How to Draw a Watering can A Step-by-Step Guide
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There are few activities as satisfying as gardening. It’s a labor-intensive hobby, but the effort is well worth it as there is a very tangible result of your efforts as you enjoy the beautiful plants that result. Gardening would not be possible without water. For plants, you need a way to get that water from the source to those who need it. That’s where watering cans come in!
They also have a pretty specific structure and look like them, and learning how to draw a watering can is a great way to have some gardening fun without getting your hands dirty. We hope you have a great time. You work with us on our step-by-step guide on drawing a watering can in just 6 easy steps.
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How to Draw a Watering Can – let’s Get Started!
We’ll start things simple in this first step of our guide on how to draw a watering can. This tool usually has a large, rounded handle, as it helps make it easier to water at any angle. It’s also what we’ll draw first in this step of our guide on how to draw a watering can.
To do this, we’ll draw two relatively large curved lines that run parallel. There will be a space at each end of this handle, and this is where the shower body will sit later. Once it looks like it does in our reference image, you’re on to step 2.
You have already finished drawing this watering can’s handle, and now we will start with the body. This body for the shower will have a slightly rectangular and wavy design that we show in our reference image. Use some more straight lines for the sides. Of the can and connect the lower edge of the handle to the left side.
Next, draw some rounded lines for the top and opening of the shower head, and then draw the base. The edge on the right will have a gap, where we will place the beak a bit lower on the guide. Now, let’s proceed to step 3!
We’ll start with the can spout soon, but we’ll prepare for this vital aspect by adding minor details in this step of our guide on how to draw a watering can. First, we’ll add some simple lines to help add some definition to the body of the can.
Add a vertical line near the left edge of the can, and then add a slightly curved horizontal line near the top. Next, to finish this step, we’ll add a small section of plastic that helps support the spout arm. You can draw this section using simple lines on the right side where the spout arm will start.
We’ll start drawing the spout arm in this fourth part of the shower head drawing. These arms will sometimes be slightly curved, but the one we’ll draw for this design will be pretty straight and stiff. You can extend some smooth straight lines up at an angle from the space left on the side of the shower head. Finally, finish this step by adding a few more lines at the end to draw a border area where the opening will be added, along with any final details in the next step.
You are now ready to finish the final elements of the drawing, so you are ready for the final step of this guide on how to draw a watering can. For the spout opening, draw a circle with a line around the outer perimeter. You can then connect this with another line to the end of the spout arm.
Once you’ve drawn this outline, you can add a series of dots inside it for the holes that the water would come out of. Then add some simple lines across the watering can to give the drawing more depth, and then finish off with any additional final details you’d like to add.
This final watering step can see you finish with a bit of color! Watering cans are usually made of plastic, which means they can come in just about any color you can imagine. In our example image, we kept things more subtle by using some very light blues and grays to give the shower a fresher look.
You can choose a few similar colors, but you can also make them bright and bold if you prefer! What kind of colors and artistic mediums are you thinking of using to finish off this wonderful image?