Draw two parallel curved lines at the bottom of the torso, forming a belt. Extend a curved line outward from each side of the belt. Then, connect these lines using a long, wavy line, forming a skirt.
Extend a long and short line from the head to form the neck and arm. Draw a short line parallel to the long line to form the underside of the arm.
Draw a curved line through the circle to outline the shape of the chin and ear.
Draw a star at the top of the wand, surrounded by dots of fairy dust.
Sketch a circle for the head. Add a line in the middle of the circle.
Detail the dress. Draw wavy, scalloped lines along the neck and sleeves of the dress. Draw a wavy line along the bottom of the dress, then short, curved lines extending upward from this line and downward from the belt. This adds texture to the folds of the fabric.
Start by drawing a normal fairy, but then base her outfit off of a flower. For example, a bluebell fairy might have a bluebell-shaped skirt. Also, try to use the flower’s colors in the fairy. For example, a sunflower fairy might have lots of gold, yellow and brown in her outfit.
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Draw ribbons on each wrist. Draw three curved lines across the arm, then extend two sets of curved lines from each. Connect each set of lines using two straight lines. Then, use straight, parallel lines, to draw a wand in one hand. Enclose the wand on the bottom by drawing a small circle.
Darken the body’s outline and add design, as desired on the wings.
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Draw the legs. Extend an “L” shaped line from the skirt, forming a leg bent at the knee. Draw a line parallel with each section of the “L” to outline the other side of the leg. Then, extend two parallel, slightly curved lines downward from the knee of the bent leg. This outlines the far leg.
Draw the wings by extending long, curved lines from the head and lower back, allowing them to meet in a point. Draw a smaller, parallel shape within each wing. Draw rounded wings beneath these using curved lines.
Fairies are magical creatures of European mythology, although their origin is not entirely clear.
Draw two parallel curved lines in continuation of each arm. Note how the lines are curved inward at the elbow and the wrist.
Sketch the outline of the face and frame it with your desired hairstyle.
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Draw a wide “U” shaped line to form the smiling mouth. Draw curved lines beneath the mouth to dimple the chin, and use another curved line to form the nose. Draw a “U” shaped line within the ear to add detail, and draw a star-shaped flower behind the ear.
Then, sketch an oblong for the body and the extremities (arms and the legs).
Sketch the parts of the face like the eyes, nose and lips; frame it with the hairstyle you want. Some fairies have pointy ears, you can also draw it here.
Sketch a pair of large anime style eyes. Draw the nose and sketch a smiling lip on the fairy’s face.
Fairies are mythical beings with magical powers. This tutorial will show you step-by-step instructions on how to draw a fairy.
Draw a “U” shaped line around the neck to form the collar of the clothing. Extend a curved line downward from each shoulder to outline the torso.
Add your own special details, like curves on the shape, designs, sparkles, veins, extra colors, etc. or anything else you may like.
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Some folklore holds that fairies were evil spirits; others, that they were unworthy angels. Some stories paint fairies simply as a different race of creatures that inhabited woodland areas.
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Sketch the guidelines for the face as well as the chin and the jaw line.
Sketch the fairy’s body and add a pair of wings on her back.
You can trace one or look for a step-by-step tutorial video on YouTube. With drawing, practice makes perfect.
Give the fairy some shoes. Enclose the bottom of each leg using a curved line. Draw a flower shape on the toe of each shoe by connecting small “U” shaped lines. Draw a curved line from the flower to the ankle to form the top of the shoe.
Draw a stick figure of a fairy sitting on the center of the flower.
Extend two curved lines from the opposite side of the neck to form the other arm.
Would you like to draw your very own fairy? Doing so is simple with this easy, step-by-step tutorial. All you will need is a piece of paper and a pencil, and perhaps an eraser and something with which to color.
Draw the fairy’s body. Add a pair of wings and refine the hands’ details by drawing the fingers.
Sketch a rough outline of the fairy’s body using a stick figure. During this step, think of what position you imagine your fairy to be in – she could be sitting or lying down. This illustration will be a sketch of a fairy that is flying.
Add a crossed vertical and horizontal line on the face for accurate positioning of the face’s parts.
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Princess, Angel Wings, and Unicorn.
You can look at how-to’s on YouTube, or go to a local bookstore and find some books with good pictures to draw from.
Modern popular culture includes a number of fairies, the most famous being Tinker Bell. She first appeared in Disney’s Peter Pan (1953), and has since starred in a number of films and television series.
Draw the hair. Use a long, curved line to outline the hair from the top of the head to the shoulder. Around the face and at the end of the hair, enclose the shape using several curved lines of various lengths. Allow the lines to meet in points. Draw curving lines down the length of the hair to add detail.
Draw a circle for each eye. Within the eye, draw a small oval and a curved line across the bottom; shade between the oval and the line. Draw curved lines above each eye, forming the eyelid and eyebrow.
Draw a hand at the end of each arm. Use narrow, overlapping “U” shaped lines to form the fingers, and detail the palm with short lines.