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Chola Tattoo Drawing

Artist: Dawn / November 8, 2015
Chola Tattoo Drawing

Step 1.

Draw the guide for the head and then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Define the shape of Chola's face and then draw in the outline of her bandanna.

Step 3.

We will now draw in her hairstyle which is usually long, straight and styled. I have the hair on this Chola curl at the ends.

Step 4.

In this step you will draw in the eyes, but before we do that draw the high arched eyebrows first and then color them in making sure to keep them on the thin side. Once the eyebrows are done you can draw in the eyes and nose.

Step 5.

We will finish the face in this step so to do that draw the mouth or lips, then draw in the big hoop style earrings. Add a tattoo tear drop and neck line.

Step 6.

Lastly, draw in the design pattern on the bandanna and then start erasing all the mistakes and guides.

Step 7.

Here is the line art for your drawing of a Chola. You can now have fun as you color her in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 8, 2015
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Description: So I have some really fun art/lessons that I will be uploading today and some of these tut ideas came to me just by randomly surfing the net for different types of artwork and tattoo concepts. I did come across a few ideas that I really liked. This is the first one and it with be on drawing a Chola, step by step. What is a Chola? Well for those of you who don't know, Chola's are female Latino women who are hardcore through and through. There are a lot of Latino women who just dress the part of a Chola, but the real Chola's are actually involved with gangs, and don't act like women at all. They typically wear their eyebrows thin with high arches. These eyebrows are either tattooed on or penciled in. You will find a lot of Chola women in places like Southern Cali, San Diego and even in NYC. This concept art on a Chola is very beautiful. Just because they are hardcore chic, doesn't mean they are ugly. I happen to think that not only are Chola women strong in every sense of the word, they are also beautiful. Anyways, I do hope you like drawing a Chola face. I will be back with the rest of my lessons in a bit so try and stick around.