how to draw a Sad, Broken Heart

You too can easily draw a Sad, Broken Heart following the simple steps.

Learn how to draw a great looking Sad, Broken Heart with step-by-step drawing  instructions, and video tutorial.

Begin by drawing a long, curved line to form one side of the heart shape. The line should resemble an upside down "J" or a fishhook.

Draw two curved lines, mirror images that meet in downward facing points, to form a heart.

Draw a jagged line from the upper point of the heart to the bottom point to indicate a broken heart.

Connect the sides of the heart with a jagged line of short, straight lines.

Create a bandage shape by outlining two parallel lines with curved ends.

Erase the guide lines from within the bandage.

Draw two straight lines near the middle of the bandage, perpendicular to the long lines and filled with small circles.

Draw short, angled lines to branch and create a cracked effect on the broken heart.

Draw teardrop shapes falling from the heart on each side.

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