How to draw a stand mixer step by step.

How to Draw a Stand Mixer Step by Step

Since most of my articles are about drawing food, I thought I’d do something totally different and create a drawing tutorial on drawing a kitchen appliance like a stand mixer.

I’ve already done a lot of tutorials on drawing cute and kawaii animals, like this kawaii dog tutorial and this kawaii cat tutorial.

In this post, I will show you how to draw a Stand Mixer step by step.

It’s definitely not super easy, but the steps are easy to follow if you follow the instructions carefully.

You can check out my other kawaii tutorials here.

I’ll even show you how to color the stand mixer, like this:

Add highlights and once you've added highlights you'll have learned how to draw a stand mixer.

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I am currently using an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil to create my digital art.

But you can use any tool – a pen and paper or color pencils or Copic markers or Photoshop because the drawing method remains the same.

How to draw a Stand Mixer – Easy Step by step instructions

Let’s begin.

Step 1: Draw the Stand Mixer

We’ll start by drawing the bowl in the stand mixer first.

I’m going to start with a simple U shape like this:

Draw a bowl

The U is very deep because stand mixers have a deep bowl so you can mix the batter without spilling.

Next, I’m going to draw the rim of the bowl on top like this:

Draw the rim of the bowl

Now, we need to draw the stand of the stand mixer, so we’re going to draw a simple adjacent curve from the bowl like this:

Draw a small adjacent line

And now we can draw the base of the stand mixer by drawing another shallow curve like this:

Draw the stand of the mixer

Next, we’re goin to take the line up and end it when we’re at the same height as the bowl like so:

Draw the mixer

And we’re going to draw the inside of the mixer by drawing an inverted “L” right next to the bowl.

Draw a small L shape line above the bowl

It’s not too hard, right?

Next, I’m going to draw a simple curve on top of the stand mixer.

Draw the top of the mixer

And while drawing the side, we’re going to draw a small protrusion like this. I did use a photo of an actual stand mixer to make this kawaii drawing.

Draw the additional parts of the mixer

And then I’m going to add some accents like this to the stand mixer to make it look more natural. We are trying to keep this drawing very simple by using extremely basic shapes.

Draw more additional parts of the mixer

Next, we can draw the blades.

So, I’m going to start with two small curves like this:

Draw the mixer blades

And then draw a few claw shaped lines inside the bowl – the bowl is going to be transparent so we can draw the blades – no worries.

Draw the blades

Next, we are going to draw the batter, so most of the batter will take the shape of the bowl but the surface of the batter is going to be a wiggly line to make it look like the mixer blades are moving and swirling around the batter.

Draw the batter in the bowl

Lastly, let’s add a few lines to make the stand mixer look more real.

Draw more accents on the stand mixer.

And I’m going to end the drawing by adding a cute kawaii face to the stand mixer.

I always like adding 2 small eyes and a mouth in the center like this:

Draw a kawaii face on the stand mixer

Step 2: Color the stand mixer

I’m going to color the stand mixer a light purple since it’s one of my favorite colors.

Color the stand mixer

Next, I’ll color the accents of the stand mixer.

Please note that you can color the stand mixer any color you want! It’s totally upto you.

Color the accents

Next, I’m going to color the blades a simple light gray.

Color the blades

And then I’ll color the batter a creamish brown color and color the bowl a light blue.

Color the bowl and the batter

And lastly, I will add 2 blush spots to the stand mixer to the stand mixer just to give it that cute kawaii look.

Add blush spots to the stand mixer

You can leave it like this or you can add some highlights to the stand mixer like this:

Add highlights and once you've added highlights you'll have learned how to draw a stand mixer.

I go over how I color my digital art and add highlights in this post.

Conclusion of how to draw a Stand Mixer + Drawing Resources

Was this tutorial helpful?

I hope you could learn how to draw a stand mixer step by step.

If you want to see more tutorials on drawing kawaii animals and kawaii things, please leave a comment below on what you’d like to see next!

I will be adding more kawaii drawing tutorials (animals, food, and lots of things) to this blog, so keep a lookout!

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Sara teaches you how to draw anything in a nice kawaii style. I really love these kinds of courses because they’re so easy to learn and it’s very easy to get clients because this is a really relatable drawing style.

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Check it out here!

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