How to Draw a Person Bleeding

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How a person bleeds depends on the nature of the wound and its location. Learn how to draw a person bleeding with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey, what's up? It's Chris here and today we're going to be learning how to draw a person bleeding. Sounds simple enough. So, first things first. Let's start by drawing a person. I know, me and my kooky ears. Here's the chin, bringing the circle around. We initially drew a circle, an oval coming around to make the top of the head. Here's the ears with a line there, a line there. And here's another line for the brow. A line coming down for the nose. Another nostril, that line right there. Here's the eyes. And here's the mouth. We'll draw him a little smile. OK. So, let's see, he needs to bleed. So, the first thing we're going to do is we're going to draw a wound. I'm drawing these lines coming back to show the edges of the skin are disrupted, right. Then we'll switch to another color. The closest thing I have to red is pink. But if you have red, that's what it's all about. So, what you do is you draw little pieces of the red coming down and as it gets further down you can just go in to drops. And you can fill in this wound with your pink. Get as close as you want to the line. But with this you want to try and stay a little accurate. So, that way you can show that it's a wound. Also, we'll just have some blood coming out his nose. He's been in a terrible accident. And with the blood you like little spots. You take your little marker and use little dabs of it, like such. And some lines by the eyes, and on he brow line which shows he's sad. These little things here shows that he's reacting to the fact that he's bleeding. And there you have it. I'm Chris and this is how you draw a person bleeding.

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