shout:
'Tip me over and pour me out!'"
- "I'm a Little Teapot," children's song
A tea pot or teapot is a special cooking vessel used for steeping leaves to make tea. It is similar to the tea kettle used for heating water over a fire or stove. The teapot, however, typically has a sieve built into it or one that can be used with it to strain the tea leaves from the water.
The teapot was invented in China. Tea has been a staple in China for thousands of years. Did you know? Early teapots were small because they were designed to serve just one drinker. Rather than pouring the tea into a cup, it was consumed directly from the spout! Today, teapots come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. They may be made from metal, ceramic, or clay.
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Teapots have long been an element of popular culture, from sophisticated afternoon teas to the "tea parties" of children with tiny tea sets. Sometimes, teapots are personified to represent characters. One example is Mrs. Potts from Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Interestingly, Mrs. Potts has made cameo appearances in other Disney films, including the camp of Jane and her father in Tarzan.
Would you like to draw a cartoon teapot? This easy, step-by-step cartoon object drawing guide is here to show you how. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Tea Pot
How to Draw a Great Looking Tea Pot for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a long, curved line like a half-circle. This will form the lid of the teapot.
Easy Tea Pot Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw the teapot's handle, erasing as necessary. Use a curved line to enclose the irregular rounded shape.
Easy Tea Pot Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the base of the lid. First, connect the ends of the half-circle using a long, curved line. Then, draw curved lines around the bottom of the lid. Notice how the lines on the sides and the middle don't quite meet.
Easy Tea Pot Drawing - Step 4
4. Outline the sides of the teapot. Extend a long, curved line from each side of the lid to create an incomplete circular shape.
Easy Tea Pot Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw the spout, erasing as necessary. Use overlapping curved lines to outline the spout, and a short curved line to indicate the opening at its tip.
Easy Tea Pot Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the teapot's handle. Use a long, curved line to sketch the outer edge of the handle, noting the flourish at the bottom. Use overlapping curved lines to draw the inside of the handle.
Easy Tea Pot Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the teapot's base. First, draw a line between the edges of the outline, but don't connect it. Then, draw another curved line overlapping both of the edges and fully enclosing the figure.
Add More Details to Your Tea Pot Picture - Step 8
8. Decorate your teapot with a festive flower. First, draw a circle to form the center of the flower. Then, draw curved lines around its edges. Draw a "U" shaped line to enclose a semi-circular shape. These are the flower's petals.
Complete the Outline of Your Tea Pot Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw the flower's stem. Extend a curved line beneath the flower. Then, use curved lines to enclose leaves, pointed on the ends, on each side of the stem.
Color Your Tea Pot Drawing
Color your cartoon teapot.
Who will you invite to your tea party? Create your "guest list" with the help of our character drawing guides.
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