Learn how to draw a great looking Rubber Boots with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Rubber Boots drawing.
Splish, splash! Would you like to learn how to draw rubber boots? This step-by-step drawing tutorial will show you the easy way to create a pair of rubber boots outline.
Rubber boots have many names depending on where you are from. You might refer to them as Wellington boots, rain boots, dickersons, rubbers, gumshoes, overshoes, farm boots, muck boots, wading boots, waders, or even galoshes.
Especially in the United States, these rubber boots are often made to be worn by themselves. In Britain and elsewhere, they are made to slip over and protect more delicate shoes.
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Why might you wear a pair of rubber boots? Children often wear them to play in puddles or in the rain.
Adults wear them too, on rainy days or for specific jobs, such as fishing, working on water utilities, or cleaning a barn where animals are kept. Either way, the purpose is the same - to keep your feet warm, clean, and dry.
Don't forget your umbrella, it is time to draw a rubber boots outline!
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Rubber Boots
How to Draw a Great Looking Rubber Boots for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the boots outline by drawing the cuff of the rain boots. First, enclose an oval. Then, draw a “C” shaped line through the middle of it. This indicates the opening in the top of the rubber boots.
Easy Rubber Boots Drawing - Step 2
2. Next, extend two long curved lines down from the cuff. Notice that one line takes the shape of the toe of the rubber boots.
Easy Rubber Boots Drawing - Step 3
3. Enclose the opening with a curved line, completing the basic boot outline. Then, extend the line and double it back upon itself to trace the sole of the Wellington boot. Overlap inverted “U” shaped lines and curved lines to sketch the Wellington boot's tread.
Easy Rubber Boots Drawing - Step 4
4. Continue drawing the tread by overlapping curved lines.
Easy Rubber Boots Drawing - Step 5
5. Sketch two more sets of overlapping "U" shaped lines and curved lines. Then, complete the rain boot outline's tread by connecting the line to the heel of the boot. Draw a curved line across the heel.
Easy Rubber Boots Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw a buckle on the side of the rain boot, erasing as necessary. Enclose a small rectangle within a rectangle. Both should have rounded corners. Then, draw a rounded square on one side of this buckle and a rounded triangle on the other.
Easy Rubber Boots Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw two curved lines across the rubber boot outline - one at the toe and the other midway of the leg. Then, begin drawing the second boot outline. Enclose a partial oval shape to form the cuff.
Add More Details to Your Rubber Boots Picture - Step 8
8. Use long curved lines to outline the rest of the boot - the body of the shoe and its sole.
Complete the Outline of Your Rubber Boots Drawing - Step 9
9. Detail the second rain boot to match the first. Draw curved lines across the heel, toe, midway of the leg, and at the top of the cuff.
Color Your Rubber Boots Drawing
Color your cartoon rubber boots. Often, they are depicted in classic shades of red or bright yellow with matching raincoats.
Many used as workboots are black, brown, or dark green. Fashion rainboots can be any color or pattern you can imagine. Farm stores in rural America, for example, often sell rain boots featuring chickens, horseshoes, or other cute characters.
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