Lesson 9: A GLASS BOTTLE (1)







If you look at the model you can see which geometrics you need to use as a base: a taller or shorter rectangle, a triangle, a circle, etc.
In our case, you can see that for our bottle the most appropriate shape is a rectangle.

Start with the upper side of the bottle. Carry out the same process as we have done with the jar, mark the width of the bottle's opening and start drawing from the top down.

Draw the neck of the bottle and then start drawing the rest. Draw the sides with some curves, until you get to the sides of the rectangle.