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How to Draw Talia, Brodys Ghost

Artist: Dawn / May 7, 2011
How to Draw Talia, Brodys Ghost

Step 1.

Begin this first step by drawing out the shape of the head and then draw the guidelines for her face and body until the figure looks like the one you see here.

Step 2.

Now you will sketch out her face like you see here and then draw in her eyes, and some of her hair in the form of a bang.

Step 3.

Finish sketching out her eyes, and then draw the mouth and eyebrows like so. When that is done all you have to do is add some detailing under her eyes and move onto step four.

Step 4.

Now it's time to draw out the rest of her hairdo which is also in the shape of a hat of some sorts. Draw pieces of her hair that are in the form of strands.

Step 5.

These are what Talia's hairpins look like when in close view. When viewing her as a whole, you won't see too much detail such as this.

Step 6.

Now that you know what her hairpins look like, you can draw it in as well. When you have finished this step, all you have to do is finish a few more steps before you are done.

Step 7.

Begin drawing out the upper body starting with the neck and shoulders. Next, draw the arms, and the shape of her breasts. As you can see drawing Talla is not all that hard is it?

Step 8.

Look how nice she looks once all is said and done. Sketch out the shape of her waist and hips, and then draw in the hands. Add some wrinkles and folds to the shirt and then draw in the r.i.p on the front of her shirt.

Step 9.

It's now time to draw out her stylish skirt which is also short, and very pleated. This is a very simple concept to complete, just take your time as you go through the steps.

Step 10.

Okay guys are you just about ready to finish drawing Talla? Good, so am I. In this step all you have to do is draw out the shapes and pose of her legs from thigh to foot. Be sure to also add the bumps for her boots that you will draw in later.

Step 11.

Make the proper lining for the boots, and then draw in the laces and soles as well. Next and lastly, draw the elastic lining for her stockings on the thighs and then add some detailing and definition too.

Step 12.

Once you have cleaned up the drawing, you should have a nice sketched out image of Talla from Brody's Ghost. Thanks for joining me with this Mark Crilley based character on how to draw Talla.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 7, 2011
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Description: Some of you may know that Mark Crilley has released a novel which was published by Dark Horse Books. It's called Brody's Ghost and it is a story about a young man named Brody, and a ghost girl named Talla. Since I already uploaded the tutorial on the main figure of the story, it would only be right to make and upload a tutorial on one of the secondary characters as well. You will tackle this lesson on "how to draw Talla", step by step using a really fun, and descriptive tutorial. But first, who is she anyway? Talla is a girl that died at the age of sixteen from leukemia. Instead of going to heaven, she remained on earth where she must stay until she can find out who the Penny Murderer is. Now being a ghost makes it pretty hard to accomplish her goals, that is why she set out on a ghost seeing journey until she finds the one person that can aid her with the mission. Talla needs to find someone that can see and hear ghosts in order for the purp to be caught. Luckily she finds Brody and he is the one that winds up helping Talla with what she has to do. Of course Brody didn't come easy, she had to first save him from a gang that goes by the name 'L47s'. Nonetheless the two begin seeking out the Penny Murderer. I had fun drawing her out because she is such a pretty character. I think you will enjoy this lesson on "how to draw Talla" from Brody's Ghost too when all is said and done. I have to float out of here for now but I shall return. Peace people1