In this tutorial you will learn how to draw combat boots. If you complete this lesson, you will acquire useful skills.
So, before you is a simple instruction on how to draw combat boots. I tried to make the lesson as simple and understandable as possible so that any novice artist can quickly cope with this creative task.
In the picture you see a combat boot that has a lace up front and a high sole. This boot fits snugly to the foot, and it is convenient to move on any ground in it.
Be careful while working and remember all the drawing steps so that in the future you can draw such a boot if necessary, for example, when you want to draw a soldier or traveler in such shoes.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Combat Boots
- Draw the bottom outline of the boot.
Determine the size of your drawing and draw a smooth, curved line.
- Add the front and back of the boot.
Continue adding outline and use curved lines to draw the toe, heel, and shaft.
- Depict the top of the boot.
With the help of several lines, sketch out the upper contour.
- Sketch out the details of the boot.
On the boot, add some lines to represent the individual components.
- Draw the sole.
With the help of jagged lines depict the high sole with spikes.
- Depict holes for lacing.
Consistently depict the small identical holes along the front contour of the boot.
- Add the rest of the elements.
With the help of short lines draw the laces, depict the firmware on the details of the boot.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Look carefully at the drawing and correct the mistakes if necessary.
- Color the drawing.
For coloring, you will need different shades of brown.
So the fascinating lesson on how to draw combat boots has come to an end. I hope that you were attentive and accurate at every stage of drawing, and you like the result of the work. For your convenience, I have pre-created a PDF file that contains instructions and additional training materials necessary for the effective implementation of this lesson. Download the file and draw at any convenient time.
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