How to draw sailor moon step by step | Anime girl drawing easy

How to draw sailor moon step by step with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Anime girl drawing easy for beginners and everyone.

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Draw a circle for the head, and then draw the guidelines for the face, shoulders, and torso.

Step 2

Outline the shape of her face, and then draw out the muffin top hairstyle. Draw several evenly spaced hairs, and in the middle of her forehead, draw two pieces of an arc.

Step 3

Using the face guides you drew in step one, draw her eyes, eyeballs, and colors in some students. When done, draw thick eyelids or eyelashes, then draw on the eyebrows, nose, and mouth.

Step 4

All you have to do is sketch her ears like that, and then draw her jewels and face masks. Sketch some small details to the middle of her head, and move on to step five.

Step 5

One of the special things about Sailor Moon’s personality, is the hairstyle for the braids. Draw two straws like that, and then draw the bun to the head. Add some details, and move along the kiddies.

Step 6

Now it’s time to start working on upper body. Start by sketching out her neck, and then draw her shoulders and even her folded collar. Draw in a big bow and then the sleeve of her dress. Draw in her necklace and proceed.

Step 7

Carefully draw your hand, cushion your elbow, and then some of your torso. She has a typical V-shape, so keep that in mind when drawing the body of Sailor Moon.

Step 8

Finally, draw her waist and hips, and then draw in the border around her waist. Draw the skirt as well as the definition or design style for her dress. Once you are satisfied with the results, you can start deleting the steps to clean up.

Step 9

Complete the drawing by adding more legs to her

Step 10

She is here when you finish painting Sailor Moon. Use some of her signature colors when you decide to color her. Let me see your finished artwork when you’re done.

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