Learn to draw crossed arms. This step-by-step tutorial makes it easy. Kids and beginners alike can now draw a great looking crossed arms.
Crossing one’s arms can be a form of nonverbal communication, making one’s feelings known through gestures and posture. The crossing of the arms may indicate stubbornness, defiance, rebellion, skepticism, or hostility. For example, a child may cross his or her arms when defying the instructions of a parent or teacher. It is often accompanied by a frown.
You don’t need any special pens or tools. A regular pencil, eraser, and paper are all you need.
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