Here we just begin with some fairly simple guidelines to start us off. These guides consist of a circular head with a cross to help us position the face, then the neck guideline connecting to the center line down the chest.After that, draw a line through where the neck ends and two small circles, for the shoulders, and then connect the arms.
Now we start on the head by defining the chin and doing the first part of her hair.
Then start the face by drawing her eyes, triangle nose, and the mouth with a break in the middle to represent the dip of the lip.
After that, follow the guides to create her neck, shoulders, arms, and torso.
Then you can cover her up by creating an assortment of clothes, here I have done an Off-the-shoulder top with some decor on the front.
Now you can lengthen her hair and add some more details in the eyes and torso.
Now you can clean up your girl, get rid of guidelines, and prepare to add the twist.
Lets start by sketching some wing guides lightly.
Then we start putting feathers one by one into each wing. Right wing: this wing is not folded, so it is easier of the two. You start by curving the guide around and bringing it up in a thin arch. The next feather is a bit longer, and the next is about as long as the first one, then they get shorter and shorter, right down to the base of the wing. Left wing: This wing is folded, so we add an extra guide ling going through the two others. You start from the middle guideline and do the first feather, but it goes up and curves around, connecting to the other guide and following it to the top of the wing. the second does the same, and so on. Most of the rest of the wing is behind this fold and you only need to draw a couple of feathers leading to behind the girls back.
Now we can darken our lines and curve the top of the wings. We are done!
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