How To Draw Flour: Step 6

How to Draw Flour

Find out how to draw flour by following along with this engaging drawing guide.

With 6 easy steps to follow, kids will enjoy designing their own flour on paper. Also included is a printable version of this flour drawing tutorial.

Perfect for art teachers and homeschoolers looking to teach kids how to draw a flour.

Finally learn to draw food by following this tutorial at your own speed. …and now for the how to draw flour lesson…

Materials

  • Pencil
  • Drawing Paper
  • Crayons or Colored Pencils
  • Black Marker (optional)
  • How to Draw Flour Printable PDF (see bottom of lesson)
How To Draw Flour: All Steps

In today’s basic drawing lesson, we are going to learn how to draw flour on paper. The shape and proportion of each part will be observed in each step of the tutorial. Observe that the blue lines are used to indicate the new elements being created in each in each of the steps.

Time Needed: 20 minutes

  1. Draw The Flour Sack

    How To Draw Flour: Step 1

    Follow the illustration shown here to get your drawing started. It is a vertical rectangle with some folds to look like a sack.

  2. Add The Fold

    How To Draw Flour: Step 2

    Then, add the fold at the top of the sack by drawing a long and narrow U-shape.

  3. Draw The Flour

    How To Draw Flour: Step 3

    After that, draw the flour piled up out of the top of the sack.

  4. Complete The Sack’s Opening

    How To Draw Flour: Step 4

    Draw the backside of the flour sack so that it looks open.

  5. Add The Label

    How To Draw Flour: Step 5

    Finally, let’s add the “flour” label in the center of the sack.

  6. Complete Your Drawing

    How To Draw Flour: Step 6

    Get your coloring materials and color your drawing.

How to Draw Flour PDF Download

Click the link below to view or download this drawing lesson. The PDF is a printable drawing lesson for How to Draw Flour. The last page of the downloadable PDF includes a coloring book page with just the outlines and an extension exercise for prompting kids to get creative!

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