How to draw Boobs easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawings for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Breasts are a symbol of women, some women care a lot about their bust size, but I prefer a not-too-big size for women’s breasts, check out some A~E models here .
Number A is sized for young women around 10~13 years old. Number B is about the rapid growth of breasts for ages 16 and up. No. C Is about adult women’s breast size, it’s very sexy and beautiful, also seen on most celebrities/cartoons. No D mainly appears on heroines and strong characters. They are also suitable for super sexy women. No. E Very exaggerated, so does not fit the frame of the body. Larger breasts at this stage require a larger body frame rather than flat or fat breasts. I don’t recommend drawing breasts at this size because it’s TOO exaggerated…
Start by drawing the background for the figures you are trying to draw. Start by drawing circles for the ends, then draw square-framed bodies. Add the central ‘line of motion’ on the body as its vertebrae. For the square upper body, add 2 circles like the woman’s breasts as shown here, try sketching from other angles and think about 3D here.
Outline the body contour as shown here.
After removing the sketchy lines, you can see different views of the chest here. Remember, gravity will always act on the human body, so will the breasts. Think about the poses and how gravity will work before you pursue drawing it.
Now I’m using No.A as my model to outline the body contour and show the final drawing here.
Now I present 6 different angles of women pose here in basic shapes for body frame. Think about the forces of gravity we talked about earlier and how they will affect your children.
Then move on to the right details to practice your female body drawing skills.
Follow the body contour to outline details such as the face, clothes. hair and so on
With the lines cleaned, you’re done! I hope this lesson has helped!