Drawing clothes is probably one of the more important things you need to know how to do if you’re an artist. This is because every figure you draw has to be drawn with clothes on. In this tutorial you will get a full lesson on "how to draw shirts, step by step". Shirts come in many, many different varieties ranging from tee shirts, sweaters, and hoodies, to blouses, button-ups, and turtle necks. I did a sketch on four different styles of shirts that can be drawn on any character body you choose. You can decorate your clothes by adding some flowers, designs, or one of your favorite logos, or you can be simple and just add a stripe or two with subtle colors and contrast. The tops are drawn on upper body mannequin models to show you how the shirts should look on your figures whether they are anime/manga characters, cartoons, or just a concept creation from your imagination. Style is a bog part of our culture no matter where we are from around the globe. Fabric is used to cover our bodies, and these fabrics come in many colors, designs, shapes, pattern, and forms. Learning "how to draw shirts, step by step", is going to be easy, and fun as well enable you to be really creative when it's time to design and color your newly drawn clothes. I have to go but as you know I always return. Peace out to all and have a happy drawing day!