This post will teach you how to draw a half eaten chocolate bar easily step by step

How to Draw a Cute Half-Eaten Chocolate Bar

In this post, I will teach you how to draw a super cute half-eaten chocolate bar.

There are a lot of tutorials online that teach you how to draw a whole chocolate bar, but not many that will teach you to draw a half-eaten one.

So, I thought, why not!?

I’ve covered multiple cute food drawings, and you can find them all in my kawaii tutorials here.

This is a very simple drawing, and I’ll teach you how to draw this step by step. So it’s okay if you don’t have much experience drawing or you’re just beginning; you’re going to have a lot of fun drawing this half-eaten chocolate bar.

Today, this is what you will learn to draw:

Add highlights to the chocolate bar and you've learned how to draw a half eaten chocolate bar.

Let’s begin!

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You can draw this using sketching pencils or a fine marker or draw it digitally like me.

How to draw a cute half eaten chocolate bar step by step – Easy Beginner Tutorial

Step 1: Draw the chocolate wrapper

We’ll draw the chocolate wrapper first. The chocolate wrapper will obviously be at the bottom because that’s pretty much how we unwrap chocolates.

I’m going to draw the chocolate from an angle. So, draw a tilted square with only 3 sides.

Pretty easy, right?

Now, chocolates are 3 dimensional, so let’s draw the other sides of the chocolate. You can make it thicker, but don’t make it too thick, otherwise, it won’t look realistic.

Now, we’re going to draw the rest of the wrapper that’s folded and crumpled.

So, draw half of the line and then draw a small crumpled shape on one side to indicate the crumpled chocolate wrapper like this:

Now that we’ve finished the chocolate wrapper, we can move on to drawing the chocolate.

Step 2: Draw the chocolate bar

Since one side is eaten partially, we’ll draw one side longer than the other. Remember to draw the other side of the chocolate because it’s a 3D chocolate bar of course.

Next, to draw the eaten part of the chocolate, just draw teeth-like marks (u and w shapes) along the shorter end of the chocolate bar like this:

Remember to add an extra bit to show that the person has taken a nice chunky bite out of that delicious chocolate.

Now, you can end it here or add some more details to your chocolate bar.

I’m going to add a small cross in the middle to show that the chocolate is divided into a few bars and draw a bunny on the wrapper because I love bunnies.

Feel free to draw any animal you love or any design you love – this is where you can let your creativity flow!

Draw a small design on the chocolate bar

We’re done with the main outline of the half-eaten chocolate bar!

Now, it’s time to color our beautiful drawing.

Step 3: Color the chocolate bar

Let’s color the chocolate bar with basic colors first!

We’ll color the chocolate – chocolate brown, of course.

And then color the wrapper any color you like. I’m going to go for this very subtle pink because I love pink.

Color the chocolate bar

Now, you can add more details. I’m going to draw more squares inside each chocolate bar to increase definition and also color the bunny and add 2 blush spots under its eyes.

Add details to the chocolate

Remember, with kawaii drawings, you can keep adding little details to make your drawing cuter.

The chocolate wrapper looks very plain, so I’m going to add some sparkles in light pink (just diamond-shaped sparkles) onto the wrapper.

Add details to the chocolate bar

Next, I’m going to add some spots onto the wrapper in a darker shade of pink.

Vary the sizes of the shapes you draw to make the drawing look more organic.

Add more details

You could leave it at that or add a small name to your chocolate wrapper. I’m going to write “Choc” because I had no space for “Choco.” It still works if you ask me.

Add a name to the chocolate bar

And we’re done!

We can add some highlights in white to make the chocolate bar look more kawaii and that’s it!

Add highlights to the chocolate bar and you've learned how to draw a half eaten chocolate bar.

We’ve finished learning how to draw a cute half-eaten chocolate bar!

That was fun, no?

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