We will begin by making the shape of Elsa's head guide followed by her torso and shoulder. Sketch in the facial guidelines, then proceed to step two.
In this step you will begin sketching out Elsa's actual face structure. You will also need to draw in her ear, and add some detailing to her ear as well.
Elsa has really pretty eyes so here is where you will begin drawing them. Start with the eyebrows then use the facial guidelines to sketch out the shapes of her big pretty eyes. The eyelid lining should be thick, dark and bold. Color in the pupils, a
All you have to do here is draw in Elsa's nose and mouth like so, then add a nostril hole.
One of the prettiest things about Elsa besides her eyes is her hair. Her hair is puffy on top in a nice combed back style, and ends in a long thick braid. Sketch out her hair then cross hatch the hair to form a thick braid.
Add some detailing to her braid like so, then proceed to step seven.
Sketch out the shape of her neck, then draw in her torso, shoulder, back line and then some of her arm. You will also need to sketch in the decorative beads from her dress too. Erase the mistakes and you're done.
Here is what Elsa looks like when you are all done. Now all you have to do is color her in.
May 8, 2013
In the past I submitted two tutorials on the main characters from a Disney film that will be out in theaters November 2013. Today I will be uploading the rest of the characters starting with "<em>how to draw Elsa</em>", step by step. Elsa is Anna's sister as well as the Snow Queen. I have a feeling that 'Frozen' is going to be a hit that Disney can count on this year. All the characters are pretty likable and have a lot of style even if they are simple. Drawing Elsa the Snow Queen will be fun because not only is she pretty, it's always exciting drawing evil queens. I shall return in a bit so try to stick around. Peace out people.