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Manikins Doodle Set

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Ballsaal mit Tanz

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Aquarell springen Silhouette

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Glücklich tanzende menschliche Figuren zeichnen

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How to Draw Stick Figures Dancing

Learn how to draw a great looking Stick Figures Dancing with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Stick Figures Dancing drawing.

Complete Stick Figures Dancing drawing

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Anyone can draw a stick figure. Often, they are the first human characters a person learns to draw. But you can add some pizzazz to your stick figure art when you learn how to draw stick figures dancing!

What is a stick figure? A stick figure or a stickman is a simplified drawing of a person. It's not meant to look realistic.

Instead, it uses basic lines and shapes, like a circle for the head. The body and limbs are usually bare lines.

Scroll down for a downloadable PDF of this tutorial.

Did you know? Ancient art is often in the form of stick figures. For example, a stick figure known as a petroglyph can be seen at the Leo Petroglyph in the United States. It is thought to be about a thousand years old.

Stick figures are also used in signage because they are easy to understand, even if you don't speak or read the language.

For example, you can readily recognize the stick figures on men's or women's bathrooms, or the stick figure of a person in a wheelchair. That one is used to mean that a place is handicap accessible. Where would you place a sign with dancing stickmen?

Drawing Idea: You can use this stick figure drawing guide to enhance your drawing skills. Use it as a guide, and flesh out your characters with more detailed clothing and features. You can check out any of our people drawing guides for ideas.

If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Ghost, Body Outline, and Leprechaun.

Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Stick Figures Dancing

How to Draw a Great Looking Stick Figures Dancing for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1

1. First, start by drawing a smiley face or happy face emoji. Complete a circle, and shade two ovals for eyes. Notice that we left a small circle unshaded to add light to the eyes. Then, use a curved line for the smiling mouth.

Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 2

2. Use curved lines to enclose a body shaped like a curved narrow trapezoid. Connect the head to the body with a short line, and extend a long line for the arm. Enclose a heart-like shape at the end of the line to form the hand.

Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 3

3. Extend a line for the remaining arm, and begin the hand using a spiral-shaped line. Then, extend a long line to form the leg.

At the bottom, enclose a pointed shape to indicate the high-heeled shoe.

Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 4

4. Draw the remaining leg and shoe. Then, extend curved lines from the head and connect them at the end with a curved line. This is the dancer’s hair.

Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 5

5. Begin drawing another face - a circle and two shaded oval eyes.

Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 6

6. Use curved lines to create an open, smiling mouth. Extend three short lines from the top of the head, indicating hair. Draw the irregular round shape of the body, and connect it to the head with a short line. Then, draw the long line of the arm from the shoulder to the other dancer’s hand.

Easy Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 7

7. Use a curved line to enclose the second dancer’s hand grasping the hand of the first. Extend long curved lines to form his arm and leg, and enclose the irregular shapes of the hand and foot.

Add More Details to Your Stick Figures Dancing Picture - Step 8

8. Draw the remaining leg and foot using a long line and a rounded shape. Then, draw a music note overhead. Draw two curved lines, and connect them with two parallel lines at the top. Shade an oval at the bottom of each line. That’s called a sixteenth note.

Complete the Outline of Your Stick Figures Dancing Drawing - Step 9

9. Draw more music notes to get the party started! Draw a quarter note - a line and a shaded oval - and an eighth note, a line and a shaded oval with a small triangle at the top.

Color Your Stick Figures Dancing Drawing

Color your cartoon dancers.

Easy, step by step Stick Figures Dancing drawing tutorial

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How to draw a dancer with a pencil step by step

Step 1. The first thing you want to do with the drawing of the dancer is making a circle shape for the head like so. You will then need to draw out the shape of the torso and then add in the guidelines for the head, and arms like so.

STEP 2. Here you will draw out the lower half of the dancer being the pelvis, and legs. This dancer is in a pose where her legs are crossed over one and the other.

STEP 3. The next step in drawing the dancer is sketching out the shovel to form the head and face like you see here. When that is done, you can draw in the lining for the mask, and then draw in the eye, and bridge of the nose.

Step 4 Continue to draw out the face behind the mask. This includes the eyes, nose, mouth, and all projections on the mask. When you are sure you have the face drawn the way you see it here in this step you can move on to step five to sketch out more of this dancer.

Step 5 Now start drawing in a very large and wide headdress for this dancer that I created for you. Once that is done, you can draw the cap in between the headpiece and then run the arms.

Step 6. I drew the dancer holding some big, beautiful fans in her hands, which are used as part of her dance. The front overlays should be drawn in a wavy pattern and then move on to the next step.

Step 7 Okay guys here is the step where you will draw the body of the dancer. The first thing to do is get her torso drawn out which is just the sides of her torso, and the outlines of her chest. Next, continue with that same lining as you draw her waist, hips, thighs, and lower legs. I'm exaggerating a bit with the leg style, but you can draw her legs to look thinner, fatter, or more shaply.

Step 8 What you need to do is complete the drawing of her legs and then draw in her legs which are beautifully posed.

Step 9 Now the fun begins. Slowly and patiently start sketching out the design material, starting with the headgear. Now you have two options here, you can choose to draw the design I've drawn here, or you can go ahead and create your own design concepts. Do this designing for the fans too, and don't forget to draw her hand that is holding the fans.

STEP 10. Now what you will be doing here is drawing her like fan sleeves, oversized, loose, and they hang from her shoulders as they are held together with buttons. Once you have drawn in the sleeves, you can draw in the lining that forms it on top. Draw a ribbon around her waiting, and then move on to step eleven.

Step 11 Before moving on to the next step, all you need to do is draw out the lining that forms her leggings. When that is done draw the hip stripes for her legs, and around her waist. These are truly amazing outfit performers.

Step 12 Finally it's time to finish it. Carefully draw out the train of her clothes, and be sure to draw every ruffle and every crease. When that is done draw the lining to balance her out and then draw the bottom band around her ankle. Erase the lines and shapes you drew in step one.

STEP 13. This is what your dancer looks like when you are all done. Now you can have even more fun as you tackle the coloring aspect of drawing. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to draw a dancer.

Lesson of drawing tango dancers. How to draw a ballerina with a pencil step by step How to draw a Russian folk dance with a pencil

Creativity is a bridge between the inner and outer universes. Today we invite you on a journey across this bridge to find harmony with yourself and others. You will be able to release your feelings by expressing them non-verbally, and through the perception of art, gain an understanding of your deepest selves.

This book is about many things, it is full of ideas that stimulate creativity. The main approach that Natalie Rogers uses is expressive art. Ready to be your best self? You don't need anything special for this. Just…

…to draw, sing, write and dance.

There are peoples whose healing potions are singing, dancing, storytelling and silence. When something is wrong with a person, he is usually asked the following questions:

At what point in your life did you stop singing? When did you stop dancing? When did you stop being fascinated by stories? And when did you start to feel out of place in the sweet space of silence?

They ask this because, according to their beliefs, it was precisely when and where I stopped singing, dancing, being charmed by stories or weary of silence that I began to lose my soul.

When was the last time you danced? -

In Africa, the tribal peoples understand the world in this way. The indigenous peoples of the Americas and Oceania, including the Australian Aborigines, the Majori, and the Polynesian Islanders, reason in a similar way. In all their rituals and healing practices, they describe health and well-being as the qualities of one who continues to sing, dance, enjoy stories and love the sweet space of silence.

The term "creative connection" describes the process by which one art form directly influences another. When we begin to express ourselves through movement and sound, moving in response to our feelings, and then immediately go to work with color and clay, our very artistic creativity changes.

The creative connection process can stimulate a person to use their innate creativity to open windows into their own unconscious. Engaging in creative connection can be one way to become more spontaneous and liberated. Drumming, dancing, drawing, journaling, meditation, improvisation and singing become vehicles that bring a person to creativity.

Stretch your arms up, just to stretch them out. Do it right now. Now do it a second time. Close your eyes and imagine the warmth of the sun and the ocean breeze. You reach out your hands to receive it all. Breathe in the ocean air and the warm sun.

The mental image of warm sun and fresh air changes the way you move and experience. -

Do you feel the difference between the way you stretched your arms up the first and second time? Where did you feel it? In the chest? In the heart? In your soul?

Suppose I just get up from my chair and go pour myself a glass of water. But everything will change if I imagine myself as a crouching lion. My movement will acquire an expression of excitement.

To use art expressively means to enter your inner world to find your experiences there, and then express them through art forms, movement, sound, writing or dramatic act. Expressive arts allow you to discover intuitive, mythological and spiritual aspects of yourself.

The visual arts allow us to express ourselves radically, poignantly, colorfully, and thus gain insight into who we are. We can release our feelings by expressing them non-verbally, and through the perception of art, gain an understanding of our deepest selves.

Drawing makes it possible for images to appear when words have not yet taken shape.

Again and again we can look at our work, reflect on it, let it speak to us.

The method of expressive self-expression is well illustrated by the example of the main character of the film “Love in words and pictures”. -

Try these drawing methods:

  • For ten to twenty minutes a day, sketch your experiences and feelings through rapid artistic expression. As you create these drawings, you may find that your moods change quickly or that your mood changes.
  • Try to use your non-dominant hand from time to time. Your non-dominant hand is less controlled, allowing you to draw more spontaneously.
  • Draw the dreams you had the day before, or the feelings they caused.

According to Frances Fuchs, a specialist in art and hypnotherapy, "art has the ability to be both a midwife and a child of our inner selves."

Have a colored marker in each hand. Close your eyes. As you hum the song, start moving your hands in the air. First, doodle in the air, letting your hands dance to your tunes. Open your eyes for a moment to see a sheet of paper. Using both hands at the same time, start scribbling on paper.

Experiment first with eyes closed and then with eyes open. Keep humming your tune. Let what will happen happen. Don't worry about what exactly your doodles look like. Continuing, move on to the next sheet to draw even more doodles.

You can draw without markers, just with your hands, as the artist Heather Hansen does. -

Images come from the unconscious to help us understand our inner world. We can use creativity as a kind of bridge between our inner and outer realities.

Try free writing after a walk in the forest. Get creative when you feel a deep sense of love. Art does not have to be professional to please itself and others. Instead of just sitting in a chair listening to the music you like, try dancing.

Everyone has their own myth in life. We are involved in the process of writing our own life stories. And the expressive arts serve as a powerful means of translating them into reality. Art and writing, movement and dance, chant and song - all this helps us discover our essence and integrity.

"Creative Connection" is a book for those who are ready to radically change their lives through creativity.

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You can capture a moment of graceful dancing if you know how to draw a ballerina. Below are 2 versions of the image. Someone wants to paint an aspiring ballerina who looks like an anime heroine. Others may like the second image method, which will help draw a professional dancer.

Young ballerina. Starting to create from the head

Little draughtsmen can draw just such a heroine, she is funny and sweet.

Now it will be told how to draw a ballerina. For beginners, this option is perfect, since in this image you do not need to draw the details of the face, each of them is drawn with just one line.

Start your creation by drawing a circle. Having placed a sheet of paper vertically, mark the contours of the circle. Draw a horizontal oval at the bottom of this shape. It will help to portray the chubby cheeks of a girl.

Here is how to draw a ballerina with a pencil step by step. In the center of the circle, draw two curved lines - these are the squinted eyes of the heroine of the canvas. Draw almost the same rounded line, similar to an inverted celestial month, draw just below the eyes - this is the snub nose of a little dancer. Her mouth will also help create a semicircular line, but it is curved down.

It remains to draw 2 eyebrows, and you can outline the face along the contours, indicating protruding cheeks. Draw the ballerina's hairstyle - smoothed hair, a bun at the top, and you can start depicting other parts of the body.

Body, arms, legs

Draw a line from the shoulders to both sides. Draw a small circle at their ends - this is a schematic representation of the palms. Draw the girl's hands, based on their scheme. Draw fingers at the end of the circles-palms.

Let's start drawing the legs. In the lower part of the body, in the middle, draw a small circle. This is the upper part of the dancer's left leg. You will also create the same detail of the right leg using a small circle. Two lines originate from these figures. The first goes down, the second - to the left. As you already understood, the dancer stands on one leg, and stretched the other back. She performs a fouette or other ballet movement.

Finishing the first drawing

Now outline the legs with pointe shoes at the end. The lacing with which they are fixed on the leg is tied around the calves.

Talking about how to draw a ballerina with a pencil step by step, it should be noted that it's time to erase the auxiliary lines. This is easy to do with an eraser. Dress up the dancer in a leotard and a fluffy skirt. The upper part of the robe is on thin straps, it fits the girl's figure. The skirt is semicircular, draw its bottom with a wavy line. If you like the drawing, you can leave it like that. Color the painting if you like. Walk through the hair with a black pencil, make the dress pink.

Here's how to draw a ballerina who is still quite small. If you want to portray a girl, a professional dancer, use the tips below.

Drawing an adult ballerina, starting with a diagram of the head and torso

We also start drawing a graceful girl with circles. Two of them will be the same size. First draw the first one, positioning it at the top of the sheet. Draw a small straight line from it down to the right, attach a circle of the same size as the one just shown to its end - this is the upper body. From this circle down and slightly to the left, draw another line, but it is larger than the previous one.

Draw a circle at the end of it too, but it is slightly larger than the previous two. This is a schematic representation of the hips of a dancer. Create her legs using two straight lines. The first is drawn from the circle down, the second - to the left and slightly up. Here's how to draw a ballerina to convey her image at the moment of performing a dance move.

Sketch of the legs and arms

Now you need to draw the upper part of the legs, calves and feet. You will do this with the help of ovals, which are slightly beveled towards the bottom. The top one is the largest, it ends with the knees. Next comes a smaller oval - these are the strong calves of the girl. She has pointe shoes on her feet, her socks are stretched out.

A small circle that is drawn from the upper part of the torso will soon turn into the girl's shoulder. From it to the left and quite a bit up goes a straight line, which will soon become the dancer's hand.

Outlining auxiliary lines

Performing a dance movement, the girl tilted her head back. Facial features will help convey this. The eye and nose are almost on the same straight line. Since the girl is facing the viewer in profile, only one of her eyes is visible. Draw lips, chin.

Her hair will help convey the fact that the ballerina is in motion: they are fluffy. Outline their growth line and show volume with several slightly wavy lines placed horizontally.

Speaking about how to draw a ballerina with a pencil gradually, it must be said that the girl's neck is slender, thin, like her figure. This is even more clearly seen when the ballerina tilts her head back.

From the bottom of the chin to the beginning of the chest, draw a straight line down and slightly to the right. In the photograph, this feature is shown in red. Next, outline the ballerina's chest, her belly. From the line of the hips, draw the full tutu of the dancer, then draw her back and finish the image of the upper body by outlining the arms. Do not forget that the girl's hands and fingers are thin.

Based on the ovals created earlier, mark the heroine's legs, they are wearing pointe shoes.

Finishing the art

At this stage, you need to erase the sketchy lines with an eraser and dashes in the upper part of the legs. Here you will draw the dancer's tutu. The photo shows how to give it volume. Designate the armpit, then depict the upper part of the adjacent garment.

Here's how to draw a ballerina step by step using a pencil. If you like, you can depict the scene, let the graceful girl soar across it in a magical dance.

    Below is a selection of master classes on drawing a couple in a dance.

    The most difficult thing in this case is to convey the movement.

    Therefore, in order to be plausible, it is necessary to follow all the rules and principles of constructing bodies in motion.

    Candelabra, epaulettes and frills, I will not draw. I will make a step-by-step miniature sketch, which, if desired, will not be difficult to repeat even with my big toe in the sand. At the same time, there are hardly any who doubt that the dance is depicted in the figure, and this dance is a waltz. Light, airy, with its inherent dynamics and grace. Moreover, it is not for an artist to write out additional details and elements of the final design, it will only be possible to use tracing paper, or the method of drawing by cells.

    Helping me with this will be the free program for creating vector graphics Inkscape, very powerful, not much inferior to the professional paid Corel, and available along with its source codes for all computer platforms.

    Calligraphic pen tool. So:

    1 . I will set the slope of the dancing couple with a diagonal line.

    2 . We add the contours of the heads of the partners, and the left free, removed from the shoulder of the young man, the hand of the girl.

    3 . The boy's right hand on the girl's waist.

    4 . Let's throw a line of the body and the right leg of a young man. Thus, the male half of our drawing is closed.

    5 . And our creation is completed by the waist line, hips, and the contour of the girl's ball gown.

    Done! It took less than a minute. Exactly the same result could be obtained using a marker (felt pen) and a regular sheet of paper.

    P.S. I apologize for some curvature and uneven lines. I did not take ready-made drawings from the Internet, I drew myself. I don't have a graphics tablet, and smooth mouse drawing requires some practice.

    But I think it turned out well. Why not a ready-made avatar? I give!

    We will not be able to convey waltzing movements in the conditions of the drawing. Therefore, we must convey the flavor of this dance in the pose of the dancers and their classical clothes. The waltz is a classic, and it is not customary to dance it in T-shirts.

    First, let's draw some distant sketches. Conditional schemes that will allow us to at least plan how a man and a woman will be located in relation to each other. Let's say the man is on the left in the future drawing, and the woman is on the right.

    1. Here are the schematic lines:

    2. Now, focusing on them, we will create the contours of the dancers:

    3. Let's make a man a military man? With various candelabra and antique epaulettes:

    4. And finally draw up the drawing:


Dance is life, movement, dynamics. You can draw in a beautiful pose, accurately and subtly convey every detail of her fragile figure and costume, but the drawing will end up looking lifeless and static. First, to capture the movement in the picture, you need to choose a good body position. For example, you can depict jumping up while dancing over the stage. Pay attention to the position of the arms, legs, head, to which muscles are tense at the time of the jump.

Sketch the shape first. Keep proportions in mind if you want the drawing to look realistic. However, to convey the dynamics of the dance, proportions can be neglected. Excessively elongated lines, unusual curves can sometimes even emphasize movement.

The costume of the dancer is very important for conveying movement. If you are drawing a dancing girl, then her dress or some kind of ribbon should flutter in the air. The same, by the way, applies to long hair. If you are drawing a dancer, whose costume is not as lush and airy as, and whose hair is not as long, then in this case, pay special attention to tense muscles - exactly in those places where they should contract for a given body position.

A slightly blurry background is another good technique for depicting fast movement. Among other things, he focuses the viewer's gaze on the dancer.

Try playing with color. Sometimes color spots alone are enough to depict a passionate and. By the way, you can also stylize the drawing somewhat, make it more unusual by adding to the dancer or dancer natural elements that are constantly in motion. For example, draw a girl dancing among flashes of fire or with sea waves instead of a dress.

Any holiday is accompanied by dances and dances. Well, except for the religious and political ones. Even if they dance there, it is not of their own accord. And people like to jump and shake their bodies. It is laid down at the genetic level and cannot be studied by science. We will not argue with this either, but on the contrary, we will try to learn how to draw a dance with a pencil. Moreover, it is also an art. As an example, I took the well-known Tango dance. Here is the picture:

This is one of the Argentine traditions. It is very energetic and has a clear rhythm. As in the picture, there are a lot of nuances here:

  • It is necessary to monitor the harmony of the movements of the partner and one's own;
  • Vary scope, intensity of movements, plasticity and facial expressions;
  • Watch your pace;
  • In addition, the costume and props, spatial pattern and composition are important here;

Try to convey all the elements of tango criollo as realistic as possible:

How to draw a dance step by step with a pencil

Step one.

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