How to Draw a Human in full height

How to draw People, step by step

On this page, we will learn how to draw a Human in full height. It is more difficult to draw from nature, so you may want to begin by drawing only these portrait artists. Our lessons are designed mainly for younger kids, so the human Eyes and other details of the face are drawn schematically. Learn How to draw a Portrait of a man in # 2 during this private lesson. First of all, let's go over some tips on drawing techniques. Some people have the habit of drawing dotted lines and then encircling them. Try to learn how to draw lines in one motion; do not be afraid to make mistakes.

Step 1

How to draw People, step 1

The outline of the human figure. We need to figure out a few basic steps to build a human body. Note that human height is about 7 units of the head.

Step 2

How to draw People, step 2

Man is composed of head with neck, shoulders with collarbone, chest, abdomen, legs, and arms. Let's put all these parts to the figure, one by one. First draw an oval for the head, then another oval for shoulders and joints. Next draw two ovals set apart from each other. Then draw a thigh. The next step is to draw the hands and feet as shown.

Step 3

How to draw People, step 3

Now we need to clarify our initial strokes of pencil. The initial circles and ovals will be useful to you in drawing the general shape of the man.

Step 4

How to draw People, step 4

Remove the old contours and start to draw a person in detail in the following step.

Step 5

How to draw People, step 4

Learn how to draw People. Final step. Draw clothes, head, and hands. How to draw a human head with face can be found in another lesson on this site. You can use a pleated fabric for to the clothes. While drawing, you have to be able to picture the final image in your mind. In the Visual Arts, the most important thing is not the accuracy of proportions or lines of the drawing, but the main image as a whole. Some of the most important features to accentuate when drawing a person are his or her mood, character, and expression in the eyes.





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