How to Draw Shoes on a Standing Person

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A shoe rests on a person's feet differently when they are standing versus when they are sitting. Draw shoes on a standing person with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Al Krakosky and I'm an artist. Today, I'm going to show you how to draw shoes on a standing person. We're going to start off with our person. You do an oval for his head. I'm not going to put any detail in the face. So we're just going to draw a curved line down and a curved line across where his eyes would be. We'll give him ears too, a rectangle for his neck and his shoulders and we'll give him a shirt with a little bit of waviness to it and his arms would be bent and on his side. Okay, for his legs, we want to give him jeans, same thing, he's going to have wavy clothing and now for the shoe. We're going to do one shoe pointing sideways and one pointing forward. So for that you want to draw a trapezoid for the sideways shoe. A trapezoid with rounded points for the toe and a rounded point for the back. You have a tongue sticking up and a curve down for the top of the shoe. Over here, we'll start with the tongue and you have a curved line down, a curved line down on this side and get wider the further you get down and a curve on the bottom, a curved line right here for the crease. And we'll go back and draw the sole and follow this same shape and the same on this side and for your laces, just do lines across. You can go back in and do some shading, add some designs and just get creative with it. And that is how you draw shoes on a standing person. Thank you for watching and keep on drawing.


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