How to Draw Judy Garland, Judy Garland

Artist: Dawn / June 14, 2013

Step 1.

Start with a shape for the head, then sketch in the facial guidelines. You will then draw a neck line as well.

Step 2.

Using the guides you just made, begin sketching out Judy's face structure. You will also start the process of getting her hair drawn as well by making some layered lines that crown her head.

Step 3.

Here we will work on the face before sketching out the head and hair. Start with the eyebrows, then draw in the thick lining for her upper eyelid. The lining or shape of her eyes should be dark and bold. Add the bottom lid then sketch in the lashes.    

Step 4.

We will now sketch out the shape of her nose and color in the nostrils. When that is done simply draw the mouth or lips, then proceed to step five which happens to be my favorite step.

Step 5.

Some of you may not know this, but I love drawing hair especially when it is hair like Judy Garland. You will slowly draw the long wavy locks to form Judy's hairstyle as she wore it in The Wizard of Oz. Add various curls and detailing, then add the b   

Step 6.

For the last step, all you have to do is draw the collar of her dress, then draw the shoulder which is also the sleeve of her dress. Erase your mistakes then you're done.

Step 7.

Here is the clean line art from your drawing when you are done. Color in the face that America went crazy for at one time, then show off your work of art.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 14, 2013
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Description: The face you see before you now is one that is recognized as being the girl from The Wizard of Oz. We know her as Dorthy, but in reality she is a face that lite up the screen whenever she graced it. In this lesson you will learn "how to draw Judy Garland", step by step. Even though she has a wholesome name that families will remember for the rest of time, her real or birth name was Frances Ethel Gumm. Judy Garland was her stage name and it's also the name that made her climb to fame that much easier. Judy was first signed to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1935 and it is said that she was signed without giving a screen test. Judy Garland started making a name for herself with her beautiful voice and appearance behind the camera. She is also the mother to another famous entertainer named Liza Minnelli. Drawing Judy Garland will be a classic experience because the face that your hand will sculpt out is one of Hollywood’s biggest names.