Learn how to draw a great looking Boy Swimming with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Boy Swimming drawing.
Swimming is a sport virtually free of equipment - just add water. Swimming employs almost every muscle in the body and the low-impact nature of the exercise makes it especially good therapy for people who are recovering from injury or who have a physical disability.
Did you know? In ancient Greece and Rome, swimming was a required part of the schooling of male children. Romans built some of the world's first dedicated swimming pools.
In some Pacific cultures, children have historically been taught to swim even before they could walk.
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Our swimmer drawing guide pictures one of the earliest swimming techniques, called the sidestroke. This is accompanied by a leg motion called the scissor kick. This remains a competitive swimming stroke.
Would you like to learn to draw an athletic cartoon swimmer? This simple, step-by-step cartoon character drawing tutorial is here to teach you how. All you will need to create this drawing is a pencil, a good eraser, and a clean sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Boy Swimming
How to Draw a Great Looking Boy Swimming for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by outlining the boy's head. It is oval-shaped, but notice the slight protrusion that forms the chin. Draw a curved line across the middle to distinguish the swim cap from the face. Outline each of the almond-shaped eyes using a pair of curved lines. Shade a small circle between them to indicate the pupil. Then, draw a thick line above each eye to form the eyebrows.
Easy Boy Swimming Drawing - Step 2
2. Use curved lines to sketch the nose, mouth, and dimple of the chin. Then, use curved lines to draw the shoulder, pectoral muscle, upper arm, and lower arm.
Easy Boy Swimming Drawing - Step 3
3. Use overlapping curved lines to draw the outstretched hand and fingers. Then, use curved lines to draw the remaining arm.
Easy Boy Swimming Drawing - Step 4
4. Use curved lines to complete the arm, the hand, and the remaining pectoral muscle. Learn more about drawing muscles.
Easy Boy Swimming Drawing - Step 5
5. Use a long curved line to outline the torso. Shade a small oval and draw a curved line beside it to indicate the belly button. Then, use a pair of curved lines to outline the upper leg. Draw a curved line across the top of it, enclosing the swimwear called racing briefs.
Easy Boy Swimming Drawing - Step 6
6. Use curved lines to draw the front and bottom of the leg, finishing with the foot. Notice the small line that forms the dimple of the knee, and the short overlapping lines that form the toes. Draw a curved line to form the front of the remaining leg, bent at the knee.
Easy Boy Swimming Drawing - Step 7
7. Use curved lines to enclose the remaining lower leg and foot. Then, draw curved lines around the hand, legs, and feet to indicate the motions of the water.
Add More Details to Your Boy Swimming Picture - Step 8
8. Draw the waterline across the boy's chest, erasing as necessary. Use a series of curved lines to enclose the elongate, splashing shape. Texture the water with curved lines, and draw a small circle above it.
Complete the Outline of Your Boy Swimming Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw horizontal curved lines on each side of the splash to indicate the division between the water and the air. Draw inverted teardrop shapes above the foot to indicate splashing water, and ovals around the hands and feet to indicate bubbles.
Color Your Boy Swimming Drawing
Color your cartoon swimmer.
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