Description: I have been doing some cool characters from video games and even cartoon or anime series in a fun, easy manner. I thought it was time to step it up a notch and show you guys how to draw something else easy that actually means something. Today I have for you a lesson on "<em>how to draw the Stature of Liberty easy</em>", step by step. The Stature of Liberty is a symbol of our freedoms and democracy. The statue was a gift to the United States from France as a token of friendship. It has been sitting on Liberty Island since 1886. It was finished being fully restored in 1986, but the restoration process took about four years to complete. There is a handful of people that has made it possible that the Statue of Liberty even exists and it begin with a gentleman named Edouard de Laboulaye. He was the actual person that came up with the idea for the stone lady in the flowing dress. Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel, and Richard Morris Hunt all had something to do with her creation. At one point of the construction for the Stature of Liberty, funds ran out to complete the pedestal that she would forever stand on. So two writers Joseph Pulitzer, and Emma Lazarus wrote stories of the project to influence people to donate for the completion of lady freedom. What we have now is a wonder, and a monumental addition to the United States. Now that yo know some history of the statue, how about you tackle this tutorial on drawing the Statue of Liberty easy. I'm sure you will have fun.
Description: Let's start by drawing a shape for her head, and then sketch in a facial guideline. You know that she is holding up a torch, so you will also have to draw the guideline for her raised arm, as well as a shape for the torch.
Description: To add the top half of her hair, all you have to do is trace over the head guide you made in step one. Once that is done make the ears, use the facial guideline to draw in her eyes, then draw the nose and mouth like you see here. Don't forget to add some detailing.
Description: In this step you will only draw out her crown. Start by making the base of the crown which is the band that sits on top of her head. Next, draw the spike shapes like so, then add some detailing to the band as well as draw in the shape of the neck.
Description: Continue to draw in more of the hair which in this case is wavy. Draw the shoulders, as well as her sleeves, then draw the V shaped collar line. Add the shape of a book, then draw her hand or fingers holding the book.
Description: You will finish this tutorial on drawing lady Liberty by drawing her extended arm, as well as the torch she is holding up. When that is done draw the robe she is wearing making sure that it has enough ripples, pleats, creases, and layers. Draw her foot, toes, and sandals, then add detailing to the book. Clean up the mistakes and you're done.