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How to Draw The Powerpuff Girls

Artist: Dawn / January 22, 2009
How to Draw The Powerpuff Girls

Step 1.

Okay start this first step by drawing out three circle shapes for their heads and add the facial guidelines. You will then draw out their limb lines for the arms, legs, and shapes for their feet. Move to the next step to see what's next.

Step 2.

Now as you can see this is going to be a real easy lesson to accomplish. You will draw out the shapes and lines for their eyes and then the lining for their hair styles as shown. Once that is done you can begin shaping out their arms and legs.

Step 3.

Wow, already on step three. I told you this lesson was going to be a breeze. All you have to do in this next step is finish off their hair style lining an then add a smile on each face. You will then finish off the shaping of their arms and legs and    

Step 4.

Okay you will now begin adding the eyeball lining inside of their eyes, one for the pupil and one for the eye itself. Once that is complete you can then add the bangs on Blossom and Buttercup. Draw the lines to detail their clothes and shoes and then   

Step 5.

What do you think so far? Pretty easy right? I know. Lets finish up this last drawing step by adding the lining for their eyes as shown here. You will then start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew ion step one.

Step 6.

Once you have shaded in all the black areas your girls should come out looking like the ones you see here. All you have to do now is color them in green, pink and blue. I hope you liked learning how to draw The Powerpuff Girls step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 22, 2009
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Description: Well everyone after this tutorial I will only need one more to make a total of one thousand tutorials here on DragoArt.com. I was researching my brain trying to figure out what kind of lesson I should put up next. I mean there is almost one thousand teachings posted and after a while it gets kind of hard to think of new things to put up and submit. So what I had to do was go back in time and think of some characters that I was into back in the day. Then it hit me, I should do a tutorial on "how to draw the Powerpuff Girls", step by step. I mean think about it, I have so many cartoon characters from Cartoon Network and what better to add to the collection than adding Buttercup, Blossom, and Bubbles. The Powerpuff Girls is an animated show that consists of three kindergarten girls with exceptional superpowers. They are fathered by Professor Utonium as he is the creator of these cute adorable females that have a lot of love and affection to give. These five year old super heroes have a leader and that leader is Blossom, she is the long haired red headed girl and she is considered the smart one out of the bunch. Her color strip is pink and Blossom has a big red bow on top of her head and her superpower is Ice Breath. Next up is sweet innocent Bubbles. She is the one with the blond hair that is set in pony-tails. Blossom has blue eyes as her color strip is light blue and her superpower is Sonic Scream. Last up is Buttercup and she is the one that has a mild case of anger issues. Buttercup is considered to be the tough one out of the trio and her hair color is black and she prefers to wear it short to make her battles more productive. Buttercup has a color strip of light green and her superpower is Strength. The Powerpuff Girls often fight Mojo Jojo who was a lab ape gone bad. He got his hands into some Chemical X which is the same stuff that created the Professors little angels. This tutorial will show you how to draw the Powerpuff Girls step by step with detailed instructions. I hope you have fun with this one; I will be back in a moment to cap off the last tutorial of the day and to make the one thousand mark.