Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Learn To Draw Tinkerbell (part 2 of 2)
Get Your Pencil And Draw

Start off by drawing Tink, using a pencil. Do not add color jus yet. Coloring should be done when you have finalized your drawing. Draw lightly at first, so that you can easily erase if ever you have some mistakes. Make the best out of your pencil by using it for shading various portions of your drawing so that you can achieve more visual depth.

Take a look at your images and try to see the basic shapes that Tink has. Sketch these basic shapes that comprise her face, body, head, wings, legs and feet. Try imagining each portion to be a distinct circle, line or curve. Do this so that it would be easier to break her down and draw her piece per piece. It's recommended that you start out with her head. This is because it would be your drawing’s focal point.

Think of the activity that she would be doing on your drawing. Would she be flying around? Is she standing still? Are her arms on her side or are they up since she would be sprinkling her fairy dust? Consider these things before you set out on drawing the details of her body.

Once you are happy with the way she looks like, get your coloring materials and color her. Use a crayon or marker for darkening the lines and outlining her. Also, clean up your drawing by erasing all the extra lines that you’ve drawn during your sketching period.

If a line does not really add anything to your image, erase it. Last but not the least, color her with your chosen media.

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