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Uploaded: July 25, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 5
Updated: July 25, 2008
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Hello ya’ll and welcome back. Before we get started I would like to say that these next three tutorials are dedicated to my 12 year old sister who is infatuated with girly stuff. She asked me to draw her three pictures of three female characters one being her favorite. So today in this tutorial you will learn how to draw a Bratz girl. Now my younger sister really wanted me to make her look pretty and she wanted me to draw an outfit that resembled one of hers. So what I did was give her a nice pink sweater and a pair of blue jeans with pink boots to match. I’m sure you are all familiar with the Bratz doll collection. When they first came out I thought they were pretty ugly because they had misshapen bodies. Like there heads are wicked big and round with small portioned upper and lower parts, except when you get to there feet. There feet are I guess suppose to match there head so they make them larger. I wanted my Bratz girl to look different than the norm so I gave her a set of nicely shaped breast so she can look more like a 16 year old girl. I mean I figure if they wear that much makeup and wear the kind of clothes they do, then they might as well be older teens right. The Bratz doll was first created in 2000 by the toy designer Carter Bryant. It wasn’t until 2001 that the Bratz dolls hit the store shelves. The first four to be realesed were Cloe, Yasmin, Jade, and Sasha. They come with awesome looking urban clothes styles and detachable feet to change the style of the shoe or boot that you could by separately. Of course like you can imagine the dolls became extremely popular in very little time. In 2004 the Bratz collection sold more dolls then their competition, Barbie. They were ranked number one in the United Kingdom soon after in that very same year. In the year of 2005 Bratz came out with a new clothing line to shy away from that urban look. So they started coming with more everyday styles that girls could be more realistic with. Movies came out and then video games. My sister absolutely loves these dolls. So in dedication to her I will show you all how to draw a Bratz girl step by step with easy to read instructions. Remember you can draw any kind of fashion you like to customize your very own doll. You can even change her hair and eye color as well. Hope you likey. Peace out.

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