I suggest you complete this drawing lesson, in which I will tell you how to draw Zelda. This lesson has nine steps.
I have prepared for you a great drawing lesson in which you will learn how to draw Zelda step by step. This tutorial is great for beginners or kids who don’t have much drawing experience.
Zelda is a widely recognizable character in video games. Princess Zelda is considered one of the main characters in The Legend of Zelda series of games developed by Nintendo. The character was created by Shigeru Miyamoto.
In different games, her different incarnations appear. Although they are not similar, but, in general, they are kind and benevolent. Due to her connection to the goddess Naira and the Triforce of Wisdom, Zelda possesses insight and wisdom.
But this does not always save her from the hunters. Most incarnations of Zelda possess magic skills or superpowers, such as telepathy and precognition.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Zelda
- Draw the bottom outline of Zelda’s head.
To complete this step, draw one arc as shown.
- Add the contours of the character’s hair and ears.
Depict two pointed ears and wavy hair using curved lines.
- Depict the neck and upper body.
Now you need to add some curved lines below the outline of the head.
- Sketch out the belt.
Below the previously drawn elements, draw a few more curved lines.
- Draw the outlines of the character’s legs.
One leg is turned to the side, and the other is straight. Depict the elements of the boots.
- Depict one arm.
On the left side of the previously drawn torso, draw the arm and the elements of the costume.
- Add the second arm.
Use straight and curved lines of various lengths to draw the arm and other elements.
- Draw facial features.
Inside the outline of the head, add the eyebrows, eyes, and mouth using arcs and rounded lines.
- Color the drawing.
To color Zelda, use beige, yellow, green, blue, black, and brown.
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