Learn how to draw a bow tie with this easy tutorial. Start this lesson and get useful skills in just eight steps!
Now you will learn how to draw a bow tie. This is a versatile type of tie that can be worn by both men and women.Such a tie consists of a fabric ribbon that is tied around the collar in a symmetrical knot. There are two types of bow ties.
In the first case, you need to tie a knot and form a bow yourself, and in the second case, the bow is formed in advance, and such a tie is fixed on the shirt with a fastener or with an elastic band.
The picture shows a beautiful bow tie that has a knot in the middle and two folds of fabric on the sides. It looks very elegant.You can easily draw such a tie if you are careful and patient. The lesson consists of several simple steps, each of which involves one simple action.
The skills you will learn in this lesson will be useful to you in the future, because such an object can be used in various other situations. For example, you can easily draw a bow on a dress or on your hair, since this object has the same shape.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Bow Tie
- Draw the sides of the knot.
Depict two identical lines at some distance from each other.
- Add the other sides of the knot.
Draw two wavy lines at the top and bottom.
- Start drawing the side parts of the tie.
Draw two symmetrical lines from the knot, as shown in the example.
- Add the curve of the fabric on the other side.
Repeat the previous step and draw the same lines on the other side.
- Sketch out the side outline.
Connect two lines with one smooth line.
- Add the side outline on the other side.
Repeat the previous step and draw about the same line on the other side.
- Depict the folds.
From the knot, draw a few short lines on each side.
- Color the bow tie.
You will need a bright blue color or any other color of your choice.
The bow tie is ready! You can now download a PDF of the short version of this guide. Thanks to this, the lesson will be available to you at any time, even in the absence of the Internet.