How to Draw a Bride


Let us begin by drawing the shape of the bride's head/face guide like so. Once that is done sketch in the facial guidelines.


Here you will begin drawing her pretty hair that is softly falling on her face. These curl chunks should be wavy in style not curly.


Draw in the shape of her face, then draw more hair chunks. Add detailing to the hair as well.


Begin sketching out your brides hair in more detail. This will create a fuller look. Add some root lines coming from the scalp like you see here.


Use the facial guidelines to draw out the large shaped eye. Make sure it's pretty and pouting. Thick eye lining and long lashes is a must for this bride. Draw her eyebrow too. Add the nose and simple mouth or smile.


Here all you have to do is draw in the shape of your bride's neck. It flares out a bit at the end.


Lastly, draw in the pretty tiara, then draw some of her hair behind the tiara. Next and finally draw the long pretty veil. You can choose any style veil you like. Erase your mistakes as well as the guides.


Here is the line art. As you can imagine this is going to be such a fun drawing to color in.

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November 20, 2014

Description: Here is a pretty face that needs to make a splash on the front page of Dragoart. The idea for this tut on "how to draw a bride" came from the twenty minutes I spent looking through a bridal magazine while I was sitting in a waiting chair as I sat patently for my sister to finish getting a hair cut at the salon. I didn't want to go all traditional so I drew my bride with some wavy hair and bangs falling on the front of her face in a very soft manner. I do believe I have a lesson on drawing a bride and groom, if I don't I will make a lesson on the couple but you have to let me know if you would like to see that type of tutorial. For now I do hope you enjoy drawing a bride from my imagination. If you look at her long enough she starts to look like Jennifer Lawrence. Peace people, have fun.

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