Draw two parallel lines towards the top of your paper for the neck of your bottle.
On the left side, draw a line that curves out from the neck bottle and goes down towards the bottom of your paper. It doesn't have to look like mine. There are all types of bottles!
Draw the mirror image (exact opposite) of the left line on the right side. It doesn't have to be perfect (it's more interesting that way!).
Draw a downward curved line for the bottom of your bottle.
Draw a downward curving line for the top of your bottle.
Draw an upward curving line for the bottle opening at the top.
Add a second downward curving line under the bottle opening. This makes the bottle a little more interesting.
The pen and ink technique you will use is called hatching. Hatching means creating value with dashes or lines. Darkest value goes on the pencil line and fades into your shape.
To create dark value, have a lot of dashes or lines close together. Make sure your lines go in the same direction. My lines all go up and down.
Start fading your value by slowly spreading out your dashed as you go in to your bottle.
Complete the right side of your bottle with value.
Repeat for the left side of bottle.
Add value to the bottom of your bottle. Make sure your lines are still going in the same direction. Mine are still up and down.
Add value to the top of your bottle. Dark where the lines are. Make sure your lines are still going in the same direction.
Add value in the top stripe. Dark on both sides, light in the center.
Fill the opening of your bottle with dark value (lots of dashes close together).
Congratulations! You created form with hatching!!!
- White paper