How To Draw Lungs

Learn How To Draw Lungs Quickly

We begin with the right half that looks like a rock (00 min 07 sec). It resembles a turtle shell, right? Once you’re done with the main part, go ahead and add a curvy line just like you see in my video (00 min 17 sec). Ok, now the intro to this how to draw Lungs tutorial is done. It’s time to move to the left. The next step is the trachea, or the windpipe, as the regular folks like to call it (00 min 32 sec).

Make sure you get the very bottom of it right so that you can build the entire thing on a strong foundation. All we’ll need to draw a realistic trachea is a series of simple rectangles sitting on top of each other – that’s it! I’ve got ten of those in my example, and you should match that number if you want a great end result. The other half of this how to draw Lungs tutorial, the left side, comes next (01 min 40 sec).

It’s actually very similar in shape to the right lung, but only on the outside. On the inside, we’ve got a “tree branch” that covers most of the space. Thankfully, it’s very easy to draw. If it looks good, close it up with a simple shape and move to the right. See those “scales” slash “eggshells” covering it (03 min 47 sec)? That’s the final step!

Before you learn how to draw Lungs, did you know?

We can’t breathe without our lungs, which makes them one of the most important organs in a human being’s body. True, some insects and fish have different breathing systems, but when it comes to us, nothing can do what the lungs do. They are located in the chest, by the way.

Actually, they sit near the backbone. Take a good look at the preview: don’t the lungs look like some sort of a futuristic tree or something alien? Well, there’s nothing alien about a body part that’s been with us for ages! According to the medics, the lungs breathe in oxygen that gives us life and breathe out carbon dioxide that’s being used by the trees. Yes, it’s a win-win situation!

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Some Things To Keep In Mind…

These tutorials are only here to guide you. Your drawing does not need to look "identical" to mine.

Start with rough but light pencil strokes that you can work into the shapes you want.

Once you have your rough drawing completed, go over it in a darker stroke for your final drawing.

Add shading and/or color to complete if desired.

Using this technique you will be able to draw anything after some practice... even without following step-by-step tutorials.

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