In this drawing lesson, you can learn how to draw a scarf. This lesson will be very simple and understandable for each of you.
I am glad to offer you a very exciting and useful drawing lesson in which I can tell and show you how to draw a scarf step by step.
This lesson I have developed specifically for children and beginner artists. I’m sure you’ll do great work with this!
The scarf that you will depict with this simple instruction is considered to be a very common type of scarf. Often, scarves of this type are used as an element of uniform for schoolchildren and students.
Thus, having learned how to draw this scarf, you can use your artistic skills if you want to draw any person or character that will wear this scarf.
In this lesson, you will depict the outline of the scarf, and then add stripes on it, the colors of which will alternate.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Scarf
- Start drawing the top outline of the scarf.
This step is going to be very simple, all you need to do is draw one curved line.
- Continue drawing the outline of the scarf.
Depict two crossed lines coming from the ends of the drawn line.
- Add two more scarf edges.
Draw two curved lines as shown.
- Depict the inside of the scarf.
Draw a small curved line across the top of the scarf, add a thin curved line at the top.
- Finish drawing the outline of the scarf.
Connect the bottom ends of the scarf outline lines with two lines as shown.
- Add the fringe at the bottom of the scarf.
Draw some tassels at the bottom of the scarf using semicircles, straight lines and zigzags.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Use the eraser to remove all unnecessary lines.
- Add details.
On the entire surface of the scarf, draw many wavy lines, as shown in the picture.
I remind you that you can download the PDF file that I have prepared especially for your convenience. This file contains a short version of this lesson and has additional useful training materials. Download this file so as not to lose it and return to this lesson at any time convenient for you.
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