How to Draw a Tribal Heart (Step by Step)

Tainted Innocence By Tainted Innocence, 30th Nov 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1jb55jxx/
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This is a step by step guide with pictures on how to draw a cute tribal heart.

How To Draw A Tribal Heart (Step by Step)

The images below were created by me using paint. If it is red that means you draw it in but if it is black then that means that it was steps below that step. Most tribal drawing are kept in black & white with little or no shading but if you want you can use whatever colours and shading you want, this is just a template.

Step 1

Just start as is if you were drawing a normal heart, start at the left side of the heart to the top and then work your way to the right side, the thing to remember is not to connect the left and right side of the heart (you can change the design of the heart).

Step 2

Next we shall draw the wings these are pretty easy to draw, just refer to the image below (if you want you could change the design of the wings).

Step 3

Now we need to blacken the wings so they don’t look like sticks (if you prefer you can do this with a pencil then with a black pen/pencil), refer to the image.

If you have done a different design from the image then you can choose to black it in or not and please remember it doesn't have to be black, it can be any colour you want.

Finished!

Your drawing should look somewhat similar to this:

I hope you found this article useful and remember pratice makes perfect.

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Hey there, I'm Angus and I like writing, drawing and music. I will mostly be writing about my favourite hobby, self bondage. At the moment I am trying to focus on my blog "The Green Peps".

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
30th Nov 2010 (#)

Great tutorial, and good of you to link it to your other art page!
The pictures were a great addition.

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author avatar Denise O
30th Nov 2010 (#)

Looks easy enough.
That is with your great illustation of how to do it. Good job!
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Ken jay G. bonita
11th Dec 2012 (#)

it's nice and good to see

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author avatar Ken jay G. bonita
11th Dec 2012 (#)

thank you for sharing<")

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author avatar Ken wafu
11th Dec 2012 (#)

jajaja nice

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