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How to draw a toilet seat

Updated on November 2, 2012

Hi guys! I have something a little different for today's hub. In this tutorial, I will be demonstrating how to draw a toilet seat very easily. You might want to learn how to draw a toilet seat if you are trying to create a bathroom background or a bird's eye view of a house.

Although there are many parts to a toilet, I will be making this guide as easy to follow as possible. Be sure to have all of your tools ready (pencil, paper, eraser) before you begin. :)

Step 1

Firstly, we are going to start on the toilet seat. Draw a circular shape that will represent the bowl shape.

Step 2

Draw another circle within the circle you have just drawn. This is where the individual will sit.

Step 3

Next, draw the edge of the toilet seat. Just a simple line underneath the main circle and in the back portion of the seat's interior.

Step 4

Now that the seat is done, it's time to draw the rest of the toilet bowl itself. Draw the back bolt of the toilet seat.

Step 5

The reason for why the back bolt was drawn in the previous step was to add an extension for the toilet seat lid to be at. Draw a basic lid at the top of your toilet seat. Our lid will be opened. :)

Step 6

Next, draw a narrow line around the inside of the toilet lid border. This just gives the toilet seat a little more dimension than normal. :)

Step 7

Now that the seat and lid portion are done, it's time to start working on the bottom bowl portion. Draw the bowl as shown in the sample drawing in this step. :)

Step 8

Draw the bottom of the toilet in this step. Almost there!

Step 9

Now, draw the tank of your toilet. It's the squarish box that is located on the back of a toilet seat.

Step 10

Fill in all of the details on the toilet tank, include elements such as the tank lid.

Step 11

Lastly, draw in the lever. The lever is usually located on the right side of the toilet seat.

After that, you are finished! You now have a nice drawing of a fully functional toilet at your disposal! :)

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      Shawnte 5 years ago

      Glad you guys like it! I try to be original!

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      Blurter of Indiscretions 5 years ago from Clinton CT

      This was so cool. My son would love this stuff!

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      theSwordLibrary 5 years ago

      First time I've seen a tutorial on drawing a toilet bowl! Good stuff! The perspective is kinda weird though, especially at the base. From the angle you're viewing from, the base shouldn't be that visible.

      Keep making these awesome tutorials!