How to Draw Human Heart The Right Way in Just 5 Minutes: Anatomy and Physiology Premium class

Sharomena Aarthi, Bio-Medical Engineer

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10 Videos (21m)
    • How to draw base of the Human Heart, connecting vena cavas

      2:15
    • How to draw Pulmonary valve connecting Right Ventricle to lungs

      1:21
    • How to draw Pulmonary Artery

      1:13
    • How to draw Pulmonary vein, connecting Lungs and LA

      1:05
    • How to draw Bicuspid or Mitral Valve

      1:03
    • How to draw Aortic valve connecting LV and Aorta

      1:34
    • How to draw largest Artery of Heart - Aorta

      2:57
    • How to indicate flow of blood in and out of Heart

      2:37
    • How to mark layers, chambers, arteries and veins of heart

      4:40
    • How to mark the valves in the human heart

      1:52

About This Class

Drawing is a skill that is acquired as well as developed and this class is designed to give you the knowledge that you need to draw better at it. In this class, ANATOMY OF HEART is explained in a simple and effective way through step by step teaching mechanism.

It includes a highly systematic approach combined with an intuitive teaching mechanism and hence you will not face any difficult situation while learning.

Sometimes, you may be an expert in drawing, but you will not know the concept or purpose behind it. Here, I have guided you on a right way, where you can learn the concept on the go, while drawing. For instance, once you complete this class, you will not only learn How to draw the anatomy of heart, but will also learn Physiology i.e. functioning of heart.

You may be thinking on What will you learn after completing this class?

After completing all my classes, you will learn

  • How to draw anatomy of heart perfectly?
  • How to mark parts perfectly?
  • How to indicate blood flow directions within a heart in a right way?
  • What is the function of heart?
  • What is heart made up of? - i.e. all about arteries and veins

3 of 3 students recommendSee All

Everything was broken up into smaller steps making it seem less daunting. I also liked the biology lesson as we were drawing the heart.
Tiffin Filion

Trying to be more creative

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Sharomena Aarthi

Bio-Medical Engineer

I have started my professional journey in the year of 2007 by joining Bachelors degree in the stream of Bio-Medical. I am more passionate about learning the functions and anatomy of human body and at the same time I had an interest on designing some devices which could assist human. So my combined passion on electronics and medical field made me choose Biomedical Engineering.

During my course of study I have presented more papers and projects and also rewarded for the same. It encouraged me to specialize myself more. So then, I have decided to master myself in what I did and joined my Masters degree in Applied Electronics. For my out-standing academic performance in PG course, I was awarded the University 28th Rank. Also I have Published three Papers in National conference and published two papers in International Journal.

As a master I should be able to learn and teach the world about what I know and so moved a step ahead and decided to explore more. I joined as an Assistant Professor in Velalar College of Engineering and Technology. During my 2+ years of experience I involved myself in learning process along with teaching process. I started specializing myself in certain areas where I can find opportunities to groom my knowledge.

My specializations are Microprocessor, Micro controller, Proteus and mIKRO C programming, Hardware - Software co-design and Medical Electronics.

My software expertise are Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel.

I feel I am best and comfortable when I teach others what I have learn. I feel myself fresh when I am appreciated for my work.

I felt that my knowledge and specializations should not end up within a small circle and so now I am before you as an instructor to share my expertise. Hope I will prove myself in the courses I offer.