How to Draw a Table

Artist: Dawn / December 19, 2008

Step 1.

Start this first step by drawing out the shape of the table top which is a long narrow rectangular shape. Once that is done add the lines for all four legs.

Step 2.

In this next step you will start drawing out the dimensional edges around the table and then add four more leg lines that are parallel to the others you drew in step one.

Step 3.

Okay well that is it you have made it to your last drawing step and what you will do now is draw another set of leg lines parallel to the other two. Cap off the bottom of the legs by squaring them off and then erase the guidelines you drew in step on   

Step 4.

Once your done your table should come out looking like the one I drew here. All you have to do now is customize it and make it your own by adding some color and style. I hope you liked learning how to draw a table step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 19, 2008
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Description: So far today I have shown you how to draw a jackal, boxing gloves, and a baseball glove. This next tutorial is going to be on a very simple lesson that I am sure you will appreciate learning. So for my fourth tutorial I will show you "how to draw a table,/strong>", step by step. Tables are used for an assortment of things. They are usually made from wood and have four legs which keep them stable and level. The most common table is the kitchen table and as you now most humans use these objects to eat on, work on, and do various other things. This is a real basic tutorial on how to draw a table step by step. I drew out a basic frame of a table with a squared top with four legs. I colored the table top blue and it looks a bit cartoony. I know you will like this easy lesson on how to draw a table. When you are done you can draw a vase filled with pretty flowers to place on the center of the table as a center piece. Well it is time for me to go and work on my fifth lesson of the day, so sit back, relax and tackle this lesson with ease. I will be back in a bit with more drawing fun so stay tuned.