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easter girl drawing lesson

Easter Girl Drawing Lesson

Step 1.

We will begin by drawing the head guide and guidelines for the face, shoulders and arms.

Step 2.

Up next, use the face guide to sketch out the structure of the Easter girl's face shape like so, then draw in her parted hair or bangs.

Step 3.

We will utilize the facial guidelines to draw in the shapes of the eyes. When you do this be sure that the upper lids are thick and bold. Draw the nose, mouth and thin eyebrows too.

Step 4.

We will now draw in the head shape or hairstyle. For me, I chose to go with a semi long wavy hairdo. The curls rest nicely on the shoulders and are detailed with indent or crease lines.

Step 5.

Draw the shape of the head in the back of the bunny ears headband and notice how both ears are flopped over but the right one is lower.

Step 6.

Sketch out the shape of her neck, then draw the shoulders, arms, and torso. Add the cleavage line and collar bone. Also, draw the hair that hides behind the neck.

Step 7.

Almost done boys and girls. Draw in the basket handle and then draw the hands which are gripping the basket handle. Add the detailing to the handle and the dress too.

Step 8.

For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw the egg shaped pattern on the dress or whatever pattern you like. Erase the mistakes and guides as well.

Step 9.

When all is said and done you should end up with a drawing that looks like the one you see here. Color in your Easter girl before you show someone your art.

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Uploaded: March 28, 2017
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: February 10, 2016
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Here is a drawing concept that I am really proud of and excited to upload. It's a tut that will show you how to draw a girl all dressed to celebrate Easter. I really love the way that I made this concept. I feel that everything is in portion from the ears, face and head, to the body, hands and basket. Of course the color pallet I chose for my Easter girl can be replicated, but you can also choose to use your own color scheme for an added personalized look and feel. Anyways, I know for a fact that this concept won't be difficult to draw so go ahead and have a blast. I will be back soon so stick around to see what else is in store.

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