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How to Draw Gayle From Bravest Warriors, Gayle the Glendalien

Artist: Dawn / June 1, 2013
How to Draw Gayle From Bravest Warriors, Gayle the Glendalien

Step 1.

Start off by making two simple shapes, one circle for the head and the other for the body. Sketch in the facial guidelines as well.

Step 2.

You will then draw in Gayle's hair which is a puffy cap like style.

Step 3.

Here is where we will begin drawing Gayle's face shape and body. Once that is complete you can then draw in her arms, hands, and dress line on her chest.

Step 4.

Color in two eyes, then draw in the simple lined mouth.

Step 5.

Next, draw the rest of her body which also happens to be her dress. When that is done just give her some bumps for her bosom, then move along folks.

Step 6.

For the last drawing step all you have to do is finish sketching out her hairstyle which is nice and puffy. She has this shaft that sticks up behind her head that has a crown of pearls around it so be sure to draw that in as well. Erase the mistakes    

Step 7.

Here is what the finished drawing looks like. All you have to do now is color Gayle the Glendalien in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 1, 2013
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Description: I see that a lot of you are having fun with drawing Bravest Warriors characters and because of that I wanted to make more lessons on some of the characters that get requested a lot. Let's start off with this tut on "how to draw Gayle from Bravest Warriors", step by step. I think I mentioned before that I don't watch the comic series but I do know that it is becoming increasingly popular. Gayle the Glendalien comes from the Moon of Glendale. She is orange in color and wears a white gown or dress. I do believe that she has a relationship with Wallow, but I'm not sure. I'm actually giving you information that my fourteen year old brother gives me because he is the one that watches the series on Youtube. He is a big fan of Pendleton Ward as well as Adventure Time. Anyways, drawing Gayle should be simple, but if you run into any bumps in the road just relax, take a deep breath and start over. I will be back in a few with other lessons for you all so stick around.