Sushi is a dish that has seen a huge surge in popularity in recent years – and one taste of the delicious flavor makes it clear why this is the case! Let’s celebrate the success of sushi by drawing our very own delicious dish – are you ready to get started?
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a flat oval shape on the left of your page, leaving a slight gap at the top.
Grab a ruler, and draw two lines coming up from the bottom of this shape, widening these as you go up. Join these at the top with a curved line to create one of a set of chopsticks.
Add another chopstick to the left of the first…
And then add a curved line just below the top of the shape.
Bring lines down at the sides, and join these with a thicker line at the bottom.
Grab a ruler, and add two diagonal lines to the right of the pot you have created. At the bottom of these, take the lines across, and then bring a line upwards.
Add a second, smaller version of the shape to the bottom left-hand corner.
Follow this with another shape to the right, and add dashed lines to the top and sides.
Add another shape to the top of these two…
And then two curved lines to the right, joined at the top and bottom.
Add a small “cloud” shape to the right of this…
And then add two lines to the left, with two large, pointed loops.
Now, add another bumpy loud shape to the bottom of this.
Continue the line on the right up further, and then bring a line across to the left.
Use the brown pen to add color to the side of the board, and the bottom of the squares.
Use a black pen to shade the sides of the sushi squares, and the wrap on the right shape.
Use a pink pen to add small squares to the top of each sushi square.
Use a green pen to add a small mark to the bottom of the pink ones…
And then use a brown pen to shade the top of the pot.
Grab a light orange pen, and shade the rest of the board.
Use a gray pen to add a triangle to the bottom right of the board, and add a thin line below the bottom edge. Add an oval shape to the bottom of the pot, the left side of this, and the chopsticks.
Use an orange pen for the salmon on the right.
Now, we don’t know about anyone else, but all of that hard work has got us in the mood for a delicious plate of fresh, tasty sushi… who is booking the restaurant for supper?