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How to Draw a Jacket

Now you will learn how to draw a jacket. In this lesson, I will give you some useful tips and skills you can apply in the future.

simple jacket drawing
how to draw a jacket step by step

I have prepared a new interesting lesson for you, which relates to the subject of clothing. Here I will show in detail how to draw a jacket step by step. The jacket consists of several elements that you can easily draw.

Memorize all the drawing steps so that you can easily draw such clothes when necessary, for example, when you want to draw a human figure.

The style of the jacket can be very different. This picture shows a simple model that has chest pockets, buttons, collar, cuffs, and hem.

For coloring, you can use the same colors as in the example or use any other colors of your choice.


  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Eraser
  • Coloring supplies

Time needed: 30 minutes

How to Draw a Jacket

  1. Draw the outline of the jacket.

    Determine the size of the drawing and draw a rectangle.how to draw a jacket for kids

  2. Depict the shoulders.

    Draw a smooth rounded line on each side.jacket drawing lesson

  3. Sketch out the collar.

    Using a few smooth lines draw the collar of the same shape as in the example.jacket drawing tutorial

  4. Add the clasp.

    Depict a straight vertical line and draw the buttons on the side in sequence.jacket drawing guide

  5. Draw the bottom of the jacket.

    Continue the lines and add the bottom part which is rectangular in shape.how to draw a jacket for kindergarten

  6. Sketch out the cuffs.

    Draw the cuff at the bottom of each sleeve.how to draw a cartoon jacket

  7. Add the chest pockets.

    The pockets are square and fastened with the buttons. how to draw a cute jacket

  8. Correct inaccuracies.

    Carefully remove unnecessary lines.jacket drawing for kids

  9. Color the jacket.

    Use brown and beige.simple jacket drawing

The lesson is over and now you know how to draw a jacket step by step. You can draw several more models of jackets, each time slightly changing the style, for example, the shape of the pockets.

As a reminder, you can download a PDF file that contains a short version of the lesson and additional useful materials. This will help you return to the lesson at any time.

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