Let us begin like we always do and that's by creating the guides for the head, neck and torso. Sketch in the facial guidelines as well.
Using the head guide you just made, sketch out the shape of her face and then draw in the long semi wavy hairstyle. The top of the head is care since this is where the helmet will be drawn in at.
Using the facial guides, begin to draw in her face starting with the dark, thick eyebrows. You will then draw in her nose and mouth as well.
Draw the eyes completely. Make the dark circles or lining under the eyes to create a stressed look. When that is done add a burnt cigarette in her mouth along with the cheek indent.
Now we can cap off the head with the military helmet. Once that is done, draw the rest of her hairstyle which is just the hair length, then add some detailing to the hair.
Sketch out her neck, torso and arm. You will then draw in the lining for the tee, dog tags and the lining for the hair resting on her shoulder.
The straps for the helmet should be drawn in next, then proceed to step eight which is the last drawing step.
Detail the helmet with netting that is on a lot of military helmets, then add a band around the base. Erase your mistakes followed by all the guides you made.
Here is the line art folks. You can color her in and show someone your work when you are all done.
November 2, 2015
Okay guys, are you ready to have some fun today or what? I hope so because today we will be tackling different types of lessons that will please different types of people. I will start with this tut on how to draw an army girl, step by step. I really wanted to make this tut because I felt inspired to create a drawing on a female who is actually in combat. As you know men and woman can join the military, so instead of just making tuts or lessons on male soldiers, why not create something that us females can relate to especially ones who are in the military. I tried to create the look of stress by giving this chick a worn out look. She has black circles around her eyes, a cigarette hanging from the corner of her mouth, and her hair is dingy and flat from being part of a war that doesn't make sense. Anyways, I'm really proud of this drawing and I hope folks like it as well. I will return with some other fun stuff to draw so stick around after you finish drawing this army girl.