Fallen Angel Tattoo Drawing

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Begin with the guidelines for the head, neck and arm. Once that is done you can proceed to step two.


Start defining the shape of the face. We will only be drawing the profile of an angel face so don't get yourself too stressed out over the task.


Draw the closed eye, eyebrow and defined cheek.


We will now begin sketching out the hairstyle. This style is wavy, long and pretty full when complete. Take your time, don't move too fast.


We will now draw the arm and hand followed by the shoulder. See how this angel is reaching up towards God's kingdom.


Finally, we will draw the feathers. Do this in a way to make them caged in style. Once you are done you can erase the mistakes and guides.


Up next we will color in the drawing. You can add your own detailing around the fallen angel if you want, but that is your choice.

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June 11, 2017

Description: I don't know how many times I have done a lesson on a fallen angel, but this must be my one hundredth one (exaggeration of course). Anyways, here is a new style of a fallen angel. I wanted it to be good enough for a tattooed image so hopefully I succeeded in that arena. In total there was only a few complicated parts to creating this fallen angel. One of them was drawing the winged feathers in a way that looks like its caging in the angel. I did this purposely because when an angel falls, they are basically prisoners here on Earth until the heavenly Father lets them come back home. If not, they will forever walk the earth for all eternity alone and lifeless. All in all drawing a fallen angel tattoo style should be pretty simple, but if you are a novice artist it may take a few tries before getting it right. I will meet you all back here so don't stray too far away.

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