How to Doodle a Kettle
Begin by doodling a triangle with rounded corners in the middle of your page. Now doodle a line across the bottom section of your triangle. Be sure to curve this line up slightly at the ends.
Use straight and curved lines to doodle the spout of your kettle. Make sure to keep the spacing and length of your lines consistent. Finish off your spout by doodling an eye at the very tip. Now, on top of your kettle, doodle the lid using a couple of straight lines and a circle.
Now for the tricky part. Use a curved line to doodle the handle of your kettle. There are no fixed rules here. Your doodle doesn’t even need to look the same as you see within this example. Handles can come in a variety of lengths, shapes, and sizes, therefore feel free to use your imagination. 🙂
Add some shading to your kettle using straight lines. The key to shading is to imagine where the light is coming from and then add shading to areas that aren’t absorbing the light. Within the example below the shading has been doodled primary on the bottom part of each component of the kettle.
The final step is to add some color to your kettle doodle. Use either various shades of the same color or complementary colors that will make your kettle look as beautiful as possible in your doodled kitchen. 😉