MarieSimone53 suggested that I do a lesson on a realistic version of Popeye's love, but I didn't want her to be a simple looking gal since the realistic Popeye I drew came out looking so rough and tough. Instead, I conjured up a concept that would match the Popeye that I made a lesson out of very nicely. Imagine if Olive Oyl was stunning, sexy and full of life. Now capture that thought and tackle this lesson on "how to draw realistic Olive Oyl". I can not say how much I love how this drawing came out. I drew Olive on the beach because her man is a sailor and she is waiting there for his ship to arrive. Instead of a lanky looking figure of Olive Oyl I went for something sultry and gorgeous. Her hair is the same as the original, her clothing is all the same, but the only things that are different are her earrings, and overall image. This is such a beautiful depiction of Olive Oyl and I'm sure a lot of you will agree that even though her facial features are not as simple as original Olive's, all the characteristics are the same. Enjoy and stick around for more tutorial fun.