How to Doodle a Stereo System
The first step to doodling a stereo system kind of looks like skyscraper scene with buildings in the background. Use straight lines to form carefully positioned rectangles as shown in the example below. A quick tip here is to firstly doodle objects in the foreground followed by objects in the background. The reason for this is that objects in the foreground will partly cover background objects, which means you won’t need to scrub out any unwanted lines.
Use circles, straight lines, and rectangles to doodle the speakers and the amplifier of your stereo system. Use the example below for reference, however, feel free to use your imagination and play around with the positioning of your lines, circles, and rectangles. Stereo systems come in many different shapes and sizes.
Add a simple 3D effect to your speakers using straight lines. Pay particular attention to keeping the angles consistent and the lines straight.
Time now to add some shading to the inside wall of your speakers. Shading in this way will give your speakers a little more depth and character.
The final touch is to give your stereo system some color. Use complementary colors or different shades of the same color. Use the example below for reference, or choose your own color pallet.