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In this drawing lesson I’ll teach you how to draw a hoodie, from two different angles: Back and side!
Watch the video, and then read on.
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The main thing that makes drawing hoodies special is… you guessed it – the hood!
The rest of the hoodie works just like any other sweater / shirt. Folds are mainly around the armpits, shoulders and waist.
For a good beginner’s guide, check out my book on drawing folds and clothes on Amazon.
Here are a few tips on drawing the hood
Remember the hood comes out the back of the hoodie (confusing, huh? =P). It is actually connected to the back, right below the back side of the neck.
Here is what it looks like when it’s resting on the back.
Notice how the cloth bunches up, creating many folds.
Also, remember that if your character tilts its head, the hood will move with it.
Here is an example:
In this example, the guy’s head is turned to the right, causing the hood to stretch. This causes that LONG diagonal fold.
Also, notice how the back of the hood is usually more abundant in folds.
This happens because the excess cloth tends to move there.
This is all there is to it! Practice drawing hoodies from different angles, and with different positions of the hood itself.
And let me know if you have any questions regarding how to draw a hoodie, or in general.
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