Learn how to draw a great looking Man in Suit with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Man in Suit.
A suit is a matching set of clothes, consisting primarily of a jacket and trousers.
Suits for men have a long history. According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the emergence of "the present-day suit began in the 1660s at the courts of Louis XIV of France and Charles II of England."
By the 1860s, the suit had reached its modern form, and it has changed little in the nearly two centuries since. During the twentieth century, women began wearing suits paired with skirts and later pantsuits.
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Would you like to draw a cartoon of a man wearing a suit? This easy, step-by-step cartoon drawing tutorial is here to show you how. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Man in Suit
How to Draw a Great Looking Man in Suit for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Start by drawing the man's face. Outline each of the eyes with two curved lines. Shade a circle inside each to form the pupil. Then, use curved lines to sketch the eyebrows, nose, mouth, and the dimple of the chin.
Easy Man in Suit Drawing - Step 2
2. Use curved lines to outline the man's face. Note the curvature of the hair. Use a "C" shaped line to draw the ear, and detail the inside of the ear with another "C" shaped line.
Easy Man in Suit Drawing - Step 3
3. Use curved lines to enclose the top of the head. Extend a pair of curved lines to form the neck, and connect them using a series of curved lines. Then, draw a "V" shaped line around the neck to form the opening of the suit.
Easy Man in Suit Drawing - Step 4
4. Use straight lines to draw a triangle on each side of the opening, and a pentagon above each triangle. These are the suit's lapels. Draw a curved line below the "V," forming the front of the suit.
Easy Man in Suit Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw a curved line from the lapel and downward to outline the arm. Draw another long curved line, beginning between the arm and lapel and culminating at the bottom of the suit. Draw a short curved line and double it back upon itself to form the pocket, erasing as necessary. Draw a short line between the end of the arm and the torso to finish off the sleeve.
Easy Man in Suit Drawing - Step 6
6. Outline the remaining arm using a pair of curved lines, connected at the bottom. Draw curved lines to indicate the shoulder seam and the bend of the elbow. Use a curved line to draw the side of the torso and to enclose the shirt sleeve, hand, and pocket at the bottom of the arm.
Easy Man in Suit Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw curved lines from the base of the neck to the lapel to indicate the collar of the shirt. Use straight lines to outline the knot of the tie and the necktie itself. Draw small rectangles for the upper and lower pockets. Draw a curved line below the lower pocket to indicate a fold in the fabric. Draw two small circles to form the coat's buttons.
Add More Details to Your Man in Suit Picture - Step 8
8. Extend a pair of curved lines to form the pant leg. Draw inward-facing "V" shaped lines near the bottom before connecting the sides. Draw curved lines to indicate folds in the fabric. Then, use curved lines to sketch the hand, sleeve, and shoe.
Complete the Outline of Your Man in Suit Drawing - Step 9
9. Use a pair of curved lines, attached at the bottom, to outline the remaining leg of the pants. Draw curved lines to indicate folds in the fabric. Use a curved line to enclose the irregular shape of the boot.
Color Your Man in Suit Drawing
Color your suited cartoon man. Suits come in many colors - black, white, blue, and brown are the most common.
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