|Uploaded:||January 24, 2010|
|Updated:||January 25, 2010|
Gothic fashion and figures have died out a bit I have to say, and maybe it’s because it has become more excepted by society. I was browsing through some online clothing stores, and I came across this awesome pajama set with the character print of Tinkerbell. I know what your thinking, “Tinkerbell?”. This wasn’t an ordinary fifth grade print, it was of Gothic Tinkerbell. When I got home I added her as a character for tutorials that I wanted to do. So that is what this first lesson of the day will be on, “how to draw Gothic Tinkerbell, step by step”. I know for a fact everyone loves the Gothic version of Tink. She is scattered all over the place, MySpace, DeviantArt, all over Google images, and so on. I had so much fun sketching out my creative version of this very popular Disney character, that today I was looking to do some more of this style art. Unfortunately I ran into an artists block and can’t figure out what I want to draw that is cool, and exciting. When your drawing Gothic Tinkerbell, remember that you can play with her style including the colors of her outfit, the style of her hair, and even the make-up. All you really need is a lesson to sketch out the frame and character of Tinkerbell. After that, it’s all peaches and cream. Well, that just about does it for me with this tutorial description. There is still more lessons on the way so keep an artistic eye open for the next submission. Peace out guys and have fun!