How to draw feet with high heels Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial 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
Start with drawing the legs of your model. Leave some free space to draw the legs and mark the floor level. From the bottom up, draw a Centerline as long as the first half. If you are not drawing the entire shape but only the feet, the width of the legs just above the ankle should be 4x. Use a small point to mark the middle of the line.
This tutorial showed my stilettos drawing technique quite impressive and extreme. If you want to draw a more comfortable heel, simply move the “clock hand” to 3:40
In the upper corner of the ellipse draw a circle. Use the dimensions of the ellipse for reference. In the lower corner, draw an ellipse that touches the Centerline. Clock line 2:35 must go through the middle part of the ellipse. This is for the toes.
Connecting the circle and the ellipse draw the arch of the foot. Note that under the heel is a straight curve. Mark the position of the ankle. It is closer to the Centerline than the footline.
Draw the ankle and connect the heel to the foot. Draw a triangle under the heel. We will use it as a guide for the heel. Drag a horizontal line from the middle line of the heel circle and mark the ellipse between the toes.
Draw the heel. Use a small triangle to help you with the arch and make sure your heels are perpendicular to the ground. Use the lines from step 5 to construct the instep curve. The line drawn from the circle should mark the most protruding part of the instep.
Complete the toe box and draw the “clockwork” just 1:35 this time.
Refine the shoe contour. One thing to keep in mind when strapping your heels to your feet is to make sure you wrap them around your feet at all times.
I hope my stilettos technique worked for you and that you enjoyed this tutorial. I know it helps me wherever I go for my fashion paintings. If the results are not perfect the first time, be patient and try a few more times. Alternatively, you can always use my ready-made shoe template to draw your design if you get stuck.