How to Draw Cartoon Food. Food is one of the numerous essential parts of our life and represents one of the basic needs of almost all living beings.
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While we need food to survive, that doesn’t mean We can’t simply enjoy it, and there are plenty of delicious foods out there!
Everyone has their favorite dishes, foods, and snacks, and learning how to draw cartoon food is a great way to envision your perfect meal choices. We even leave room for you to add your awesome details!
How to Draw Cartoon Food
When we work on this cartoon food drawing, we will depict four different types of food. As you can notice in the next picture, it’s a burger, a chicken thigh, a taco, and a sandwich.
We’ll start the first three of these foods in this first step.
The hamburger is at the forefront of this arrangement, so let’s start with that. You can use a few curved lines for the top and bottom of the bun, but make sure you leave plenty of room on the right side of the burger.
Then we add a few layers of the burger filling under the bun.
Next, you can draw the taco with a curved line with the wavy sauce dripping out of it and some filling sticking out at the top.
Finally, outline the bread for the sandwich and add some filling to the left.
There was a lot to cover in the first step of this how-to-draw cartoon food guide! We’ll keep things simpler in this second step while we add the burger and sandwich.
Again, let’s start with the burger. All you have to do for this is pull the bottom bun underneath. The top bun will still have a large gap, which We will fix soon.
We’ll also add curved and wavy lines to the top of the sandwich to show more of the filling. Then go to step 3!
This step focuses on adding the remaining side dishes for those four foods! First, we finally finished the burger bun.
Just use a curved line to extend the top of the bun to finish it off. Then we add the last food; the hip.
This one has a rounded end with wavy, jagged lines where the bone sticks out. Speaking of bones, it’s drawn with curved lines with two bumps at the end.
Finally, for this step, add the taco base and some more filling to the sandwich.
This cartoon food theme looks delicious! In this step and the next, we’ll focus on adding a few minor details to bring everything together.
The details we add in this step will be minor, but they will help add some great texture detail to the image.
We’ll add three small curved lines down the side for the taco. The sandwich bread has similar curved lines on the side as the burger.
Finally, we added dots on the burger bun and the surface of the meat on the thigh. With these small details in hand, we can move on to the final details in the next step!
We’re not going to draw regular food in this cartoon food drawing guide, and we’re going to add a fun detail in this step!
We add a smiley face to each food item for a charming extra touch. These faces are plain, with two small curved lines for closed eyes and a simple smiling mouth underneath.
On top of the sandwich and taco, we’re going to add some additional curved lines at the eyes for some eyelashes.
You can even add more details with these cute faces!
You could add different types of food or background for some ideas, but how will you complete this picture?
Time to add some shades to this picture to finish it in fashion! In our reference image, we show you how to colorize it.
While these foods are mostly subdued, we tried adding little pops of color to smaller details.
While these are colors you could emulate if you wish, you can also use any additional colors you might prefer!
You can also play around with different artistic tools and mediums to get the colors you have in mind.
Your Cartoon Food Drawing is Finished!