How to Draw a Camo Design

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"Camo" is a term that is short for "camouflage." Draw a camo design with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Daisy. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw camo design. I'm going to show in a pair of pants. So let's create the pants. You don't have to be too straight with the pants, put some belt loops in, an L for the fly. You can even put a little line there to show where the belt would go. Okay so onto the camo design. Now this is just a collection of shapes any way you want but we generally want to follow an organic sort of line so I'm just going to create lots of little organic shapes that fit together. This is quite fun because you can just let your wrist do the work, moving your whole arm, just do whatever comes int your mind for different shapes. You can do bigger shapes and some smaller ones on the inside. We keep going all the way around until you fill in the whole pant with lots of organic squiggles. We'll go all the way up to the top as well because the whole pant is going to be camouflaged, even on the belt loops. So that's all the outline. I'm actually going to color them in but not all of them because camo is usually three different colors. The most common is going to be green, brown and tan or you can get a white one which is white, gray and brown or black, it depends. That's for the snow. So we'll just fill in whichever ones we want and they can even hit the other ones. It doesn't have to be all separated. This one is a nice big green one. Then we're going to bring in orange which is kind of like brown, fill in some of the other spots and then we'll get our three colors. We're going to make this belt loop orange over here but this one's going to stay a different color. Let's make this one the last one to color in orange. It's a nice big one and there we go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw camo design.


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