How to Draw Isabella
Step one is all about drawing out the body frame for Isabella. Start with an egg shape and then continue on to draw her facial guidelines. Next draw out the body guidelines as you see here and then move to the next step.
Using the facial guidelines that you drew in step one, you will start drawing the shapes of Isabella's eyes, nose, mouth or facial smirk, and then the lower shape of her face and neck.
Finish off the shape of her eyes and then add the eyelashes. You will then begin drawing in her hair starting with the front feathered bangs. Continue onto draw the shape fo her torso and then her arms.
Finish drawing out Isabella's hair style and then draw out the cute bow that is neatly tied on her head. Draw the eyeballs and then the pupils.
Color in her eyes and then detail her bow a bit. You will then add detailing lines on her hair and then detail the end of her pretty dress.
Draw Isabella's leg shapes and then draw her nice belt. If you want you can start erasing some of the facial guidelines that you drew in step one that you no longer need any more.
This is your last drawing step and all she needs now is some feet and her sock lines. Erase the rest of the guidelines and shapes that you drew so you can prepare Isabella for coloring.
May 25, 2009
Description: Phineas and Ferb has become such a big hit with the Disney channel that I have to do two more characters from the show. Isabella is the first character that I associated the animated series with because she is known for her catchphrase “What'cha doin?” and Isabella is usually saying those words to Phineas because she has a major crush on him as seen in the very first episode. Now, Isabella's full name is “Isabella Garcia-Shapiro” and she is best friends with both Phineas and Ferb and she often helps them get their plans in motion. Now because she is the leader of the “Fireside Girls” she often gets all her girls to enlist their services to aid Phineas and Ferb. The main reason why she does this with the girls is because she wants to get new badges and credits like the Girl Scouts would. Isabella is a sweet and cute girl that reminds me of my baby sister. I think that you guys will love learning ""how to draw Isabella" from Phineas and Ferb, step by step". After I submit this lesson there will be one more character that I will be uploading from the animated cartoon series. Drawing Disney characters is always fun because they are so easy to do. All the steps that I supply you with will allow you to draw Isabella with ease as well making your drawing experience fun and creative. I will be back in a bit so don't have a pickle my friends. Peace out.