Learn how to draw a great looking Jacket with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a beautiful Jacket.
Jackets come in many shapes and sizes. Both men and women wear jackets, and they can be formal or casual in style.
The jacket in our drawing guide is versatile as well. It could be a...
- Varsity jacket, also called letter jackets or letterman jackets, worn by high school and college athletes to represent their teams.
- Bomber jacket or flight jacket, originally designed for military pilots but now popular as a casual style.
- A leather jacket, often worn by motorcyclists and popularized by mid-century movie stars such as James Dean.
- A windbreaker or tracksuit jacket, often worn by athletes.
In popular culture, especially in music, television, and film, performers have worn some very memorable jackets.
Scroll down for a downloadable PDF of this tutorial.
Among these are the leather jacket worn by Fonzie on the television series Happy Days, and the Pink Ladies' jackets of the cult classic Grease.
Would you like to draw a jacket? This easy, step-by-step clothing drawing tutorial is here to help.
All you will need is a pencil or pen and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Jacket
How to Draw a Great Looking Jacket for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing two loosely parallel, vertical curved lines. These outline the front opening of the jacket.
Easy Jacket Drawing - Step 2
2. Beginning at the bottom of the jacket opening, extend a long line running loosely parallel to the jacket opening. As it reaches the top of the opening, allow the line to curve outward, forming a point as it curves back in. Repeat this three times, forming a larger triangular protrusion each time. This forms the collar lapel, collar notch, and front upper collar of the jacket. Then, run the line over the jacket opening. Form points as the line descends, creating a near-mirror image of the first side. Attach the line to the bottom of the jacket opening.
Easy Jacket Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw a pair of curved lines spanning the top of the jacket opening, and at the bottom of the opening. Within the upper set of lines, enclose a small rectangle to form the jacket's tag.
Easy Jacket Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a set of short, curved, parallel lines descending from each side of the jacket opening. Draw a circle at the end of each, followed by a smaller circle. These represent the zipper or other closures to secure the jacket tightly.
Easy Jacket Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw a long line to one side of the jacket. At its top, form a "V" using a short line to detail the underarm. At the bottom, connect the line to the jacket opening using a pair of curved lines.
Easy Jacket Drawing - Step 6
6. Use long curved lines to outline the sleeve. Draw a curved rectangle at the bottom of the sleeve to indicate the cuff, and detail the elbow with short curved lines, indicating creases in the fabric.
Easy Jacket Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the opposite side of the jacket in a similar manner to the first, with a "V" at the top and connected at the bottom using two curved lines. Draw curved lines along the jacket opening to add texture and dimension.
Add More Details to Your Jacket Picture - Step 8
8. Use long curved lines to draw the remaining sleeve. Draw a rectangular cuff at the bottom, and creasing at the elbow using short lines.
Complete the Outline of Your Jacket Drawing - Step 9
9. Add the finishing touches to your jacket. Draw two narrow, horizontal rectangles on each side. Draw a rounded triangle at the end of the upper rectangles to indicate the zipper, and use curved lines to enclose a pocket beneath the lower rectangles.
Color Your Jacket Drawing
Color your jacket. Will it be a cool black leather jacket, or will it match your school colors or favorite sports team? the choice is yours.
Jacket Drawing Tutorial - Easy & Fun Printable Pages
Join now and get immediate access to thousands of printable drawing instruction and practice pages!
Still seeing ads or not being able to download the PDF?
First, check that you're logged in. You can log in on the member login page.
If you're still not able to download the PDF, the likely solution is to reload the page.
You can do this by clicking the browser reload button.
It is a circular arrow-shaped icon at the top of the browser window, typically found in the upper-left side (you can also use keyboard shortcuts: Ctrl+R on PC and Command+R on Mac).