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How to Draw Jessie
Step 1. Draw a circle for her head and then add the facial guidelines. Next draw a ring around the head shape for her cowgirl hat and then move down a bit to start the other shapes. You will need to make two more circles for her torso, and waist. From those shapes you will draw the guidelines for the legs and then the arms.
Step 2. You can start sketching out Jessie's face starting with the shape of her face. Once that is done you can then draw the eye lines as well as her parted bangs. Draw an ear and detail the inside.
Step 3. Sketch out Jessie torso shape which includes the arms and all. You have to put a little shape to her arms when you draw them out.
Step 4. Here is where the fun really begins. You will now start sketching out the rim of Jessie cowgirl hat. When you do this take your time because the rim is lined with stitching as you can see here. When you have finished the hat you can sketch out the rest of Jessie's face starting with her parted bangs. Add the eyebrows and then sketch out her pretty eyes. Draw a nose and then a big friendly smile for her mouth. Next draw the beginning lining for her braid and then draw the detailing on her rodeo clothes.
Step 5. finish off the torso and begin working on her waist. Draw the belt and then finish off her arms and hands. At the bottom of her sleeves and cupped cuffs so you will need to draw that out as well.
Step 6. Add some detailing to her cuffs and then draw out the shape of her legs and or pants as you see them here. Her pants are a bot flared so keep that in mine when sketching them out.
Step 7. All you have to do here is draw out the rest of her pants and boots and then draw the cow marking on her pants. You will also need to color those markings in as well. When that is done you can start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.
Step 8. Here is what your cowgirl should look like when you are done. Color her in and yo have just learned "how to draw Jessie from Toy Story 2 step by step".
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Everyone remembers that movie Toy Story right? Well there is a new version coming out called Toy Story 3 due to be released in 2010. I saw a sneak peek of the flick and it really looks like it is going to packed with fun and laughter. The same cast is in the movie and I was so excited to see that Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are returning for the voice acting of Woody and Buzz. I honestly don’t think that Toy Story would be the same without the original cast. Anyways, I still haven’t told you who I will be giving you a lesson on. I will be teaching you “how to draw Jessie from Toy Story step by step“. I loved Jessie in part two because she was a little like Woody in a lot of ways. Like Woody she belonged to a family, a little girl to be exact. As she grew older Jessie became more and more unnoticed by her owner until she was eventually left behind on the side of the road to Goodwill. She was later picked up by a collector and there she stayed until she met Woody. Woody on the other hand loved Andy and Andy loved Woody. Although Andy gets older, he has never yet forgotten about his first toy. Jessie is not only Woody’s side kick on the show “Woody’s Round Up” she also performs as a yodeler. In fact she is called “Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl” on the original box she comes in. She has red yarn like hair that is tied in a braid like ponytail and capped with a pretty ribbon. She also wears a red colored cowgirl hat and a set of cowgirl clothes. In the movie she was voiced by Joan Cusack which made her even more funnier. I do look forward on seeing Jessie on the big screen once again. In the mean time I want to show you “how to draw Jessie from Toy Story 2 step by step”. I will be back soon so stay tuned in for more drawing fun. Peace out people!