How to Draw an Ottoman With Tassels

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When drawing an ottoman with tassels you must first start out by drawing an oval on top. Draw an ottoman with tassels 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 an ottoman with tassels. So we're going to draw an oval on the top. We're going to start on the bottom of the oval though and go around to the top. It's going to be cushioned so it's not going to be a perfect oval. So once we reach this, curve up on this side, curve up on this side and do one in the middle in front of the two to give that cushioned look. Then come on the side here a little ways and then you curve across following this line to make a little bit of a border and along this border are where the tassels are going to go but we'll get to that last. So we'll come down here even further on both sides and then curve across to make yourself a little bit of a cylinder, a small cylinder which is going to be our ottoman. For the tassels, all you have to do is draw a circle and this fabric, these lines coming down for the tassels. We're going to do that all across this border here. So we're going to start off draw one there and then the lines, one here, then the lines and try to space them apart evenly like so, a few more here like that and then after you have those in there, you can go back in, add some shading and some detailing. Your ottoman can look very different than mine. They all look kind of different. The textures will all be different, the designs will be different. So this is a very basic one. You can design these however you like. I'm going to add some more design here, let's say there's little fabrics hanging off the sides and the fabrics will look different depending on what kind of texture you have on your fabric. But that is the basic design for an ottoman with tassels. That's it, thank you for watching and keep on drawing.


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