In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw a hoodie on someone. This lesson will be very useful and exciting for you.
I am happy to offer you a great drawing lesson in which I will tell you how to draw a hoodie on someone in just nine easy steps. Any novice artist or child can easily complete this lesson, as it does not contain any difficult-to-follow elements.
With the help of this drawing lesson, you will be able to practice drawing people and clothes.
I am sure that many of you have hoodies in your closet and love to wear this piece of clothing.
In doing this drawing lesson, you will depict a young guy with a short haircut, dressed in a hoodie. He stands straight and smiles, his hands are in his pockets, and the pillars are spread apart. This is one of the most popular human postures.
By learning how to draw a hoodie on someone, you can also draw some other person or character wearing a hoodie and standing in the same pose. If you are ready to get started, then I recommend that you check if you have all the art supplies prepared, and then carefully follow these instructions.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Hoodie on Someone
- Draw the outline of the head and torso of the person.
Depict the head as an oval, and also add a shape that looks like a deformed oval below it.
- Add the neck, ears, and hair.
Connect the previously drawn shapes with short lines, add arcs and curved lines on the head.
- Depict the facial features of the person.
Inside the head draw the eyes, eyebrows, nose, and mouth using ovals and curved lines.
- Sketch out the person’s hands.
From the right and left sides, draw curved lines and connect their ends with straight lines.
- Draw elements to the hoodie.
Depict the hood, two drawstrings hanging down, and the lines at the waist.
- Add the outlines of the lower limbs.
To draw the legs of the person, draw several straight lines of varying lengths below his torso.
- Draw the bottom of the legs and shoes.
Depict short, straight lines to draw the legs and then draw the shoes as shown.
- Correct inaccuracies.
You can use the eraser to remove unnecessary elements and prepare the drawing for coloring.
- Color the drawing.
Use gray and blue to color the clothes and shoes. Color the skin, eyes, and hair with any color.
For your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file in which you can find a short version of this tutorial and additional useful materials for completing it. Download this file to return to the lesson at any time.