How to Draw a Realistic Hoodie

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Drawing a realistic hoodie means that you're trying to capture the essence of the hoodie as accurately as possible. Draw a realistic hoodie with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Daisy. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a realistic hoodie. I'm just going to draw a man from the top of his body up, just do two lines coming down. This will be his torso, a circle for the head, shoulders, broad shoulders coming out and then follow the lines down for his arms. Depending on what type of hoodie it is it could be a zippered hoodie, I'm not going to do that. I'm just going to do one that's a full sweatshirt. I'm going to draw the top of the hood like so. It's like a teardrop sort of shape or the bottom of a heart even. Then the hood is going to sit off his head kind of to the side, that would be where his T shirt underneath would sit and then the hood would have a lot of shading in it. And just lots of little curved lines to show the fabric changes in the hood and shade underneath as the hood comes over the top of the actual sweater and just different shading areas. Now for realistic in the side arms, we can create the same type of shading look, just little lines that can be creases or even just shadows depending on how much detail you want. You usually have little tousles, just a couple squiggly lines and just keep shading until you've got the amount of curves that you want and the right sort of creases. And there you go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw a realistic hoodie.


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