How to Draw Hats
So we are going to draw two hats, a baseball cap, and a fedora hat. Start by making a flat looking shape which is all going to be the lid of the fedora. Next, draw an upside down shape for the cap.
You will now draw in the top half or hat part of the fedora, and then just thicken the lining for the cap, and add a button in the middle of the hat.
Now you can finish off the hats by thickening the lining for the fedora's lid, and draw up the lip of the hat as well as add that dip on the top. Next, draw the lid for the cap, and then add the typical lines for the hat as well. There should only be
March 24, 2011
Description: I guess I could make an exception and finally upload my last tutorial for the day before I call it a night. Filling requests can sometime be hard because you have to know how you are going to tackle a drawing and turn it into a lesson. This tutorial is going to teach you "how to draw hats", step by step. I thought the request for a drawing on hats was a good idea because hats is an object that is commonly used on characters from creation. There are so many different types of hats and there is also tons of different uses for a hat. One of the most popular hat is the baseball cap, and I think it’s because they are mainly used as a fashion accessory than anything else. Other types of hats are knit caps or beanies, berets, cowboy hats, fedoras, bucket hats, top hats, trilby hats, porkpie hats, straw hats, sun hats, and so on and so forth. I myself don’t wear hats, but I will sometimes wear one in the summer time to keep the sun off my head and face. I really don’t like the sun and because of this I like to cover up with some sort of protective head gear. Anyways this should be an interesting lesson on "how to draw hats". At least you will have a good idea on the types of head pieces you can draw on your characters. I will be back tomorrow guys, and remember, if there is anything you would like to see a lesson on, just let me know. Peace people!