how to draw a Pharmacist step-by-step

You too can easily draw a Pharmacist by following the simple steps.

Learn how to draw a great looking Pharmacist with easy, step-by-step drawing  instructions, and video tutorial.

Draw curved lines to outline the face and nose, draw eyes with oval shapes and shade in the pupils.

Use curved lines to outline the pharmacist's hair, ears, chin, eyebrows, and smiling mouth.

Draw long curved lines across forehead and outer edges of hair to complete the hair falling, and a "V" for neck.

Draw "V"s for collars, outline shoulders/sleeves w/curved lines, add button near sleeve end.

Use curved lines to outline the wrist and narrow fingers. Notice the empty space - she is holding something in her hand.

Draw cylindrical bottle; add curved lines; draw oval/curved "C" lines for tablets.

Draw ovals to fill bottle, then curved lines for shoulder & sleeve; small round button near end of sleeve.

Draw a "V" shape below neck for lab coat opening, curved lines for lapel, curved lines for hand and fingers.

Draw a curved line to outline lapel; draw torso lines & a plus sign inside a circle for medical symbol.

Get the full tutorial with all  drawing steps and a video  tutorial via the link below. It's FREE!