In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw jeans step by step. This simple lesson consists of nine steps with a detailed description.
I am glad to offer you this useful and exciting drawing lesson, with which you will learn how to draw jeans step by step. This lesson was created specifically for beginner artists and children, so you will not be faced with the implementation of too complex elements and can easily cope with this work.
The object of this drawing is an element of clothing that is familiar to each of you. By learning how to draw jeans with the help of this instruction, you will be able to depict any person or character who will be wearing jeans.
So, jeans are trousers made of thick denim. This type of clothing is considered the most comfortable and frequently used. Initially, jeans were made as work clothes because they were very durable, did not hinder movement, and wore out very slowly.
However, then jeans became fashionable and today these practical trousers have conquered the whole world. Now there are many types of jeans. They can have a loose fit or be narrow and tight, jeans can be elongated or shortened, have a low waist or, conversely, high.
I am sure that you are already very interested in this lesson and want to start drawing right now. Then I suggest you prepare your art supplies, and then follow my instructions carefully and enjoy the creative process.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Jeans
- Draw the side edges of the legs of the jeans.
To complete this simple step, you need to draw two slightly curved lines, as shown in the picture.
- Add the top of the jeans.
Now you need to connect the top edges of the previously drawn lines with a curved line.
- Depict the inner contours of the legs.
To add the inside of the jeans, draw a long, curved line as shown.
- Sketch out the bottom contours of the legs.
Using two small lines, connect the lower ends of the previously drawn curved lines.
- Add a line of belt and fly.
Use a straight line, an arc, and a thin, curved line to add these elements.
- Draw the button and belt elements.
Depict the button in the form of a circle, and also add the same short lines at the level of the belt.
- Add the outlines of the jeans pockets.
On the right and left sides of the jeans, draw curved lines near the belt line.
- Make the drawing more realistic.
To make the jeans look more realistic and voluminous, add thin, curved lines.
- Color the drawing.
To color the jeans, you will need blue.
For your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file in which you can find a short version of this tutorial and additional useful materials for completing it. Download this file to return to the lesson at any time.