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How to Draw the Male Torso, Chest, Arms- Step by Step

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Uploaded on Sep 12, 2010

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Today, I am going to give you step by step instruction to help you draw the male upper body. All you will need are drawing tools and some tenacity. Be sure to pause the video at the end of each step and observe each reference image that I give you. After we get through the steps, I will guide you through the shading process. Many people who have never drawn before have had a lot of success with my step by step videos.....and you will too. Lets begin.

Step 1.) Draw the shape that you see. Notice that it is curved at the bottom. Also be sure to notice the W shape at the top. Make sure that you notice that the left part of the W is smaller than the part on the right.

Step 2.) Lengthen the W to form the chest muscles. Also add the shadow lines below each chest muscle.

Step 3.) Step three is a tricky step. Add the line to complete the shape for the arm and shoulders. Take extra time to observe during this step.

Step 4.) Complete the arms. Notice that each upper arm is wider than the lower arm but both parts are rounded in shape.

Steps 5,6,7,8 are all smaller details that I added for shadows. Do not stress out over these steps. Expect your placement to be close rather than perfect. In other words, try to place them as accurately as possible but know that they do not have to be placed perfectly for you to have a successful drawing.

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