Often asked: How To Draw A Plus Size Body?

Draw plus size figures – I Draw Fashion

With their beautiful curves and classic femininity, plus-size models are a real inspiration for fashion designers, and in this tutorial, you’ll learn how to draw plus-size figures in your fashion sketches. It’s time to bring some life to your fashion portfolio, and always have fun!

How to draw plus size models in 10 steps:

Begin by marking how tall you want it to be, then drawing a vertical Centerline and dividing it into two equal sections for each section of the croque monsieur with a ruler.

Step 2: Upper body guidelines

Divide the upper body into three equal sections: hipline, waistline, and shoulderline. The top section is where your model’s head and neck will be drawn.

Step 3: Draw the face and neck

Keep the neck relatively straight and draw this gentle curve when it gets close to the shoulder line. Draw a wide ellipse taking u00be of the top section and adding the neck in the last u00bc. The Centerline stands right in the middle of the neck.

Step 4: Draw the breast and hips area

Draw two head-size ellipses on each side of the Centerline under the shoulder, along with smaller circles to help you draw the shoulders correctly. Draw three overlapping heads to mark how wide the figure’s hips will be. Just make sure everything is symmetrical!

Step 5: Draw the silhouette

Draw the body silhouette by connecting the shapes from the previous step, keeping everything soft and lush. Plus size croquis have larger breasts and hips, but the waist can be kept relatively small. Drawing the wait smaller than the head’s widest part will look unnatural, so don’t go that far.

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Step 6: Draw the arms and legs guidelines

Draw a line from the center of the little shoulder to the hips with the left arm straight and the right arm bent. For the bent arm, find the middle of the waistline-to-hipline area.

Step 7: Draw the arms and knees

Mark the front leg ankle and both leg knees with soft curves; pay attention to the placement of the knees; they should not be drawn too high or low. Now it’s time to flesh out the arms by making them more human-like.

Step 8: Draw the legs

Draw a horizontal ellipse to mark the toes and hide the right foot behind the left. Make the tights and calves the same color as the rest of the body.

Step 9: Add more details

Avoid hard straight lines on plus-size bodies; you want to emphasize the size of the breasts and possibly draw some tummy.

Step 10: Final touches

Now that you’ve completed your plus size figure, it’s time to add the face features, hair, and, of course, some fashionable clothing! Get my complete course on ‘How to Draw Poses’.

What is curvy body type?

A woman’s hips and breasts are well-defined in a curvy body type, which is also known as a full-figure. However, a woman with curves is the epitome of femininity and fertility, making the curvy body type coveted and attractive.

What is croquis fashion?

The fashion model figure is exaggerated with elongated legs, arms, and neck; the average human body is about seven heads tall, but croquis often span from eight to eleven heads tall.

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