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How to Draw Miki Falls

Artist: Dawn / September 17, 2009
How to Draw Miki Falls

Step 1.


This tutorial will be teaching you how to draw Miki Yoshida full bodied image and a head sketch. For the full body sketch you will need to draw a circle shape for her head and then add the facial guidelines. Repeat this step for the head tutorial of    

Step 2.


You will now sketch out the shape of the lower part of Miki's face which is her jaw and lips on both models. Once that is done you can sketch in her hair starting with the bangs on the full bodied lesson. *Note*, Miki's face is a big longer and wider   

Step 3.


Step three you will sketch out the shape of her hair on the full bodied image and then draw in her eyes. To the head shot on the right you will sketch out her hair style which is blowing in the breeze as you see see by the lining position. Next start   

Step 4.


The collar of her shirt resembles a sailor top so you will need to detail the top with some lines as you see here. Next detail the sleeves and then start shaping out her torso. On the head shot of Miki you will sketch out her big eyes and color in he   

Step 5.


Continue to sketch out Miki's hair to finish off the style and then draw out her arms and left hand as you see here. Take your time and you will be drawing Miki with ease. Add some more detailing to her top and to her hair as you see here and when yo   

Step 6.


Sketch out the ruffle lines for her skirt and then start sketching out her legs. When you are done with her legs and skirt, you can add some detail to her left hand too.

Step 7.


Here is the last drawing step and all you have to do is sketch out the rest of her legs and shoes. You will also need to draw a sock line just below the knee cap and then start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 8.


Here is what your pretty sketch looks like when you are done. You can choose to color her in or you can leave her as a sketch. I think she looks incredibly pretty and I am so glad that I did this lesson on "how to draw Miki Falls step by step".

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 17, 2009
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Description: This next character that I am going to show you guys how to draw is fairly new to the anime scene I think. She is a female character created and developed by Mark Crilley who is known for his other comic book series Akiko. Who am I talking about exactly? Well I will be showing you “how to draw Miki Yoshida from Miki Falls step by step”. Miki Falls is an anime/manga series that is OEL (original English language manga). The book series contains four volumes. Each book takes part in one of the four seasons of a full year. There is Miki Falls Spring, Miki Falls Winter, Miki Falls Autumn, and Miki Falls Summer. The story is a manga series that follows a girl named Miki Yoshida who is a high school student in her senior year. Her school is in Japan and that is also where she meets Hiro Sakurai. Hiro is a young man that has supernatural powers that is very mysterious. I have not yet read any of the four volume series but after this tutorial I plan on buying my very first book starting with Spring. I was going to get Autumn first because that is the season we are in right now, but I figured the books are in order and if I were to start reading a series in the third season I would probably be completely lost. Anyways I hope Mark Crilley likes this depiction of Miki that I drew for you all as a lesson. I know for a fact that she is going to be a big hit because she is incredibly pretty. Oh yeah, I heard that Miki Falls is going to be a movie in the near future, so I can’t wait to see that too. Have fun guys with this lesson on “how to draw Miki Yoshida from Miki Falls step by step”. If you want to check out Mark Crilley’s Miki Falls page on his website you can just click here and it will take you to the correct page. Peace out folks and happy drawing!