Now you will learn how to draw Elsa step by step. With this simple step-by-step guide, you will train your artistic abilities once again.
I am glad that you are interested in the drawing lessons provided on this site, and now I will show you how to draw Elsa step by step. This is the heroine of the cartoon “Frozen”, where Elsa is presented as the Queen of Arendelle. Elsa has an amazing gift—she can create snow and ice. Elsa looks reserved and withdrawn, but in fact, a real storm of emotions is raging inside her. Elsa has a very beautiful appearance, she has fair skin and long blonde hair. Elsa is wearing a beautiful long blue dress.
In this tutorial you will draw Elsa in chibi style. This is a very easy way to draw and you will quickly get the hang of it. Here the character has unrealistic proportions, but is easily recognizable. Be careful at every stage of drawing and carefully draw all the lines that are marked in red.
So grab all your art supplies and get started with the tutorial.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Elsa Step by Step
- Draw the head.
Depict a circle, add the lower contour of the face and make a marking in the middle of the head.
- Add the outline of the eyes and ears.
Use pre-prepared lines and draw wide eyes and two ears. Observe symmetry.
- Depict the rest of the facial features.
Add the iris, pupils and highlights, draw thin eyebrows, nose, and mouth.
- Sketch out the hair.
With the help of smooth curved lines, depict large individual strands of the hair in sequence.
- Draw the rest of the hair.
On the side, add the rest of the hair that is collected in the braid.
- Depict the upper body.
Add the shoulders and depict two arms in which the brushes are folded together.
- Add the lower part of the torso.
Draw the long dress and the visible part of the shoe.
- Sketch out the cape.
With the help of smooth lines, depict the long cape.
- Color the drawing.
Use different shades of beige and blue.
Especially for your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file in which you will find a short version of the lesson. Thus, you can return to the lesson at any time, regardless of the presence of an Internet connection.
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