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Uploaded: March 31, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: March 31, 2010
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If you look in the “Cartoon” category you will notice that I created a new subsection called “Disney Princesses”. I did this because even though all of the popular princesses are from the Disney franchise, I thought they deserved to be in their own section. I did notice that I never did a tutorial on “how to draw Esmeralda", step by step. Although, I don't remember her being part of the princess clan, sometimes her character is thrown in the crowd with the other clean cut, looking fair maidens. Besides, I thought Quasimodo would be a little lonely without his good friend Esmeralda joining in. She is one of the main reasons why I like the cartoon so much. Her character is voiced by Demi Moore, and I think the casting department picked the right gal for the job. Demi adds this spunkiness to her whole purpose. Not only that but, I can totally picture Demi being a gypsy. In the movie Esmeralda is a young gypsy girl that entertains the people of Paris, as she dances, sings, and does disappearing acts. She is almost always accompanied by her trusted friend and sometimes companion pet goat Djali. In the movie she also does one of her seductive dances in front of the ill willed Claude Frollo who already has some sort of obsession with her. Because he believes that he is a holly man, he labels Esmeralda a witch and demands that she is burned at the stack for her evil ways. When she is running from the officials, she runs inside of the church for sanctuary and that is when she becomes close with Quazi. In all I think her character is unique. She and the story of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” is a novel that was written by Victor Hugo. I think I did a good job with this lesson on “how to draw Esmeralda", step by step. This barefooted gypsy has made an impression on the minds and hearts of a lot of French men. I will be back once again. Have fun and peace out!

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Step 6. How to Draw Esmeralda