This tutorial will help you learn to draw a cartoon chocolate bar! This excellent piece of food is your best friend if you need energy or a relief for a broken heart!
It is now known that falling in love and eating a bar of chocolate (dark chocolate is better) do have the same effect on the human body! So which one do you prefer? Love or chocolate (or both?).
Draw a large rectangle to create the body of your chocolate bar.
When finished, draw another rectangle outside the first one to create the edge of your bar. This is an easy trick to give depth to an object.
Then, draw five rectangles on the left side of your bar. Make sure that all rectangles are similar in sizes. If possible, keep the same distance between each rectangle. It will look more realistic that way!
Do the same thing for the other side of your bar. You should now have two straight columns of perfectly aligned rectangles in your bar.
Now for each rectangle available inside your bar, draw another rectangle around it. Just like the two rectangles created for the body of the bar, you will use these new rectangles to create the edges of the ten small rectangles.
If you wish to do so, you can add a word inside your chocolate bar. As far as I'm concerned, I've decided to write the word "sweet" on each of the ten rectangles.
This little illustration above will help you understand how to create a nice edge in 3D. Your chocolate bar should be colored with a light brown color (called "original color" in the image above).
So, to create a nice 3D effect, just add a brown color that is lighter for the top and left side (notice that the left side is a little lighter than the top, but not darker than the original color). Then, add a brown color that is darker for the bottom and right side of your shape.
If you apply this technique to all shapes of your chocolate bar, you should now have something similar to the illustration above! A nice and delicious cartoon chocolate bar ready to be eaten by a kid in need of sugar! I hope you had fun following this easy tutorial and have fun practicing and... eating!