Steps on How to Draw the Circulatory System

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You can draw the circulatory system by breaking it down into a basic, step-by-step process. Learn the steps to draw the circulatory system with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, Chris here and today, I'm going to show you how to draw the circulatory system. So, what I'm going to do, is I'm going to start off drawing just an outline of the head here. Because you've got to get an outline of the body. There's the neck, you've got the shoulders, arms kind of come down, like that. Because she's going to be like, spread out her arms, I guess. Put the fingers, bring it back up to the armpit, here. Same thing on the other side, and bring that back up for the armpits, down to the waist. And then, lines down here for the feet. Bring this up, this is the groin area here, and the leg down the other side. Alright guys, now that we have our outline here. What I'm going to do is, I'm going to take my pink marker, if you have a red one, that's the best. But I'm just going to draw an outline of the heart here, and it's usually just a little bit to the center, but upper in the chest. So, it's about right here. So, I'm going to draw a heart, I'm just going to draw kind of an oval shape. And then, what I'm going to do is, I'm going to take my pink marker and I'm going to start branching this out here. And bring a line, kind of, down here, just to the wrist. And then, I'm going to bring another from that same area, down here, into where the wrist is. I'm going to bring a line up to the side of the head here, and a line up to the side here. And the important thing to remember when you're drawing circulatory system, is there's a lot of different branches of veins and things that are criss-crossing and stuff. So, it's best to use two colors, I'm going to use blue and red. You're going to take a, start where the heart is, again and kind of bring this down in an arc here. And we're going to bring this down to the groin area, which is right about here. And then, we're going to branch off again into both legs. And kind of just weave it along, and weave it along here as well. And then, we're going to do a couple veins just kind of branching out there and branching out there. Then, I'm going to take my handy blue marker, and I'm going to start at the heart again. And kind of follow this along the side, make sure you're following very closely to those original pink lines. And back down into the wrist. And then, the arms have a lot of different veins in them. So, you're going to want to make a lot of criss-crossing, criss-crossing veins and things, once you get into the middle of the arms. And I'll do the same thing on the other side. And stay close to that original line and then, start branching off, same thing up here. And then, when you get to the heart, I'm going to have another line that kind of arcs away from that original line. And then, comes together, about, where the waist is. Bring it back to the groin area here and then, we're going to follow these lines along pretty, pretty closely. And so some branching out, and the same thing on the other side. And there you guys, that is your circulatory system. So, good luck and stay creative.


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