How to Draw Arrow Hearts

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Begin the first step by drawing two hearts. You should draw one heart at a time with the one in the back being slightly smaller.


Next, draw the shaft of the arrow which should be shooting straight through the two hearts. Make the creased puncture lines squeezing inward, then move to step three.


You will start this step by getting the fletchings sketched out. The fletchings is what the feathery ends are called. This is located at the bottom of the arrow's shaft. Once that is done, draw the triangular pointed tip, as well as the detailing to    


For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw in the detailed marks on the arches of the hearts as well as the bottom points on the inside. Erase your mistakes that you may have made along the way.


When you are all done, the hearts and arrow should come out looking something like the drawing you see here. Now all you have to do is color your work in.

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April 8, 2012

Description: I have some really cool heart tattoo design lessons going up today since everyone is probably expecting Easter related stuff. To start things off I will show you guys "how to draw arrow hearts", step by step. This is a simple design concept that should be easy for others to tackle. I went with two hearts that are in the same line with one another. The arrow is piercing through both hearts, and to show how strong the hearts are, I made sure to make the penetration marks closed for a tight, solid forceful look. I like how the overall drawing came out, and I think all you heart lovers out there will enjoy replicating this lesson on drawing arrow hearts. I still have some pretty cool submissions coming your way so try to stay tuned in to see what they are. Peace out people and enjoy!

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