How To Draw Sunglasses

Do you have an affinity for art and wish you could draw the perfect pair of sunglasses? Drawing sunglasses might seem intimidating at first but the good news is that with a few simple steps, you can easily sketch the perfect pair.

Before beginning your drawing, the first step is to find a reference. Find an image of a pair of sunglasses – if you’re drawing from your imagination, you’ll need to know the details and shape of sunglasses before you start sketching. Use a pencil and paper to draw the basic outline of the frame. Start with the lenses, getting them even and in proportion to one another before you move on to the frame. Work slowly, making sure to get all the details – the sides of the sunglasses and the shape of the arms.

Now it’s time to add the details that make sunglasses truly unique. Start with the lenses, making sure to give them texture and personality. Color the lenses in with different shades of grey and black to give your sunglasses depth and realism. Then add shading to the edges of the frame to give your sunglasses character. And finish off the look with a few carefully placed highlights or details.

If you’re not comfortable drawing intricate details, have no fear! You can still capture the look of sunglasses without worrying about getting into the nitty-gritty. To give your lenses realism without taking a long time to shade them, try giving them the appearance of glare. This is a great way to quickly add depth and definition to your sunglasses.

Another great option is to add a pattern to the arms of your sunglasses. This is particularly helpful when you’re drawing from your imagination – it gives your sunglasses a signature look and style. Patterns can be anything from curved lines to floral patterns and will make your sunglasses unique and interesting.

When you’re satisfied with your sunglasses design, don’t forget to finish off the look by erasing all your pencil lines! This will give your creation a smooth, neat finish and will make it look professional.

Last but not least, practice, practice, practice! The more you sketch, the better you’ll get at drawing sunglasses. It might take a few tries to get your sunglasses just right but with a little bit of patience and perseverance, you’ll be sketching perfect sunglasses in no time!

When it comes to adding color, think about how the colors work together. Try pairing two complementary colors, like pink and green, for a classic look. Or, for a bolder look, try contrasting colors like black and gold. You can also use a single color to bring out the details in your sunglasses.

Shading also plays an important role in bringing life to your sunglasses. Start off with a base layer of shadow and highlights and then add highlight and shadows to give the sunglasses depth. You can also use a variety of hues and shades to make your sunglasses truly unique.

Finally, have fun with your sunglasses drawing! You can add patterns, splashes of color, or other creative details to make your sunglasses stand out. You can also experiment with different eyebrow positions, lens shapes, and arms to customize your sunglasses. Once you’ve finished your drawing, don’t forget to show it off to friends and family!

So now that you know how to draw sunglasses, grab your pencil and paper and get sketching! With a few simple steps you’ll be on your way to creating the perfect pair of sunglasses. Have fun and don’t forget to share your art with friends and family!

Julia is an artist and musician, who grew up in a small town in Ohio, where she played in local bands and painted murals in free time. She moved to NY City to study art at the prestigious Pratt Institute, and then relocated to LA to pursue a music career. Julia loves sharing the knowledge she gathered during the years with others.

Leave a Comment