Mickey's class-act girlfriend, Minnie Mouse, has been around just as long as he has and has gone through many changes in her long life. Many young girls love Minnie Mouse and enjoy her spunk and personality. In nine easy steps, anyone can create Minnie Mouse, just like Walt Disney.
Things You'll Need
- Drawing pencil
- Pencil eraser
- Drawing paper
- Small tortillion
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Draw a circle and add two secondary circles to the top of her head and 1/4 apart. Afterwards, add a half circle to the lower left portion of the pirmary circle and a small, full circle to the lower center of the primary circle.
Add a 1-inch long by 1/2-inch wide egg-shape between the half and small full circle. This egg should start in the gap between the half circle and circle and end on the right side of the small circle. Add an oval to the lower right corner of the primary circle with a smaller oval located on top of that oval.
Add 3/4 of a circle to the bottom of the egg shape thst was created in Step 2. Add a straight column to the lower right of that 3/4 circle that goes down; add a left curving column to the left of the 3/4 circle.
Between the two ear circles, add a ribbon knot. Then add two tipless triangles stemming from that bow knot (the wide part of the triangle going out). Add two rounded triangles to the bottom of the leg columns, the closest one (right) pointing right, the furthest one (left) vertical. On the small full circle, that was drawn in step two, add a tube that goes left, then add a large vertical oval at the base of that.
Form the ribbon on the top of Minnie's head. The triangles should be turned into hearts; add indentations. Form Minnie's face starting from the left, create a right pointing peak that goes in half way. Create a widow's peak that goes down 2/8 of a centimeter. Give Minnie a bashful smile and closed eyes.
Form Minnie's dress by turning the half and full small circle into sleeves with cuffs. Follow the egg shape and flare and scallop your lines when you get to the end to create a skirt. Add a secondary scallop to the right of the skirt you created, representing Minnie's slip.
Form Minnie's arms and hands using the guidelines you created in Step 4. On the closest hand, give Minnie her pinkie finger, which points up and the the left. Behind that, add two fingers from the back hand, which fold over onto the top hand. Give the hand a cuff between the arm tube and hand, add three vertical lines, giving Minnie her gloves.
Form Minnie's legs by going over the guidelines you created in Step 3 and Step 4. Add Minnie's shoes by creating secondary lines around the foot ovals. On the right foot, add a heel. Draw Minnie's tail.
Erase all guidelines you drew in your previous steps and color Minnie any way you choose.