How to draw a gymnast easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Let’s start with the gymnast’s skeleton, depicting the head, chest, and pelvis in a simple oval form. The spine and limbs should be outlined in the form of simple straight lines.
Now draw a horizontal line of the eye and connect the head to the chest with the help of the cylindrical neck. Next, connecting the chest and pelvis forms the body.
Using cylinders, depicting arms and legs, and with the help of balls, create joints. In the same step, don’t forget to create arms and legs.
We proceed to detail the education teacher drawing. Repeat the face profiles as the Easydrawingart.com artists did in the artwork below. In the same stage, describe an ear.
Use a few curls, depicting the outlines of the hair. At the top, depicting a bun. But of course, the hairstyle could be in our example or have a different shape.
Use a few simple lines describing fingers and toes. Try to repeat the elegance and beauty of the movements, as portrayed by Easydrawingart.com’s artists.
So it’s time to work on the details of the gymnast drawing. Using an eraser, wipe the guidelines off your head and redraw the athlete pattern with a darker pencil or ink.
Now let’s do the same with the body. Using the eraser, wipe off all body lines and gently draw out the gym athlete’s tracks with a darker pencil or ink.
So for now it’s still just to draw gymnast athletes. To do this, you can use paint, crayons or even highlighters. You can use the color palette shown in the examples from Easydrawingart.com artists or use your own.
It was very smooth but to be honest we have reached the end of the tutorial on how to draw a gymnast. For a more realistic picture, remember to depict details such as the creases in the clothing, muscles and joints under the skin. You can also add some shadows to make the athlete painting look better and more realistic.