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How to Draw a Cigarette

Artist: Dawn / May 1, 2010
How to Draw a Cigarette

Step 1.

Here is a drawing or sketch that shows you what a poked out cigarette looks like when being crushed in an ashtray. The diagram below the close-up, shows you how to start the shading process of the head of a poked out cigarette.

Step 2.

Here I talk about how to draw ashes or better yet, how the shading process works for shading in ash. Give this tip a good look, and try out the technique before you start drawing.

Step 3.

When drawing a character smoking a cigarette, there is certain things you must know before the sketching process. It is the lips that give the most detail to show a lit cigarette in someone's mouth. There is a slight curve of the top lip that needs t   

Step 4.

Finally, here is a sketch of how a mouth should look in three different perspectives, side view, front view, ad side view again but this time the smoker is actually gripping the stoggie.

Step 5.

As you can imagine drawing a cigarette is pretty easy. Start by drawing a long rectangular shape for the frame of the cigarette.

Step 6.

You will now begin sketching out the cigarette starting with the rounded tip that is colored in using a speckle technique. This will make the stoggie look like it's burning. Thicken the lining, and then move to the next step.

Step 7.

You will cap off your cancer stick by drawing in the filter, which is decorated with speckles within the paper of the filter. Once that is done finish off this drawing by adding a few rings that gives the product a touch of flare. Erase the lines and   

Step 8.

This is what your drawing looks like when you are done. Color it in, and maybe brand this cigarette with a product you want your character to smoke.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 1, 2010
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