Greetings and welcome to the drawing lesson on how to draw a table for beginners. Due to the fact that it is composed primarily of straight lines and simple geometric shapes, the table is one of the simplest objects to draw.
The majority of the time, it is for food or work. There are many different types of tables, including wooden, metal, plastic, and glass.
In this drawing tutorial, we will learn how to draw a wood table. Follow our simple instructions and you’ll be able to draw a table in just 3 simple methods.
Let’s move on to the most interesting part of the exercise: drawing a table from scratch.
How to Draw a Table: 3 Simple Methods
Step 1: Draw the surface of the table
The tabletop has a trapezoidal shape at the top.
Step 2: Add volume to the countertop
It is necessary to draw small horizontal lines down from the corners of the figure in order to complete the illustration.
Then you can join the lines together to create a three-dimensional table surface.
Step 3: Start drawing the legs
Due to the fact that the table is supported by legs, you must draw them. To accomplish this, draw two parallelograms that will emerge from the corners that are the closest together.
Step 4: Add volume to the legs
To make the table legs appear more realistic, you must make them more voluminous, which you can do by drawing the second side of the table legs.
Step 5: Draw the 2 hind legs
Draw the hind legs in the same manner as the front legs, but this time they should be slightly shorter.
Step 6: Color the drawing
Draw a parallelogram, also known as a slanted square, by connecting four straight lines. This will serve as the table’s top surface in the future.
Directly across the tabletop, draw straight lines parallel to the near sides. At the corner, the intersection of these lines should be a point.
Then, using short lines, connect each of the tabletop’s four corners to the lines on the table.
Draw a line down the side of the table. Two short, straight lines should be drawn downward from one of the near sides. A straight line should be drawn between them to form a rectangle.
Create a drawing of the other side of the table. Create a short, straight line extending downward from the near side. Make a long, straight line from one corner of the table’s other side to the other corner of the table.
Create a table leg by drawing it and erasing it as needed. From the corner of the table, draw two long, straight lines down the middle of the table. A short line connects them at the bottom of the page.
Give the table leg a three-dimensional appearance by using a three-dimensional effect. Draw a second long, straight line parallel to the first, but this time in the opposite direction. A short line connects them at the bottom of the page.
Draw another table leg for good measure. Three long, straight lines should be drawn out from the corner – one from the tabletop and two from the table’s side. Short lines are used to connect them at the bottom of the page.
Make a third table leg by drawing a line through it. Two long, straight lines should be drawn from the table’s side, and one should be drawn from beneath the tabletop.
Short lines are used to connect them at the bottom of the page.
Make a third table leg by drawing a line through the middle. Two long, straight lines should be drawn from the table’s side, and one should be drawn from beneath the table’s surface. Short lines are used to connect them at the bottom.
Fill in the blanks with color on your cartoon table. Due to the fact that they are made of wood, many of these tables are brown in color.
However, even a wooden table can be painted in any color you desire, so don’t be afraid to get imaginative.
We’re going to start with the tabletop to get things started. Begin by drawing the upper left corner of the table’s surface in pencil.
Following that, draw the remainder of the tabletop as shown on the right. After you’ve completed the basic outline for a tabletop, you’ll be ready to start building it.
To make the table more interesting, we will add depth and dimension in the following step.
If you think about the general shape of a rectangular table, you will notice that it has dimensions on both sides of the table.
Take a look at the illustration on the right to get a better understanding of what I’m referring to here. Make use of it as a guide for the following step.
Following completion of the tabletop, it is time to begin drawing the four legs that will support the tabletop.
Start by drawing four long/thin rectangular shapes under each corner of the table to serve as guides.
It is also recommended that the legs have some dimension, similar to the table top.
Finally, if you want your table to have an aged, wooden appearance, you will want to draw some wood lines on the surface of your table. You have the option of making them as subtle or as thick as you want.
That’s all there is to it! These steps will result in a table that is both functional and visually appealing.
We hope you find this step-by-step table drawing to be helpful. If you had a good time drawing a table, it’s possible that you’d be interested in drawing a chair next. That way, you can draw a table that matches a chair that matches the table.