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Today we will show you how to draw a girl with a flower for Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day. Learn how to draw this girl with the following simple step to step lesson.
First you will need to draw an oval-ish shape and draw guidelines within the oval to help place facial features.
First you need to draw the neck, ear, nose and eyes using shapes.
Draw an oval for the eye pupil, mouth and inside the ears. Then start drawing the collar of her blouse.
Add some details of her face and then draw the top of her hair. Continue by drawing the outline of her upper body.
Add her freckles and details of her hair.
Thicken some line around her face and add some shadow. Then start drawing her pony tail.
Add details to her blouse collar and draw her sleeves. Then draw a number ’9′ shape for her finger.
Draw her arm and two of her fingers.
Complete her arm and the details on her blouse. Then draw the stem and center of the flower.
Draw the leaf, petals and her belt.
Draw the outer part of her skirt and belt loop.
Add the wrinkles to her skirt and complete the bottom of the shirt.
Add a layer to the bottom of the skirt and start drawing her legs.
Add more to the skirt and continue drawing her legs.
Start drawing her feet.
Continue drawing her feet.
Draw the top of her socks.
Finally decorate the clothing however you like and color it in if you like.
I hope that this tutorial helped you to draw a Girl With a Flower for Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day and that you had a lot of fun
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