How to Draw a Jacket
The Clothing category on Easydrawingart.com is constantly updated, and today we will replenish this section with a tutorial on how to draw a jacket. This will be a great addition to the instructions on how to draw a cap, jeans, and sneakers. This guide will be as simple as others from the above category. Our artists divided it into a number of super simple stages and painted red to achieve the greatest simplicity.
Each item can be represented in the form of simple geometric shapes. First of all, draw a jacket with a simple rectangle that will represent the torso.
So, it’s time to portray the sleeves of the jacket. Recall, that in all the initial stages you should use very light, almost transparent lines. As a result, you should get such a sketch.
In the upper part of the jacket drawing depict the trapezoid of clothing. Now create the cuffs on the bottom of the jacket and on the sleeves.
At the top, depict the jacket collar. We decided to make a stand up collar, which can often be found on bombers. Next, with the help of a long line to depict a zipper.
Now we need to clean the drawing of the jacket from unnecessary lines. Therefore, it’s time to grab an eraser and wipe off the auxiliary guidelines, getting a clean artwork.
On all cuffs, including the collar, depict transverse lines. Also, create folds in places where the fabric stretches or contracts. Also, do not forget to add seams in the area of shoulders.
So, if there are excess lines, remove them. Make the picture cleaner and more aesthetically pleasing. Next, trace your jacket drawing with dark pencil or ink. As a result, you should get such a beautiful jacket drawing.
So, now is the time to paint the jacket. We decided to colorize it military green. But you are free to paint the jacket in brighter colors, whether it is green, red or yellow because your artwork does not have to be an exact copy of the one that the artists of Easydrawingart.com painted.
So we finally came to the end of the guide on how to draw a jacket. If you want to expand your knowledge in the field of clothing design, try also visit other articles from the Clothing category.
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