# How to Draw Ice Cream Step by Step

## How to Draw Ice Cream Step by Step

### How to Draw Ice Cream Step by Step

#### How to Draw Ice Cream Step by Step

##### How to Draw Ice Cream Step by Step
###### How to Draw Ice Cream Step by Step
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# How to Draw Ice Cream Step by Step

In this yummy tutorial, I’ll show you an easy way to draw three different types of ice cream, using a graphite pencil and ink liners.

We’ll create various textures and explore the principles of sketching. Let’s have fun!

## What You Will Need

You’ll need the following equipment in order to complete this tutorial project:

• An ink liner number 0.4
• An ink liner number 0.2
• An ink liner number 0.1
• An ink liner number 0.05
• A graphite pencil (I recommend using a B or HB type)
• Three sheets of drawing paper
• An eraser

## 1. How to Draw an Ice Cream Cone

### Step 1

With a graphite pencil, I draw a core line of the ice cream. This line is slightly tilted to make the drawing more interesting and dynamic.

I also add the upper and lower borders of the shape and mark the separating point between the cone and the ice cream itself.

### Step 2

I mark the side borders of the ice cream cone and connect them with the bottom point, using straight lines.

Then I draw a circular shape for the ice cream ball.

### Step 3

I add the oval shape of the cone’s opening. It will help us to construct the drawing correctly.

### Step 4

I draw the inclined lines to create the cone’s pattern.

### Step 5

I add a set of lines that are crossing the existing ones. Now we can see a rhombic pattern.

### Step 6

I refine the top of the ice cream, marking its relief.

### Step 7

I add small nuts to the ice cream. Small elements will balance the drawing.

### Step 8

With the 0.4 ink liner, I outline the contours of the ice cream and mark the hollows of the cone pattern.

### Step 9

I add groups of hatches to the hollows, using the 0.05 ink liner.

### Step 10

I add rounded hatches to the sides of the cone, using the 0.1 liner. This simple trick helps to give the figure more volume.

### Step 11

With dots and short hatches, I mark the relief of the prominent parts of the cone’s pattern. The 0.1 ink liner is a great tool for this step.

### Step 12

With the 0.4 ink liner, I complete the contours of the ice cream’s top. I also add the groups of dots to this shape to create a beautiful texture.

### Step 13

With the 0.05 liner, I add thin hatches to the sides of the ice cream.

### Step 14

I use the 0.4 ink liner to add dots to the drawing, accenting the shadows. This ice cream is complete!

## 2. How to Draw an Ice Cream in a Glass Bowl

### Step 1

With a graphite pencil, I sketch a core line and mark the lower and upper borders of the future drawing.

I also add a spacing line where the stem of the vessel turns into a wide bowl.

### Step 2

I draw the stem, starting with the oval shape of the opening.

It’s very convenient to use the vertical core line to make the measurements, and the halves of your drawing will then be even.

### Step 3

A simple way to draw the bowl it is to start with the contours of bowl’s sides and then add the upper opening.

Keep using the vertical core line to make the measurements!

### Step 4

I add the rounded shapes of three ice cream balls.

### Step 5

I draw the cherry, imagining that it is slightly sunken in the ice cream.

### Step 6

I refine the shapes of the ice cream, adding a small waffle stick and some chocolate sauce.

The sketch is ready for inking!

### Step 7

With the 0.4 ink liner, I outline the contours of the drawing.

### Step 8

I add groups of rounded hatches to the bowl, using the 0.05 ink liner.

### Step 9

With the 0.1 liner, I work on the stem, accenting its sides. It is important to be accurate with the glass objects, so don’t overdo the artwork.

### Step 10

With the 0.1 ink liner, I add rounded hatches to the bowl. An additional layer of hatching on the shape’s sides helps to make it look more three-dimensional.

### Step 11

I mark shadows on the chocolate sauce and the cherry, using the 0.2 ink liner.

### Step 12

With the 0.2 ink liner, I add groups of dots to the ice cream balls.

### Step 13

I add short hatches to the ice cream shapes, using the 0.05 liner. I mark the relief of the objects and create an illusion of a rough surface.

### Step 14

I add hatches to the sides of the waffle stick, using the 0.1 ink liner.

### Step 15

With the 0.1 ink liner, I add hatching to the chocolate sauce, leaving small highlights.

### Step 16

I add hatches the cherry, using the 0.1 ink liner. Like the chocolate, the cherry is the darkest object in the drawing.

Please be sure to leave a highlight on the cherry!

### Step 17

With the 0.2 ink liner, I add some dots and short hatches to accentuate the shadows and create a unified look of the drawing.

## 3. How to Draw an Ice Lolly

### Step 1

I draw a vertical core line, using a graphite pencil. I also mark the border between the ice cream itself and the stick.

### Step 2

I draw the shape of the ice cream. You can use the core line to make both halves symmetrical, but there is no strict rule that an ice lolly has to be perfectly even.

### Step 3

I add the curved shape of the stick.

### Step 4

I insert the small shapes of the nuts. They will make the texture of the ice cream more interesting and varied.

### Step 5

With the 0.4 ink liner, I outline the contours of the drawing.

### Step 6

I mark the shadows under the nuts, using the 0.4 ink liner.

### Step 7

With the 0.1 liner, I cover the lolly’s shape with long, even hatches.

### Step 8

I add cross-hatches, using the 0.1 ink liner. An additional layer of lines at the sides will accentuate the three-dimensional look of the object.

### Step 9

It’s time to work on the stick. With the 0.1 liner, I add the ink lines that are imitating a wooden pattern.

I also create a drop shadow from the ice lolly.

### Step 10

I add another layer of hatching to the ice cream, using the 0.2 liner. This object is dark, so don’t worry about overdoing it.

### Step 11

With the 0.2 liner, I mark the core shadows on the nuts and add groups of short hatches to vary the texture.