Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Learn To Draw Tinkerbell (part 1 of 2)

Tinkebell is considered to be the most famous fairy in modern times, all thanks to Disney’s Peter Pan movie. Because of this, a lot of people have started to have a soft spot for this small yet endearing fairy of all time. A lot of children also have developed a certain liking for her, wanting to become fairies just like Tink. If for some reason you need to learn to draw Tinkerbell, here are the steps in doing so.

Get Tink’s Picture

To start drawing, you should have a couple of her pictures. Go and refer to your favorite Tinkerbell images from children’s books. You can also find some pictures of her on the Internet. Do this so that you can have a very good visual idea of how you would want your Tinkerbell version to look like.

Do not feel restricted by your references. Have the liberty to exercise your creative freedom. Go on and think of your Tink version instead of copying an existing one. A lot of versions have been created as time passed by in both plays and books. Thus, there is really no reason why you couldn’t make your own and give her a new look.

Be Ready With Your Materials

Get a piece of paper, notebook, sketch pad or whatever paper that you want to place your drawing in. Be ready with coloring materials such as crayons, colored pencils or markers so that you can add some color after you have finished your drawing. Take note of the traditional drawings of Tinkerbell. These include colors such as green, silver, pink and yellow. Sometimes, there are also other colors that are similar with her skin tone. However, you can still opt to modify these if you want to.

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