|Uploaded:||May 13, 2009|
|Updated:||September 26, 2010|
Remember when I said that I was going to do two separate tutorials on a bride and groom when I submitted the lesson on how to draw a bride? Well this is the second part of the couple called “how to draw a groom", step by step. As I said in the first lesson on the bride, a groom is that male of the two and he is responsible for all his best-men. I say “best-men” because although the typical number of having a best-man is one, there are times where the groom will have more than one best-man. For a bride, there is the “maid of honor” and a handful of brides maids. Whenever a man and woman get married, a day or two before the wedding, the best-man is supposed to throw the groom a “bachelor party” and vise versa with the bride. In a wedding, typically there is one cake for both the bride and groom, but sometimes there will be a brides cake and a grooms cake. No matter how you choose to coordinate your beautiful day. This tutorial will show you “how to draw a groom step by step”. I didn't want to make him too difficult to draw, so I did a real simple tutorial and you can edit this groom nay way you like. You will have the basic foundation to draw your very own groom and you can even change the style and color of his tuxedo, and hair style. I will be back tomorrow because today happens to be my day off. I will talk to my peeps later on today, until then adios amigos.