Have you ever tried to know how to draw a zipper in easy steps? We can’t deny that Zipper drawing might look complicated, but it isn’t much difficult to learn when you know the correct method. If you’re frustrated searching for the appropriate technique to draw it then, leave it to me. Follow my 9 steps picture guide to draw a zipper easily. Also, you could get a video tutorial here. I guess you’re prepared with the necessary tool before start the drawing.
A zipper is one of the ordinary yet crucial things that we can find in our day-to-day life. Zip is used in Clothes, bags, and many things. Whitcomb L. Judson is the inventor of this zipper, which was called a clasp locker. He used it in the shoe fastener. In 1923 clasp locker was transformed into Zipper by B.F Goodrich Company. Zipper began to appear on clothes in the 1930s.
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Know-it-all Before You Start…
Drawing Materials Needed:
- Drawing Sheet
- Crayons/Water Color
- 45 minutes (Including Coloring)
Instructions of Zipper Drawing
Step 1: At first draw a “Y” type structure.
Step 2: Now make the lines double.
Step 3: Draw a water drop structure in the middle portion.
Step 4: Now make a small rectangle in that water drop.
Step 5: After that, draw a pull by little bit big rectangular with a half circle on one side.
Step 6: Now make a small circle and a oval as shown in the picture.
Step 7: Draw zipper teeth structure on the left side.
Step 8: Now do the same on the right side.
Step 9: Do again the same thing in the lower part of the picture.
Step 10: Make it colorful.
How to Draw a Zipper Step by Step
If you are still facing any problems with the Zipper drawing, you must download these step by step printable pictures. This will help you so much to draw it without any trouble.
Let’s learn the clasp locker drawing through my video tutorial that’s available exclusively on the YouTube channel.
undoubtedly, you’ll love every step of the tutorial and surely would enjoy learning it. Indeed, this drawing guide is simple and suitable for everyone.
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