Realistic Elsa Drawing Step by Step with Pencil

Realistic Elsa Drawing with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Pencil drawing tutorials for beginners and everyone.

Realistic Elsa Drawing

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


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

Step 1

Start the first step like we usually do whenever we draw shapes. Create head and torso guides, then outline the face, arm, and neck guides.

Step 2

Using the face guide, start outlining her facial structure starting at the forehead, cheeks, chin, and jawline.

Step 3

Use the facial guides to draw Elsa’s amazingly beautiful eyes. As you can see they are very sexy, that’s the style I’m aiming for.

Step 4

Now you can outline her eyebrows, nose and mouth. Notice how her eyebrows are beautifully shaped. The mouth or lips should be full.

Step 5

Now we are going to have fun with drawing her hair. You can start this work by sketching the sides first, then draw small sections of hair that are combed back but in bunches.

Step 6

Sketch the shape of her neck, then draw long braids that will rest on her shoulders. Add details to her hair, then continue to step seven.

Step 7

Now we can start with drawing her torso and arms. Do this by drawing the arms outstretched in a magical way or pose. Draw according to the shape of her breasts/breasts.

Step 8

Continue working on the body by sketching her actual shape. Once that’s done, draw the neckline for the dress, then add more details related to her clothes and body.

Step 9

All you have to do here is draw in Elsa’s hand. I know this can be difficult for some of you as hands are often one of the hardest concepts to draw. Just try your best until you get what you like.

Step 10

Complete Elsa’s dress by adding sheer lining or the bottom of her skirt. This would flow through the air like she was performing some serious magic. Remove all errors and instructions when you’re done.

Step 11

That’s it, color her when you’re done. I hope you enjoyed this very interesting lesson on how to draw the cartoon version of Elsa.

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