The first stethoscope was invented in 1816 by the famous French physician Rene Laennec. I would like to show you how to draw a stethoscope.
I am happy to offer you a new very exciting drawing lesson. This time you will learn how to draw a stethoscope. A stethoscope is a medical diagnostic device that is used to listen to the heart, lungs, bronchi, and other organs.
The first stethoscope was invented back in 1816. A stethoscope has become a real symbol of medicine, as it is currently the most recognizable medical instrument.
So let’s get down to the stethoscope drawing tutorial.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Stethoscope
- Draw the outer outline of the metal arcs.
Portray the arcs using curved lines, as shown in the picture.
- Depict the inner outline of the metal arcs.
Like the outer outline, draw the inner outline of the arcs.
- Add the junction of the stethoscope acoustic paths.
Create this detail using a curved line, as shown in the example.
- Draw the top outline of the sound tube.
Depict the contour of the stethoscope sound line with a curved line.
- Portray the bottom contour of the sound line.
Similar to the previous step, draw the lower contour of the sound line with a curved line.
- Add the outer outline of the acoustic head of the stethoscope.
Draw this part as a circle at the end of the sound tube, as shown in the picture.
- Portray the earpieces.
At the ends of the metal arcs, depict the earpieces of the stethoscope.
- Draw the inside of the acoustic head of the stethoscope.
Create it as a circle smaller than the outer outline of the acoustic head.
- Color the finished drawing.
You will need light blue, as well as blue or gray.
Your drawing is ready! You did a great job of drawing a stethoscope! I hope it was easy and you enjoyed following the stethoscope drawing tutorial. I’m sure your drawings are getting better every time. You can use the drawing skills you learned this time in your next projects.
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