How to Draw a Leather Jacket on a Model

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When drawing a leather jacket it will be helpful to draw a model wearing said jacket. Draw a leather jacket on a model with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Rosalie and I'm an artist, and I'm going to show you how to draw a leather jacket on a model. So, I'm going to start with the head. A model is really just any person that's wearing clothes to show them, but typically they're tall and thin. Although, they do come in all shapes. So, I'm just drawing in some hair there, and there's her neck, and here's her shoulders in the leather jacket. I'm going to draw a motorcycle style leather jacket, which has broad shoulders and tapered waist. And it has those zipper on the side, and it comes across like that. Well, actually closer to the neck, to make a collar. And then, it comes like that, and has snaps. And the other side goes like this, underneath. And there's a zipper, continues up, there's the zipper, there's the zipper pull. There's like a breast pocket and then, there's pockets here. And there's like a little belt that comes, that, it's like a little side belt that comes around like that. O.k., so, and there's like that, and there's like some wrinkles where the leather creases. Leather jackets are cool and they protect you when you're doing dangerous stuff too, so they're useful. And here's her hands, it's like, on her leg. She's got a skirt on, and she's sort of modeling, but she just seems posing. And there's her legs, let's say, she's got motorcycle boots on. And they have like a strap like that, with a ring and a little thing there. And there's the other one, and there's the strap and the ring, and there's like a seam. So, she's all tough, with all of her motorcycle gear on, she's ready for trouble. And there's her shirt on, underneath. And that's how I draw a leather jacket on a model.


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