how to draw victoria justice, victoria justice, victorious

How to Draw Victoria Justice, Victoria Justice, Victorious

Step 1.

Start this first step to drawing Victoria Justice by drawing a circle, this will be for her head. The size of the shape should be big enough to sketch out a face. If you want a larger portrait, draw a larger shape. Add the facial guides as well before moving along.

Step 2.

Okay, instead of sketching out the eyes, I want you to first sketch out the shape of her nose in a 3/4 angle. Use a light stroke when drawing the nose because the nose is a feature that shouldn't have bold lines.

Step 3.

Using a nice light stroke, begin sketching out her eyebrows. The lining should flow in one motion, and when that is done you can sketch the shapes of her eyes. The lid lining should be bolder and thicker giving her the appearance of having mascara or liner on. Lastly, sketch in the eyelashes and then move to step four.

Step 4.

Draw the bottom lid lines to finish the shaping of her eyes. When that is done you can sketch in the eyeballs, color in the pupils, add some shading on the eye, and then sketch in her lashes. You will also lightly add some under eye creases too for a puffy look.

Step 5.

This step is easy because all you have to do is sketch out the mouth and or lips. She is always smiling with an open smile so the later step will actually guide you to adding in her teeth.

Step 6.

Okay, to make things as simple as possible, I want you to simply draw a single line that will outline the bottoms of her top row of teeth. When you're done, lightly sketch in some smile or frown lines to define the cheeks.

Step 7.

Only two more steps to go. Sketch out the shape or structure of her face like so, and then sketch in that one line which will be for her straight hairstyle. The hair is going to frame her face which also makes drawing Victoria Justice simple.

Step 8.

One more step after this one guys. All you have to do now is sketch out her entire hairstyle which has a lot of wavy and body. The outer lining should have slopes and folds to add realism and body. Draw in her neck, and when you're done move along to the last drawing step.

Step 9.

All you have to do here is sketch in the detailing and definition to her hairstyle. This is just a series of strand lines that will add texture and style. Erase any visible guides that you drew in step one.

Step 10.

Look how pretty she looks when you are all done. Now you can go ahead and color the portrait in, or leave her face as a sketch. Thanks for having fun with me as we learned how to draw Victoria Justice.

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Uploaded: July 14, 2011
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 10
Updated: July 14, 2011
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Artist comments

I’m going to start things off today by submitting this tutorial on an actress and singer that is making a name for herself in a big way. My sister actually said, (along with a few other members), I should do a tutorial on "how to draw Victoria Justice", step by step. If you’re not familiar with the name, you may recall seeing her on Nickelodeon shows like Zoey 101, and Victorious. She also has a few songs that can be heard on the radio and just yesterday she posted a homemade video thanking her fans for bringing her to one million friends on Facebook. In thanks she performs a cover song from one of her favorite artist, Jessie J, and the song Price Tag gets a new sound as Victoria Justice sings it on a mic, in her dining room. Anyways, before she became the star of Victorious, Justice began acting at the early age of ten. She started out doing commercials, and even made guest appearances on series like Gilmore Girls, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, and she even starred in a few films too. Nowadays she has her own show and is making headway with her own album. Victoria made the decision that she wanted to become an actress when she was eight years old after watching just one commercial. In 2005 she began auditioning and now today she is signing autographs. I think she is going to be the next Justin Bieber, in female form. Anyways, have fun learning "how to draw Victoria Justice", and the next time you hear a song on the radio where a girl is singing with lyrics like “Freak the Freak Out”, that is Victoria Justice your listening too. Peace people and have fun!