How to Draw a Realistic Fairy

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Just because fairies are not real doesn't mean you can't make your drawing realistic. Draw a realistic fairy with help from an artist who teaches art to children and adults in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Rosalie. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a realistic fairy. A realistic fairy it's kind of an oxymoron because fairies are not real so you cannot really draw a realistic one but I think the idea is to draw a realistic girl who has wings. So that's what I'm going to do. I'm drawing her head and I'm drawing in some hair and she's got sort of billowy wavy hair and it's just, it's all tousled and stuff, sort of like that and I'm going to draw in her mouth and her nose. She has large eyes. She's a fantasy create, put some eyelashes on and some eyebrows. There's her neck and let's say she is sort of in a seated position, she's kind of scrawny. She's a fairy and there's her little fairy dress, her arms coming around. Let's have her one hand be over the other one and her dress is like tattered, just make like a rippy edge, rippy and feathery and she's seated and there is her foot like that and put a calf and then there's her other leg behind it and here are her fairy wings. I'm just making them big with big flourishes and sort of color them in a little bit and then I'm going to define them. You could put some maybe butterfly style wing's design on there, maybe look at a real butterfly, that would add some realism to the wings and here's the little rock she's sitting on and there's a little bit of her hair. So that's how I would draw a realistic fairy.


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