Knowing how to draw a bow, particularly one with a shape so it doesn’t look flat, can be useful for various reasons.
Have you ever wished to add a bow to a box but couldn’t do so? Then a quick one with a marker and crayon can serve as a suitable substitute. Simply painting a bow on a plain paper-wrapped item can give a parcel, school poster, or birthday present an immediate festive air.
Using recycled paper is an even better method of being environmentally conscious. You will reduce the number of single-use items and instead create a present with a handcrafted appearance.
And that is always fashionable. This nine-step lesson on drawing a bow will have you drawing this fantastic cute thing in no time.
Step By Step Guide On How To Draw A Bow
Firstly, draw a curve circle shape as shown in the reference image to start drawing the bow.
Now draw the right side shape of the bow to make it look realistic.
Also, draw a butterfly shape on the left side of the bow, as shown in the reference image.
Complete the bow outline by extending the butterfly shapes on the right and left sides.
Now, we will draw the bottom section of the bow to make it look realistic.
Draw curvy shapes on the right and left sides of the bottom of the bow. Don’t forget to check reference images.
Now, it’s time to add the final details in the bow’s drawing to make it look realistic.
Add striped patterns on the bow’s inner side to make it look realistic and beautiful.
Also, add patterns on the bow’s bottom side. Don’t forget to check reference images.
Our step-by-step tutorials on how to draw a bow are now complete! We truly hope that following these instructions made the creation of this painting significantly simpler than you thought. In addition to being useful, we hope you found it entertaining!
Now that you have completed the guide, you can add personal touches to your artwork and continue to have fun. You can bring the artwork to life by drawing some accessories and a bright background like we have suggested. There are numerous options for your drawing, so be as creative as possible!
List Of Equipment Used For This Drawing
- For Outline: Black Pencil and Marker – Click Here For Pencils | Click Here For Markers
- For Coloring: Colored Pencils and Colored Markers – Click Here For Colored Pencils | Click Here For Colored Markers
- Drawing Paper and Sketchbook: Mixed Media Sketchbook – Click Here For Sketchbook
- Electric Pencil Sharpener – Click Here For Sharpeners
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