A super simple step-by-step lesson on how to draw a blazer for kindergarten is ready. Start the lesson and enjoy drawing.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw a blazer for kindergarten. This lesson will be very easy for you, even if you are a child or an artist with very little experience.
A blazer is a wardrobe item. A blazer is the upper part of a classic suit. This item of clothing is considered very stylish, it is worn by both men and women at various official events or in everyday life.
A blazer is a type of jacket, but it is made from a rougher material. A feature of the blazer is the presence of a turn-down collar. It fastens with buttons. There are different types of blazers, depending on their cut. Also, the blazer can be presented in various colors.
Let’s get down to drawing the blazer step by step.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 15 minutes.
How to Draw a Blazer for Kindergarten
- Draw the outline of the blazer.
Depict a trapezoid-like shape, wider at the top and narrower at the bottom.
- Sketch out the sleeves.
Draw them using curved and straight lines as shown.
- Depict the outline of the collar of the blazer.
At the top of the blazer, draw the outline of the collar with straight lines and one curved line.
- Draw the inner details of the blazer.
Depict pockets, the inside of the collar, and other details of the blazer.
- Color the drawing.
To color the blazer, you will need blue and gray.
So, you have made a step-by-step drawing of the blazer. I am sure that you did an excellent job with this job and did not face any major difficulties. If you have any questions while drawing, be sure to ask them in the comments. I welcome your feedback on this guide and suggestions for future guides. You can share this drawing lesson with your friends and draw with them. Don’t forget to follow us on social media.
I hasten to remind you that, by tradition, I have prepared a short version of this lesson in PDF format for your convenience. After downloading this file, you can return to this lesson whenever you want, even in the absence of the Internet.