I invite all beginner artists to a new lesson, in which I will tell you how to draw Ariel. An interesting and useful pastime awaits you!
A new drawing lesson is devoted to drawing the main character from the Walt Disney cartoon “The Little Mermaid” and in this lesson I will show you how to draw Ariel. I think you really like this cute underwater princess. Ariel is curious, energetic and sometimes very stubborn.
Surely you remember that Ariel had an independent character and did not always listen to her father, the sea king. The underwater princess was interested in the world of people, and therefore she repeatedly sailed away from her underwater kingdom and then amazing adventures happened to her.
In this tutorial, Ariel is presented in chibi style. This image is different from the one you saw in the cartoon, but here is a very simple way to draw the mermaid Ariel so that she is easily recognizable.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 35 minutes.
How to Draw Ariel
- Draw the outline of the head.
Depict a circle, add the lower part of the head with a smooth line and mark the face.
- Add elements of the face.
Depict the large eyes, thin eyebrows and the mouth using the markings prepared in advance.
- Detail the eyes and add the rest of the head.
Sketch out the iris, pupils, eyelids, and eyelashes. Add the nose, ears eyelids, and neck.
- Depict the upper body.
Add the small torso with smooth lines and add the upper outline of the tail.
- Sketch out the hands.
Be careful at this step and try to correctly depict the position of the hands.
- Draw the hair.
Use smooth, curved lines to depict the lush, thick hair.
- Add the tail.
The tail consists of those elements—the main part and two fins.
- Draw the bodice and detail the tail.
Add the bodice in the same shape as in the example and add thin stripes at the end of the tail.
- Color the Ariel.
For coloring, use the brightest colors—red, blue, blue, beige, and purple.
If you have comments or questions, feel free to write about it. As usual, at the end of the lesson, I prepared a brief instruction in PDF format. Thus, the lesson will be available to you at any time.