Learn how to draw a kimono with this tutorial. This guide is very helpful and contains only nine simple steps.
In this lesson, you will learn how to draw a kimono. This is a traditional Japanese dress that resembles a robe with very wide sleeves.
This type of clothing arose a long time ago, but over time, fashion has undergone great changes, and now in Japan, they wear completely different clothes, and kimonos are worn only during holidays and official events.
Kimono is a long garment that is fastened with a wide belt. In general, these clothes are comfortable and a person feels comfortable in such an outfit. The kimono is worn by both men and women, there is only some difference in the model.
Typically, a kimono pattern is rectangular in shape and consists of four strips of fabric, with two parts covering the body and sleeves sewn from two parts.
In the picture, you see a plain kimono with a contrasting belt. In your drawing, you can use the same colors, or you can choose any other shades at your discretion.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Kimono
- Draw the top.
Add a curly line to draw the collar and shoulders.
- Depict the belt.
Draw two vertical lines on the sides and cross lines between them.
- Add the main body of the kimono.
Draw two vertical lines and connect them together at the bottom to make a large rectangle.
- Sketch out one sleeve.
On the left, depict several lines of the same shape as shown in the example.
- Draw the second sleeve.
Repeat the previous step and draw the similar sleeve on the other side.
- Add details.
Depict a few smooth lines across the top of the kimono to indicate the collar.
- Sketch out the folds.
On the left side, draw three smooth lines on the sleeve.
- Add more folds.
Depict the fold on the main part and on the second sleeve.
- Color the drawing.
Use yellow and orange or any other colors.
You can now download the PDF file for free, which I have prepared for your convenience. This file contains a short version of the lesson and additional tools. Use this file whenever you feel like drawing.
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