Stethoscopes are known for being vital instruments to listen to the lungs and heart of the patient – so what could be more suitable than a heart-shaped stethoscope? We have all you need to get started – so read on!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a purple pen, and draw a small heart shape in the center of your page.
Use a black pen to add two curved shapes to the top of this, one above each “bump” of the heart.
Use the same color to add a wide “V” shape below the heart.
Now, bring a curved line down from this “V” and curve this across to the right and then up.
Draw a circle at the end of the curved line…
Make this circle a little thicker with the black pen.
Use a gray pen to add a small circle in the center of the black circle.
Bring curved lines up from the “V”, creating a heart shape to connect these to the black marks above.
Use the same shade to add color to the outside of the inner circle at the end of the stethoscope.
And voila – you have a new stethoscope in the perfect shape – all you need now is a patient to practice on!