How To Draw Lilo From Lilo And Stitch
Okay lets start off this step by drawing the frame guidelines of Lilo. Start by drawing a perfect circle for the head, then sketch in some facial guidelines as well as the body guide.
Using the shape you made in step one, you will begin sketching the structure of Lilo's face. Incorporate the ears with the same face shape lining. Draw the bangs for Lilo, and then add some inner ear detailing.
Using the facial guidelines you will be drawing Lilo's Asian style eyes, and then draw the eyeballs, as well as color in the pupils. Next, draw the large nose and draw in her ever so friendly smile. Don't forget to draw the eyebrows and add the nose
Continue to draw Lilo's long straight hair and then draw the neck, shoulders, short sleeves, and then draw the arms as well as her small hands.
Finish drawing her dress like so, and then you can draw in her duffel bag which is holstered over her shoulder. Draw some detailing on the bag and then move to step six.
For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw in her feet, sandals and then draw in the leaves on her dress like so. Clean up the drawing and you are all done.
January 30, 2008
Description: Lilo from Disney’s Lilo & Stitch is absolutely an adorable cartoon character. When I first watched the animated movie I fell in love with her and Stitch. The story is about a little Hawaiian girl that has no friends and doesn’t fit in any where. She depends on her big sister to bring her up because her parents died in an accident. Struggling with life and learning to dodge all the blows thrown at her she decides that she wants a pet. Her sister agrees and they go down to the local animal shelter, she finds the perfect pet that is as odd as she is. Lilo calls him Stitch (which happens to be an alien from outer space), she later finds out that he is a handful and does more bad than good. She finally finds a purpose and decides that she was going to teach Stitch how to be good so she wouldn’t have to get rid of him. Lilo is a girl that feels like she is a burden to her sister but would do anything for her. She is spunky, loving, creative, adventures, brave, and fun all in one little package. Trying to find acceptance from other little girls and wanting to play with someone other than her sister she finds a true friend in Stitch. I had a lot of fun drawing Lilo and her funny looking doll; she is a cartoon character that will always remain one of my favorites. I show you "how to draw Lilo", step by step with simple instructions. Children and adults of all ages will surely have fun with this tutorial. You can learn to draw one of the cutest characters ever created by Disney.