A human heart is drawn in sections, beginning with a large oval and moving on to the aorta and other arteries. Include each anatomical structure of the human heart with a demonstration from an experienced artist in this free video on drawing.
Hello. My name is Savago Lame from savagolame.com. I'm here on behalf of the Broward Art Guild. I'm going to show you how to draw a human heart. First draw the cross between some triangle and oval like this. Then draw the circle behind it on the left. And draw the tube that's taking the blood from the body. Just like this. And now we're going to start to draw the aorta, using curved lines. I just drawed it because I need to firstly to draw the pulmonary artery like this. And now we can finish with aorta. And let's add some pulmonary wings sticking out on both sides. So this is the easiest way how to draw the human heart. And we can add some shade on it so it looks more realistic. I use a very small pen, pencil and add shadows like this. So you just see that I put the light from the right side. So the shadows can help you to see the construction of the human heart. Maybe it looks a little complicated when you see it first. So here is how you draw a human heart. This is Savago Lome. Thank you for watching.