How To Draw Baby Moana From Disney’s Moana with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Pencil drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: drawholic
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
To draw Baby Moana like a two-part realistic for beginners.
Part 1: Sketching
To start Baby Moana, we will first need to draw a thin curve that will help determine the shape of her middle part. On top of that line, draw a circle divided by two lines for Moana’s head.
Next, draw the Baby Almond-shaped almond-shaped eyes along the horizontal guide of the head.
In each of her eyes, painted Moana bursting with iris and pupils, and gave her a thick lash.
Next, draw the outline of Moana’s nose and nose, as well as her eyebrows. Moana has very clear eyebrows, so don’t be afraid to be heavy with them.
Next, draw a very simple curve under the nose of Baby Moana Hay for the mouth.
Draw the outline of Baby Moana’s lips, and give her some messy hair around her face. You can make these curls a little messy to give her a beach look.
Draw the rest of Baby Moana’s hair, round ears and give her a small flower in her hair.
Follow the curve from the first step and draw the outline of Baby Moana’s body, including her diapers.
Next we will need to draw an arm on Moana. We hold her arms a little higher, so we can set her to hold a seashell afterwards.
Next, draw Moana’s baby finger. Since she’s a baby after all, make sure to keep her fingers short and a little chubby. Adult fingers don don look great on a baby!
Now we can go ahead and draw the seashell between Moana’s hands. Draw the shell with a large hole at the bottom, and a spiral shape toward the tip.
Now it’s time to give Moana some leg. Be sure to keep her legs short and stout like her arms to give her a baby-like appearance.
Part 2: Coloring
This part is important to draw her to be realistic, you need to have a harmonious color scheme, the brightness of the painting is reasonable. If you are confident enough, you can skip to the first part right away with part 2 as the video tutorial.