In this drawing tutorial you will learn about how to draw a cloak in few simple steps and I have also provided some of the basic cloak drawing references also.
Steps to Draw a Cloak
A cloak is a piece of clothing that is worn over other clothes, and is often used to protect the wearer from the cold weather. Cloaks are usually made from a heavy, thick fabric, and are often lined with fur. Cloaks can be made from a variety of different fabrics, including wool, velvet, and even leather.
Step 1 – Draw a Rough Hand Outline of a Cloak
First start drawing with a simple line and give your drawing a proper outline as mention in the above image.
Step 2 – Draw a Hood and Front Part
Now make a hood of a cloak by drawing an oval like shape on the top and also make a double layer to show the Inner hollow part.
Step 3 – Drawing a Face in the Hood
You can draw any face according to the drawing need and you can take reference from the above image to create your own.
Draw an inverted “V” like structure to make an opening of the cloak and add few lines in-between to show the cloth folding.
Step 4 – Adding Colours to Your Art
You can add any colour as you like in your drawing but do remember to add dark colours in the inner part of the hood and also add some dark shadows to the lines and the folds of the cloth.
You can also add dark colours in the inner parts of the cloths as shown in the above image.
Cloak Drawing References Images
The image shows the front part of cloak and how you can draw an anime with a cape. The above references image shows how to draw a back and front side of a cloak.
Hood Drawing References Images
Above image shows the references drawing – How to draw a hood in easy way.
There are a few things to keep in mind when drawing a cloak.
- First, cloaks are usually made from heavy fabrics, so they should hangs down in folds.
- Second, cloaks are often lined with fur, so the inside of the cloak should be a different colour than the outside.
- Third, cloaks are typically fastened at the neck, so be sure to include a clasp or button in your drawing.
Finally, cloaks can be worn in a variety of different ways, so don’t be afraid to experiment with the way you draw the cloak on your character. With a little practice, you’ll be able to draw a cloak that looks realistic and stylish.