How To Draw Shoes: Ugg Boots (Step by Step Tutorial for Kids)

How To Draw Shoes: Ugg Boots (Step by Step Tutorial for Kids)

How To Draw Tutorials FOR Kids Shoes Ugg Boots

Uggs, despite their name, I think those Australian boots are so cute. I love Baby Uggs for my daughter. It’s really nice to know she will keep warm and cozy in them since she has trouble discussing her foot comfort (being so young.) Today we’re going to draw a pair of classic brown Uggs. They look complicated but it’s really just one ugg mirrored next to each other. Don’t worry, we’re going to do a step-by-step guide to draw out this pair of shoes.

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Here’s a real life reference too. I think these kid boots are so adorable!

🖍️ Tools For Success

🎨 Parents: The only tools you need to use these how-to-draw tutorials are: an eraser, a pencil, and a piece of paper. But – if you have them around – a sketching pencil makes for fainter and softer lines that help kids build fine motor accuracy. I also recommend going over the sketch pencil with a black outline marker when you’re done for a neater finish. Lastly, erase the pencil marks before adding color.

Step-by-Step Guide on How to Draw Boots 

  1. Draw a “sock-like” shape with an oval opening on top then, draw a curved line tracing the forefoot’s bottom.
  2. This “sock-like” shape is the boot’s left side, so make sure it’s facing to your left. 
  3. Add details inside by drawing a horizontally curved line from the top forefoot’s corner to the bottom forefoot. That will become the sole of the shoe which protects and buffers you from the ground.
  4. Next, connect a vertical line to the curve’s corner going upwards to the boot opening. Shoes, especially boots, all have stitching you can see. And often it’s part of the design, like these boots, it gives you a sense of definition and shape.
  5. Before you know it, you have completed a left boot, all we need to have the other pair. Repeat steps 1 to 4, but this time, the right boot must face the left boot’s opposite side to create a mirror drawing of the left boot.
  6. Our pair of boots is almost ready! Let’s color it with the classic light brown color, or whatever your favorite color is for your boot!

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Interesting Facts About Shoes

  • There’s been a study about dreaming of shoes, and it tells something about who we are and our attitude to life. Crazy right? Or you’re too into your shoes.
  • The average American woman owns 30 pairs of shoes and spends about $300 a year on footwear.
  • When steel was no longer available because of the close trade Italy encountered in the 1940s, so designer Salvatore Ferragamo experimented with new fabrics, thereby making wedge heels.
  • The first women’s boots were made in 1837 for Queen Victoria.
  • Britain established the first means to quantify shoe size in the early 1300s. Barleycorn was declared by King Edward II as the basis for shoe measurements.
  • The first shoes were made from a single piece of rawhide 4,000 years ago, enveloping the foot for both warmth and safety.
  • The most expensive sneaker ever was sold for $615,000. It was a pair of Nikes worn by Michael Jordan during a basketball game.
  • House of Harry Winston made their own version of Wizard of Oz shoes. The pair has 1,350 carats of rubies and 50 carats of diamonds; valued at $3 million.
  • The most expensive pair of shoes in the world cost $17 million dollars, made in Dubai
  • Shoes are a collector’s item, according to Suzanne Ferriss, Ph.D., author of the book Footnotes: On Shoes, which means that acquiring a new pair activates a particular region in the prefrontal cortex of the brain.
  • Located in Toronto, Canada, the Bata Shoe Museum is the only shoe museum in North America.
  • For decades, instead of gender, heels signified a high social status. For men riding horses, it was often important to have a heel on their boots to keep in their stirrups.
  • The oldest preserved shoe is 5500 years old and was uncovered in an Armenian cave, buried in sheep dung.
  • For most persons running in high heels, the Guinness World Record is 155.
  • Legislation in the 18th century intended to build elevated walkways within towns allowed women to wear shoes with higher heels that were less functional.


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