Draw A Bubble Letter P

How to Draw A Bubble Letter P. The letter P is the sixteenth letter of the alphabet. It is a relatively rare letter that most people can easily learn to write.

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It maintains its shape whether it’s uppercase or lowercase, but the lowercase version goes further in-depth, making learning easier.

Writing this letter isn’t difficult, but how about you start turning it into more creative shapes and forms?

In this guide, we will tell you how to learn how to draw the bubble letter P in just 6 easy and fun steps. In addition, later, we will also see some fun ideas to make it even more unique!

Have your favorite drawing tools and painting media ready because we’re just getting started with the first step in drawing a great version of this letter.

How to Draw A Bubble Letter P

Step 1

When drawing this type of bubble lettering, we often use a pencil to plan it out first. No one will ever see this schedule, and it can make the form more accurate.

You only have to draw a P in your preferred writing style. This would also be a good way to plan how big it will look on the page.

You can try to draw it without this guide, but it can be a great way to make it easier. It’s up to you, but we’re ready to go either way!

The letter P has a columnar back on the left side. That’s where we start, with a curved vertical line.

The reference image we provided shows how it should curve in preparation for the next few lines. If you are happy with the look, we can move on to step 2 of the guide!

Step 2

Step 2 will be very simple, and we will complete the line you drew in the previous step. In this step, we drew the side of the column to the left of the letter.

In this second phase, we will draw the base of this column. Continue where the previous line left off, curving inwards and then upwards.

The reference image shows you how it should look, and you can draw it slowly to ensure it’s smooth. If you can combine the lines from steps 1 and 2 into one stroke, it will be smoother.

When this part of the column is ready, we move on to step 3 of the instructions, where we finish the outer outline of the letter.

Step 3

There is a large space on the right side of the bubble letter P, which we will fill in this step. As you can see in the reference image, this is done with a single curved line.

This is one of the longest lines in this drawing, so it can be tricky if you’re in a hurry. You can start at the top or bottom of the remaining space.

Once you’ve decided where to start, try to keep your hand as still as possible while adding the rounded line we show in the reference image.

Try to make it as round as possible for a bubble-like effect. When it’s drawn, you’re done with the outer outline!

If you drew a pencil guide to help, it would be a good idea to erase it now as you won’t need it, and it would make drawing the interior details more difficult.

Step 4

Now that the outline of the letter P is drawn let’s draw the inner outline. This inner part is usually more circular for a regular letter P, but we’ll take a different approach.

We aim to make this P look like it’s made out of a bubble, so we will shape the hole in the center to match that look better.

Instead of a rounded shape, it will look more like the letter D. The reference image shows what it should look like.

You’ll also see in the reference that the bottom left line of the letter overlaps a bit. This makes it appear like the balloon material it would be made of is balling up on itself.

With this drawing into the letter, the next step is to get us ready for the finishing touches.

Step 5

In this part of our guide, we’ll look further at the schematic you’ve completed by adding some internal details. The letter looks like a bubble, but these details will help make it look even more.

First, let’s add a small detail to make it look more like a balloon. This will be in the shape of a small oval.

We placed it in the top left corner of the letter, but you can place it anywhere else.

This small oval gives the impression that light is reflecting off the surface of the letter, making it appear a little less flat on the page.

Next, let’s add some lines along the inner contours of the letter P. This makes the letter look even less flat and more like a rounded object with depth.

You can reproduce it as in our reference image, but feel free to add these lines elsewhere.

Before proceeding, be sure to add any other details you might like! These can be inserted into the larger one as patterns or small shapes within the outlines.

Or you could draw a background and add more letters next to it! Whatever you decide, we can move on to the last phase when you’re done.

Step 6

Now it’s time to finish off your drawing with some color! This is a step that gives you a lot of leeway and creativity.

Let’s stick with the color scheme we chose for our example. We chose the color pink because it starts with P!

The colors are darkest at the bottom of the letter and lighten near the mark we drew earlier. Varying the hues can help make this letter look like it’s made out of a bubble or balloon.

Pink would be a great color for this letter, but you can use any color you like! You could also stick with the P theme and use purple instead, but any colors you like would be great.

You may also find ways to use more than one color in the design, such as adding a pattern to the letter.

Another way to create awesome color variations would be to use fun art tools, mediums, and craft supplies.

With that, your drawing is complete! Before we finish, let’s review a few more ideas on how to make this drawing even better.

Your Bubble Letter P Drawing is Finished!

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