Learn to draw Frozen Anna quickly and easily. This step-by-step instruction will help you because it is useful and simple.
In this lesson, you will learn how to draw Anna from Frozen. If you watched this cartoon, you must have been fascinated by the beauty and courage of the main character – Princess Anna, who goes on a dangerous journey to save her kingdom and her sister.
Anna is cheerful, open, and sociable, but sometimes she can be impulsive and short-tempered. Anna has light brown hair, large expressive eyes, and a beautiful outfit that accentuates her slender figure. You will enjoy drawing this character, especially since it will be easy.
This step-by-step guide is intended for those users who do not have much experience in drawing but have a desire to learn new techniques in drawing characters. In this tutorial, you will easily draw Princess Anna with simple steps. At each stage there will be a small hint, thanks to this you will achieve excellent results.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Anna from Frozen
- Draw an oval for the face.
Depict a smooth rounded line and add the outline of the ear.
- Depict the hair.
The contour of the hair has a rounded shape, and at the bottom the hair is braided.
- Sketch out the dress.
The sleeves are pointed. The dress is narrow at the waist and flares out at the bottom.
- Draw the legs.
With a smooth line depict two legs in the same position as in the example.
- Depict the cape.
Draw a smooth uneven line around the dress.
- Add the hands.
Using straight lines draw the sleeves and at the end draw small hands.
- Add facial features.
- Detail the clothes.
Draw the outline of the collar, belt, and folds on the clothes.
- Color the drawing.
You will need beige, brown, dark gray, purple and blue.
Beautiful Princess Anna from Frozen is ready! I think the result will please you. Share your impressions about this lesson in the comments. You can write which characters you like and which one you would like to draw.
At the end of the lesson, you will find a link where you can download a PDF file with a short version of this lesson. Save this file for yourself and complete the lesson any time you feel like it.
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