How to Draw a Blender

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A blender is a device that is commonly found in the kitchen. Draw a blender with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey, what's up? It's Chris, and today we're going to be learning how to draw a blender. So let's draw it and put some stuff in it. So the first thing we're going to do is we're going to do the top of the blender which is like a circle but at an angle. So we're going to do this, let me just reinforce this line, bring it around like that and we're going to fill that in. Why? You know why, for depth. So we're going to fill that in and we're going to come down and we're going to bring this line straight down like this and then we're going to bring this line down to here. Then we're going to come in a little bit and draw another line going down right there where it's going to be hooked on to the base of the blender. So we'll do another line coming across, leave that a little open, don't close it so it gives a two dimensional effect to it. So now right here we're going to come out and we're going to come back down and this will be the handle. Same thing on the inside. We're going to come out and curve down. We're going to curve it back into the base of the glass. Alright, see that there how it's coming together and put some lines there. Alright, now this is the machine part. So we're going to come down and we're going to bring this line down to right there and we're going to bring a line straight across there. Now, we are going to add some buttons and you can make them bigger as they come out, add some pizazz to it. Last but not least, let's put something inside the blender and we'll fill that in and we'll just add some lines there to give that effect that something is being blended, fill in these buttons with some color and there we are. Now, you are ready to blend. I'm Chris and this is how you draw a blender.

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