InspirARTion Heart Drawing

Introduction: InspirARTion Heart Drawing

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This is a simple to advanced level project depending on your level of detail. This twelve step process will allow you to draw a human heart. You do not have to follow these instructions exactly, and I even encourage you to experiment your own methods on this sketch. You will be using the third brush from the top on Intelloware InspirARTion. You will also need to use the smudge tool often.

Supplies

You literally only need to open Intelloware InspirARTion and know how to navigate it. It is pretty easy to figure out though.

Step 1: Outline.

You will need to outline some form of a pointed oval.

Step 2: Shade.

Drag the brush along the bottom left and up the left side with a darker shade of red.

Step 3: Fill.

Use a lighter pink color and fill in the blank space.

Step 4: Smudge.

Smudge around the edges, but leave the center normal for the next step.

Step 5: Veins.

Add some veins with a darker red. Make sure to make them curvy, but not too curvy.

Step 6: Smudge. Again.

Smudge the remainder of the center and blend it with the newly added veins.

Step 7: Tubes.

Outline some tubes on the top and outside of the heart.

Step 8: Fill. Again.

Fill the tubes with another light pink color.

Step 9: Smudge. Again. Again.

Smudge the tubes and connect them to the heart.

Step 10: Veins. Again.

Add smaller veins branching out from the big ones from before.

Step 11: BLOOD.

Make blood pouring out and getting everywhere with a darker color. Medium sized brush would be recommended.

Step 12: Smudge. Again. Again. Again.

Smudge the blood to make it really look like part of the picture.

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