How to draw a Bag (Hand bag) with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. As always, this tutorial will be very simple, but in the end, you will get a very realistic drawing of a bag.
Please see Bag (Hand bag) drawing tutorial in the video below
Bag (Hand bag) Drawing Step by Step
To draw a bag correctly, you should first draw its general outline. We remind you that at the first stage you should not press too hard on the pencil. We need all the outlines created at the beginning to place the bag on a piece of paper correctly and indicate its size.
Now it’s time to turn the shapeless lines into something more like a bag drawing. First, use a long, smooth line to draw the cover of the bag. Next, sketch a visible buckle and a long strap. The lines must still be light because here we are only sketching the position and shape of the bag’s details.
Now draw the lock in the middle. Furthermore, give the bag a more voluminous appearance, depicting the side edge with a long, smooth line. The preparations are ready, now it’s time to move on to the details.
Now, using clear and dark lines, carefully draw the flap and buckle of the bag. To make this accessory look more realistic, draw the seams with dashed lines.
Now do the same operation, but with the belt, that is, using clear and finished lines, circle this part of the bag. And in the same way, draw the seams with dashed lines.
Now, using the same smooth and thick lines, draw on the rest of the bag, giving it a finished look. Draw folds on the side of the bag to create a more realistic feel.
So, as we said, it’s the shadows that will help your bag drawing look really massive. To add shadows, first identify the light source. Then, with that in mind, start adding shadows, going from the darkest to the lightest areas. Recall that in the article about light and shadows we talked in enough detail about what shadows are and how to draw them correctly.
So the tutorial on how to draw a bag has ended. Today we drew a bag with a classic shape. We hope you enjoyed this lesson. Stay tuned and wait for new tutorials on HTdraw.com