How to Draw a Policeman 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
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
First of all, let’s outline an oval head and neck contour, going into the spine. Next, we draw a chest and a pelvis. With the help of simple lines outline the arms and legs. To learn more about human proportions, visit our beginner’s lesson on drawing men. Sketch the two lines above the head and move on to the next step.
Outline the shape of the neck and torso, slightly narrowed at the waist. Outline the triangular pelvis like in our example. Next, outline the arms and legs using very simple geometries. This stage is also described in great detail in the lesson on how to draw a man. Recall that in the first steps we should use very light lines.
Now let’s add some details to our police drawing. Let’s start with the head, outlining the glasses, the nose, and the mouth. A police hat and ears are also outlined on the head. Further, we move lower and outline the contours of the collar, tie, belt, pants and holster on the waist.
If your policeman’s “dummy” resembles ours, then start drawing the final data details, gradually eliminating unnecessary rules. We’ll start with the head and we’ll move down. First, carefully draw out the glasses, nose, and mouth. Next, draw the contours of the face and the angled police hat.
With the help of a few short strokes we draw the contours of the neck. Next, draw a long collar and tie. Draw the contour of the shoulder and body, don’t forget to draw the creases of the fabric, like in our example. On our chest were pockets and on the waist a gun in a holster.
Now let’s work with chi. Carefully draw the contours of the long sleeve, examining the creases of the fabric and the creases of the arm under the sleeve. Draw the hand like in our example and a badge on the shoulder, don’t forget to remove the unnecessary instructions from the arm.
If you’ve already drawn the upper part of the body, then it’s time to draw the lower part as well. In this step we will draw the outlines of the pants, considering the creases of the fabric and the curves of the legs under the clothes. That is, the pants must not be the same as two flat planks. Draw the contour of the shoe and remove all remaining unnecessary instructions from the police drawing.
The lesson on how to draw a policeman is almost done, and we just need to add some shadows, making our drawing more realistic and massive. First we define the light source, then we paint shadows in the least lighted areas by applying different densities. Denser bloom for the darkest areas and less dark for areas with less shade.
If you enjoyed this lesson and would like to learn how to draw representations of other professions, be sure to visit our directory titled “People” on HTDraw.com.