How to Draw a Potion Bottle Easily Step by Step

Have you ever dreamed of getting a mystic potion bottle filled with shimmering liquid consuming which a person becomes powerful? If so, then you may have an attraction towards this type of jar.

So, why don’t you make your dream come to true by drawing a potion bottle on your sketchbook? It will also be a great Halloween drawing idea in this spooky season.

Today, I am here to help you make your dream true. I have come up with an easy potion bottle drawing tutorial. By going through this guide, you will be able to learn how to draw a potion bottle easily with some simple steps. So, let’s get started!

What I am Using for this Drawing

Pencil: 4B
Paper: 300 gsm
Eraser: Good Quality
Outliner: Black Marker
Coloring Tools: Watercolor Marker

How to Draw a Potion Bottle Step by Step

Step 1: Draw the Bottle Body

Draw the Potion Bottle Body

For starting the potion bottle drawing, get ready with your drawing materials first. I have used 4B pencil and 300 gsm watercolor paper here. You can use your own supplies. So, start with the body of the potion bottle.

For this, you just need to draw circles. First, draw a circle which will be the inner part of the bottle. Then draw another circle surrounding the previous one. These circles will determine the potion bottle’s body size.

Step 2: Create the Neck Portion

Create the Potion Bottle Neck

Now, you have to create the neck portion of the potion jar. First, create the right side of the neck. For this, draw two small but slightly curved lines parallelly on the top right side of the bottle body. Then draw the left side of the neck similarly with curved lines.

Step 3: Draw the Bottle Rim

Draw the Potion Bottle Rim

After creating the neck portion, draw the rim of the bottle. It will be on the top side of the neckline. And you can easily draw it only by using curved lines.

Follow the reference properly and create the rim. Don’t forget to erase the unwanted lines from the neck portion to make a clean neckline.

Step 4: Draw the Cork of the Bottle

Draw the Cork of the Potion Bottle

Firstly, draw an ellipse on the close above to the rim line. Then connect the two edges of the ellipse with the rim line using two small lines.

Now, on the lower side of the rim, draw a slightly curved line to complete to cork drawing.

Step 5: Add Some Details

Add Details to the Potion Bottle

In this last stage of potion bottle drawing, you have to add some details. First of all, draw the potion waves inside the bottle. Use curve lines and draw the waves on the middle area to show that half of the jar is filled with potion.

Draw some small circles all over the cork to create original hole effects. Finally, add some sparkling stars around the potion jar to give it a magical feeling.

Color the Potion Bottle

Color the Potion Bottle

To make any drawing more beautiful, you have to put some color into it. I have used shades of purple for the potion inside the bottle and outer sparkling stars. Then used lighter green shades for the outer body of the potion jar and lighter brown for the cork.

However, you can use your own choice of colors. But I would recommend you go for the lighter shades.

Some Easy Potion Bottle Drawing Ideas

If you are looking for an easy potion bottle drawing idea with a unique design, you can go for this one.

Some Easy Potion Bottle Drawing Ideas

With a rounded body shape and bigger cork, this potion jar can attract anyone. So, why don’t you try this one?

Easy Potion Bottle Drawing Ideas

For drawing a typical potion bottle with some detailing, you can go for this option.

Potion Bottle Drawing Ideas Easy

Wrap Up

Hopefully, you have enjoyed this step-by-step potion bottle drawing very much and also learned it. So, add this to your Halloween drawing sketchbook and enjoy this spooky season. Don’t forget to share it with your friends and family.

Maria Tanish

Hello World! Tanish here, a student of Fine Arts. Drawing was my passion from an early age but I also love to do some DIY projects to spend my leisure. Even I work as a writer, to share my knowledge about the ins and outs of drawing and the art industry itself. As an artist, I always wanna share my experiences with you all.

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