How to Draw a Warrior Girl

Artist: Dawn / June 22, 2015

Step 1.

Let's make two shapes, one for the head and another for the body. Sketch in the facial guidelines and then the body guides.

Step 2.

Next, instead of drawing a head full of hair, we will draw a head covered by a helmet. The helmet has U shaped for each eye and then a nose shield.

Step 3.

Define the shape of the warrior's face like so, add some hair in the corners of the helmet openings and then add detailing to the actual helmet design itself.

Step 4.

Up next, let's tackle the eyes. Like with the barbarian girl you will need to draw the upper lids in a thick, dense manner. Once that is done you can draw in the pupils.

Step 5.

The head and face of your warrior is complete. Move down to the body and draw in the shoulders, arms and torso. Notice that the arms are crossed over one another and so are the hands.

Step 6.

Add detailing to the chest plate and then add some detailing to the arm.

Step 7.

We will now draw in the sword which is sticking in the dragon head.

Step 8.

Now draw the dragon head in it's dead form. Draw the jagged teeth and move to step nine.

Step 9.

The only hair you will see is the hair in back of her body. This time she has thick, wavy hair. Draw the loin cloth and then her legs/feet.

Step 10.

Lastly, add detailing to her sword's blade and handle, then draw in detailing on the clothing to make it look like a knights outfit. Erase the mistakes and all the guides as well.

Step 11.

Here is your finished drawing for your warrior girl. Now all you have to do is color her in and be on your way.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 22, 2015
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Description: Here is another version of a battling chic that can kick some serious butt. Up next, we will have some fun as we learn how to draw a warrior girl, step by step. Now as you can see this warrior looks like a knight because of the metal suit she is wearing. The head of the beast looks very similar to the barbarian that we just drew, but the fact is the beast head in this lesson is actually a dragon. Dragons where common in the days when knights walked the earth. Instead of drawing this warrior girl in battle, I thought it would be cool to show her standing next to the kill in a very proud manner. If you like drawing warriors and wished that Dragoart had them in female form, well here is one of the first lessons on drawing a female warrior. Have fun and don't forget to leave some feedback.