Description: I will be doing a lot of anime stuff for a while so if there is anything that ya'll would like to see make sure you let me know because now is the time to ask for something anime related. To start the tutorial day I will show you "<em>how to draw an anime fairy girl</em>", step by step. I have done plenty of fairies in the past and I'm positive I made an anime version one as well. I wanted to make another anime fairy to update the old because as you know, over time drawing styles get better and so does drawing skill. I have improved over time and I am happy for that because now I can draw anime a lot better, and easier. Anyways, the anime fairy you see here is very sweet looking and has a simple style. I wanted to keep things easy so artists of any skill level can have fun with this lesson. I will be back with another tut so come back around or stay tuned in.
Description: Let us begin by making the guides and shapes to form a workable frame guide for this anime fairy girl. Start with the shape of the head, then draw the torso and hip guides. Sketch in the facial guidelines as well as the wing, arms and neck guide.
Description: Next up, draw out the shape of the fairy's head by sketching in her hairstyle. In this anime figure I chose to go with a short straight style. Sketch in some hair definition for texture, then move to step five.
Description: Now that the fairy's head and face is done, we can tackle the task of getting the body drawn out. Start with the shape of the neck, then draw the shoulders, arms, and some of her torso which should have a small bump for the breast. Draw in her hand, then you are ready to move on to step six.
Description: We will finish the shape of her body and in this case even though she is a very sweet looking fairy, her body language has a sleek, sexy pose. Draw in the V lined top for her one piece dress, then add a collar bone.
Description: We will draw in the design pattern on the chest part of the dress. This pattern is sort of Aztec-ish, but you can make whatever pattern you like. Add some detailing to the center of the dress which is a wrinkled/collapsed look to sort of show the shape of her legs in a very subtle manner.
Description: And finally, draw the rib pattern on the wings like so, and if you want something a bit more fancy all you have to do is go with your own lining style. When her wings are finished, all you have to do is erase the mistakes.