How to Doodle a Piano
Doodling a piano is easy if you know how to draw a rectangle and line. 🙂 The piano doodle is generally made up of a combination of lines and rectangles stacked on top of one another. Pay particular attention to keeping the angles of your lines at 90 degrees and the distances between each line even, as shown in the example below.
Next, doodle the piano keys. Again, use rectangles and lines for each key. Be sure to keep your lines straight and even. Also, doodle three eye shapes on the bottom of your doodle. These eye shapes will represent the pedals of your piano.
Add a 3D effect by doodling the back and side of the piano as shown in the example below. Use straight lines and pay particular attention to the angles of each line as they relate to the other lines. Try to make them even and consistent.
Time to add a little shading to your piano. Use short straight lines to shade various areas of the piano. You can follow the example below or use your own shading variations. Also, keep in mind that this is only one way to use shading.
Finally, add some color to your doodle. Use different shades of the same color, as shown in the example below, or complementary colors. The use of color will give your piano some personality.