how to draw a Clarinet step-by-step

Draw two slightly diverging straight lines to represent the upper and lower joints of the clarinet.

Three short, parallel lines should be drawn and connected by short, curved lines to join the bell to the lower joint on a clarinet.

Create a bell shape for the clarinet by connecting two curved lines that emerge from the bottom.

Draw a curved line parallel to the bottom of the bell of the clarinet, representing the typical silver-colored rim.

Draw three parallel lines connected by short curves, then a rounded "V" for the mouthpiece.

Create a ligature by drawing a short line and three small "U" shaped lines on the mouthpiece.

Remove and redraw some of the upper joint's curved shapes near the barrel, creating initial keys.

Draw straight lines parallel to upper and lower joint sides, attach with circles inside and outside clarinet; add small circles for keys.

Draw small circles and sets of parallel lines within the lower joint, erasing existing lines as necessary.

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