|Uploaded:||June 2, 2011|
|Updated:||June 2, 2011|
This tutorial has been sitting in my pending folder for a week now and I just go around to uploading it today. This will be my fifth lesson for the day and you will enjoy this tutorial on "how to draw a maid", step by step. I know it may not seem like drawing a maid is a fun thing to do, but just think about how popular these women are. Maids became increasingly popular during the beginning of when folks caught on to the idea of having someone else deal with all the chores that women needed to do in the house. They are recognized by wearing outfits of white and black, but today the maids we have come into our homes wear everyday clothing or a set uniform. I am not one of those types to have a maid come and clean my house because I feel that it should be my job to clean up my own mess. Of course that’s just me but if I had a family I’m sure I would talk about the concept of having someone come in and do all the cleaning, laundry, and dusting. There are actually a few different types of maids and they are; house maids, nursery maids, kitchen maids, and even maids that report only to the head women of the household. I drew my female to look a little sexy as depicted by what some believe to be “French maids”. I mean, how many times have you heard that terminology around the table? Anyways, have fun learning "how to draw a maid", and I will be back soon with more drawing fun. Peace out folks and enjoy the rest of your drawing day!