I am sure that a very simple step-by-step lesson on how to draw a cowboy boot will be interesting and useful for you.
A new drawing lesson has been prepared for you, in which you will learn how to draw a cowboy boot step by step. Cowboy boots refer to a specific style of riding boots. Previously, they were only worn by North American cowboy shepherds, but over time this type of shoe became generally available.
Cowboy boots have a high, beveled heel, a rounded or pointed toe, and a high bootleg. These boots are often made of leather. Sometimes cowboy boots are equipped with spurs. Spurs refer to horse riding aids.
I think you were interested to know this information about this type of shoe. Now let’s start drawing the cowboy boot.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Cowboy Boot
- Draw the upper outline of the boot.
Sketch out this using a curved arcuate line.
- Add the outline of the boot on the right side.
To depict the top of the boot on the right, draw a straight line.
- Depict the outline of the top of the boot on the left.
You can draw this element opposite to the previously drawn contour using a slightly curved line.
- Draw the remaining outline of the top of the boot.
Sketch out this using curved lines on the right and left sides.
- Add the outline of the sole of the boot.
Draw the outline of the heel and the toe of the boot using curved lines.
- Add a line separating the sole of the boot from the top.
You can draw this with a curved line along the length of the sole of the boot.
- Sketch out the outline of the spur.
Draw this at the bend of the leg using curved lines.
- Add decorative elements.
Depict circles of different sizes on the spur, and also add a curved line at the top of the boot.
- Color the drawing.
Use shades of brown and gray to color the cowboy boot.
So, the lesson on how to draw a cowboy boot is complete. You can ask your questions and suggest ideas for new drawing lessons. For your convenience, I have created a PDF that contains a short version of this tutorial. Download and print this file to return to it even without an internet connection.