Hello dear readers! Today we have prepared for you a new drawing lesson on how to draw Sara Lavrof. As you know, Sara Lavrof is one of the main characters from the animated film about Tadeo Jones, which we drew in the previous drawing lesson.
Sketch out the head in the shape of an egg. Then draw the spine using a curved line. Sketch out the chest and pelvis, arms and legs. Note, that the pelvis of women have usually are wider than shoulders (to learn more visit the lesson on how to draw a girl).
Sketch out the intersecting lines of facial symmetry on the face. Draw the neck in the shape of a neat cylinder. Then draw the curved torso, that narrows in the waist and expands in the area of hips. Then sketch draw cylinders for arms and legs and circles for shoulders, elbows and knees. Don’t forget to sketch out the hands and feet.
Accurately draw out the almond eyes with pupils inside them. Then no less neatly draw out the small nose and full lips. Note, that the facial features of women are usually more delicate and subtle.
So, draw the hair. First draw the outlines of the hair and then draw the lines inside the main contours. By the way, if you want more complicated drawing lesson dedicated to girl, visit the lesson on how to draw Anna Williams from Tekken.
Proceed to the torso of Sara Lavrof. Erase all the guidelines and accurately draw out the lines of the torso and clothing.
Here we do roughly the same steps – erase the guidelines and draw out the lines of the arms. Here we see another one feature – the arms of women are more delicate than arms of men (especially bodybuilders).
Here we draw the shorts of our today’s character. Despite the fact that there are a lot of lines this step is pretty simple. Just draw out the outlines considering folds. Then draw the belt, seams and add some more folds.
And on the final step we draw the legs. Using curved and neat lines draw out the legs. Then draw out the shoes.
If you want more lessons about girls visit articles on Ms. Marvel and Sonya Blade. And if you want more lessons about animated movies visit articles on the Boss Baby and Richard the Stork. And if you still not subscribed on our updates in social networks then be free to share this lesson and subscribe.