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Step 3: Outline: Body and Legs

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*First start drawing the collar,keeping it simple, draw squares that flare out on the end. Make sure you make both sides even so the part that buttons up is dead center down the face and leave a space to draw the tie.

*Draw a circle for where the tie folds in between the collar. Start drawing down and a little bit out ,then bring it in to finish it off (the whole tie is not going to be drawn because the suit is going to be buttoned up).

*To draw the button up part, start at the bottom outside end. Make it curve up some to give it a bit of detail. When the lines meet up, make the right line go over the left to draw the part that folds outwards.

*For the shoulders start at the same bottom outside point of the collar. Draw this line very straight to give him a slimmer/ fancy look.

*Draw the arms coming out at an angle to give him a look like his arms are stretched out like he is going for a hug, on this part you can either have is arms at full existent going off the page (which is what i did) or you can have his (its) arms at normal length. 

*For the body  start drawing the line pointing where the tip of the shoulder is and make it curve in to give him  a tall lengthy look and bring them back out about to the same width from when you start. make this part long like hes extending out wards. 


*The legs are simple,draw the outline of the legs going out at an angle and draw a line in the middle  to make it seem like his legs are relatively closed, draw this line short and lower so it seems like hes stretching outwards. 

*To finish up bring the center line down to connect the suit.
 
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