How to Draw Abs step by step || Six pack drawing easy

How to Draw Abs with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawings for kids and beginners.

How to Draw Abs step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel: HTDraw

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Draw a long and curved line. This outlines the bottom part of the pectoralis muscle, the pectoral muscle commonly referred to as the “pecs”.

Step 2

Draw a second curved line along the first, outlining the remaining pectoral muscles.

Step 3

Draw a long curved line down from one of the pecs. This outlines the side of the torso, or stomach.

Step 4

Draw an inverted “Y” shaped line just below the pecs. This section outlines the first part of the abdominis or rectus abdominis.

Step 5

Draw two overlapping curves to form the next part of the abs.

Step 6

Draw a vertical curved line below the front part of the abs and two curved lines to outline the next part of the abs.

Step 7

Draw a short curved line down from the abs, then draw a small circle below it. This forms the navel. Then draw two curved lines below it in a curved “V” shape. This completes the last part of the ab muscle.

Step 8

Draw two curved lines, overlapping and with the side of the pec muscle. This forms the base of the muscular arm. Then draw a long, curved line to enclose the rest of the torso.

Step 9

Draw a “U” shaped line near the base of each pectoral muscle, indicating the presence of nipples. Then draw diagonal curves across the side of the torso. They may indicate the ribs or the external oblique muscles, another muscle commonly classified under the term “abs”. Draw curved lines at the base of the torso to outline the top of the hips. Then draw a pair of curved lines between these lines to indicate the junction of the legs and torso.

Step 10

Color your laundry table abs. Then check out our cartoon people drawing tutorials where you’ll learn how to give your characters faces, limbs, and more. and dress him up or with items from our object drawing tutorials.

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