Description: Someone asked if I could make a simple pierced heart concept that is chunky and bold. After thinking about what I could do or create that would be easy to replicate, I came up with a stubby heart, with a piercing going through it. This lesson is called "<em>how to draw a heart design</em>", step by step. Hearts are so fun to draw because you can literally come up with anything at all. If you have an active imagination, the possibilities are endless. There is literally so many different things you can draw using the heart as your base piece. The piercing is that of either a belly ring, brow ring, or lip ring. These are the only rings that I could think of that have that hoop based design. Do I like how the heart design came out? Yeah, I guess I do. The only thing that I don't like about it is how simple looking it is. I forced myself not to clutter up the drawing with too much stuff because then I know it wouldn't have looked clean and easy. So here it is, a simple to follow tutorial on a heart design. You can tweak it the way you want by adding things you might like to see. You can even change the design if you like as well. That's all I have to say for this lesson. Thanks for joining me, and be sure to stick around.
Description: Next, draw the hoop of the body ring which is piercing through the center of the heart. The whole idea for the detailing is to make the heart look like it's getting its does of pain. Add the bold detailing to the piercing like so, as well as for the center of the heart.