Sometimes, all it takes is the perfect accessory to bring a look to life – and the right bow in the right position can make the world of difference. Follow the steps to see what we mean and learn how to transform your figure from drab to fab in no time!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a brown pen and create the outline of the face with a curved line leading to a point. Bring the line upwards, adding a slight bump, and then bring the line out and up for the nose, and back up in a curved line towards the top of the page.
Add a curved line emerging from the bottom of the chin and bring the line across at a ninety-degree angle to the left, curving up to a point. At the point, add a “reverse C” shape to connect this shape to the bottom of the face.
Now, add a “teardrop” shape emerging from just beneath the nose, to create a mouth, and add a semicircle in line with the top of the nose.
Next, make a small mark in the curve of the nose for a nostril…
Return to the top of the line at the right and bring a curved line across to the left and back down to join the other side.
Use the black pen to add a thicker line above the semicircle, creating a strong brow.
Now, add a curved line to create the hair – bring a curved line up towards the top left-hand corner of the page, then bring this across and down, following the line of the face, and joining the bottom with a curve. Then, draw your bow in the middle of this.
Use the black to fill in the hair, leaving the bow blank for the moment.
Use a brown pen to add detail to the mouth…
And add a brown triangle just underneath the chin.
Now, add detail to the bow with a circle in the middle and slight marks on either side of this.
Use the orange pen to add small crescent shapes to either end of the bow…
And then fill in the remainder of the bow with the orange.
Now use the orange to add a spot of color to the chin.
With a pink pen, bring a line down at a 45-degree angle from the bottom line. At the bottom off this, bring the line across, up, down in a bump, and across to the point which heads down towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page. Then, bring a line up from this point to join the original line.
Use the pink pen to add a “lightning bolt” shape to the space just below the neck…
And bring a line across at the collar with a red pen.
Return to the pink pen and fill in the remainder of the shirt and collar.
With a brown pencil, fill in the skin of the face…
And use a tissue to gently blend the brown color on the face, creating a smooth, even texture.
And there we have a stunning bow – the perfect accent to any outfit. Why not try and recreate the look by switching up the colors, or adding a new design to your accessory?
Love it or loathe it, there is no way to deny that fashion plays a significant part in all of our lives – and this is the case whether you actively follow it or do everything you can to ignore it. The fact remains that clothes are an essential, and in many cases, the way you choose to dress can say a lot about your ideals, beliefs and preferences.
Clothing has been used to symbolize position, status and authority for many centuries – in ancient societies such as Rome, only members of the aristocracy, ruling emperors and magistrates were permitted to wear the color purple, in much the same way that members of a certain organization wear specific uniform or colors today.
The Middle Ages also used fashion to denote status – those who are poorer would be forced to wear mittens due to the affordability, while the wealthy citizens were able to wear gloves, showing off their riches and disposable income.
In our modern world, the majority of people’s tastes tend to be a little simpler, but that doesn’t mean that we are not following fashion – in the United States alone, for example each person will possess seven pairs of blue jeans in their closet – this gives you enough for one per day in a week!
In addition, the humble T-shirt is a very popular item across the globe – an eye-watering 2 billion are sold in every single year!