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How To Draw A Human Heart Drawing
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Step: 1 Draw the U shape of the human heart
Let’s start the first step of the human heart. first draw the U shaped lines and again draw the U shape inside the first U shape.
Draw the U shape beside the second U shape with the help of sketch and the paper while you are drawing you can use the smooth and flat surface of the desk.
Step: 2 Draw the O shape of the human heart
By following the step one now draw the O shape at the upper side of the U shape. You can use any thing to draw the circle.
By following our steps by one by one you can draw the diagram easily.
Step: 3 Draw the shape of the human heart
After completing the above steps now come to the third step. Draw the shape of the human heart by extending the line from the U shape and draw the tube shape arcs.
Step: 4 Draw the tube shapes of the human heart
Now draw the tubes shapes of the human heart. In briefly we can say first draw the 3 U shapes with different sizes one by one.
After draw O shapes at the upper side of the human heart. Now draw the arcs from U shape and draw some tube shapes with in.
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Interesting Facts About Human Heart
Hearts are located between the lungs in the middle compartment of the chest, approximately the size of a fist.
Blood is pumped from one part of the body to another.
- It is responsible for pumping hormones to various parts of the body.
- Receiving the blood that has been deoxygenated and pumping it to the lungs for oxygenation.
- Blood pressure needs to be maintained.
Two upper chambers are referred to as atria (singular: atria), while two lower chambers are called ventricles (singular: ventricles). The heart is divided into two sides by muscle walls referred to as septa or septum. Four chambers make up the heart: the left atrium and right atrium on top and both left and right ventricles on the bottom.
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