How to Draw a 3D Girl

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When drawing a three dimensional girl you'll want to pay close attention to that girl's physical features. Learn how to draw a 3D girl with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi. My name is Daisy. I'm an artist. And I'm going to show you how to draw a 3D girl. Start with a circle for the head, follow through with the body, you can use circles here as well to help out, going to, even a little jump. Lines for the legs and the arms just to start out. Make it really simple. Once you have these simple lines we can start actually getting to detail. Give her a couple lines for the neck. Fill in a couple of lines. Follow the lines along that was already done for the arms, and really simple ovals for the hands. There we go, still keeping really simple until we get to the 3D bit. A couple of triangles for the feet, almost like he's leaping up off the ground. That's the really simple body structure. And to make it 3D I like to use shading. I'm going to shade in anywhere where the light won't hit. So, if we've got the light coming from this side, all of the shading on this side. The same when you put in the t-shirt lines. This little curve under here shows that we can see underneath, so that he is a lot more 3D. And this one, the arm going away, so we'll see the round bit, we won't see in the t-shirt. And shade all along the arm, underneath this arm. This arm really doesn't need too much, we can put a little bit in here where the t-shirt would be. Same with the hands and definitely with the shoe. And lots of shading all along the different parts of the body. Same with the face. Let's just give her a little details. A cute little triangular nose, some circles for eyes, a little triangular mouth. Let's give her some hair, which we can also shade. Have that come across, big circle and we'll shade all of this in anywhere the sun won't be hitting. And there we go. My name is Daisy, and that's how you draw a 3D girl.


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