How to draw girls can be a lot of fun as they appear in all shapes and sizes; tall and short, fat and thin (with a variety of sizes in-between.) Old and young with the majority in the middle; some are pretty and some of them ugly; some with smooth baby-like skin and others with sagging flesh and wrinkles. So it’s a question of "What type of girls do you want to draw?"
The easiest place to start would be learning how to draw cartoon girls of all shapes and sizes, with overstated characteristics that cartoon people love.
This means you can exaggerate to your heart's content whereas if you are drawing a serious portrait and aiming for a good likeness, you’ll need to brush up on your human (head) anatomy.
As for any portrait sitter who insists on his or her portrait painting, must be flattering, "You must take out the wrinkles and make me look ten years younger." If you are confronted with the situation, you’ll have to be quite a master portrait painter of notoriety. So let’s stick with cartoon styles which can be fun to draw and they are easy to do!
figure in "how to draw girls" is an
entirely different kettle of fish and the information and "How-to" drawings would take up more than one page on this site so
it will have to fit in on a new page about "Girls Figures" or "Figure
Drawing" or even a full e-book just to get the basics in so you fully
understand and can USE the data
effectively. If you put years of practice in studying the human forms you
will surely reach the top of the pinnacle.
So let's start off with the head first – cartoon style; take note of these bulleted lists so they become second nature to you.
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