The body is an incredible thing, and part of respecting it involves understanding how the parts work – but just how many can you label? Let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a pencil and drawing compass, and add two small circles to the top corners of your page.
Use a ruler to bring a vertical line down from each of these…
And then add two ears, two eyes, a button nose and a mouth to the left circle.
Add two ears to the sides of the right circle…
And then bring a wavy shape up at the top of the left figure for the hair.
Now, add hair to the top of the right figure…
And then bring down the neck and shoulders on both shapes.
Bring two straight lines down from these…
And then a set of arms for each figure reaching out to the sides.
Add a curved line at the waist, followed by another below. Add a point to the center of the bottom line for the top of the legs.
Bring two sets of legs down, one on each figure…
And add points to the bottom for the feet.
Now, use a black fineliner pen to go over all the outlines.
Remove the pencil marks with an eraser…
And then use the pencil and ruler to add lines to the sides of each figure.
Use the black pen to add the labels on the figures – from the bottom left corner upwards: “TOE”, “LEG”, “STOMACH”, “CHEST”, “HEAD”, and then downwards: “EYEBROW”, “EYE,” “NOSE”, “MOUTH”, “CHIN”, “ARM”, “ELBOW, “HAND”, “FINGER”, “KNEE”, “FOOT”, “HAIR”, “EAR”, “NECK”, “SHOULDER”, “BACK” “BUTTOCKS” and “HEEL”.
Use an eraser to remove the pencil marks…
And then use a peach pen to shade the main body.
Grab a blue pen for the shorts…
And a brown pen for the hair.
Now, use a brown pen for the details of the body and back.
Finally, use a ruler and the black fineliner pen to connect each label to the correct part of the body.
And there we have it – the main parts of our wonderful body, complete with easy-to-read labels.