There is a popular stereotype that all ghosts have to be scary, but rest assured that this is not always the case – sometimes, ghosts can be super cute, as we will see in just a few short steps.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by using a black pen to add a half-circle shape to the center of your page.
Now, bring a wavy line down from the bottom left corner of this shape, heading down towards the bottom left-hand corner of the page.
Next bring a curved line up from the top of the left, and across, dipping down at the end.
Connect these two lines together using a wavy line.
Now, add another line emerging from the top of the right side…
Next, bring a wavy line down from the end of this…
And then bring another curved line from the bottom right-hand corner of the shape…
Now, add a “C” shape, angled to 45 degrees, to the end of the left line. Then, reflect this on the right-hand side with a “backward C”.
Continue the line downwards, this time waving it across in a “C” shape.
Extend the line on the left-hand side across to the right, meeting the bottom of the right “C” in a point.
Now, add two more curved lines to the bow at the top – add two curved lines emerging on both sides from the center.
Next, add a curved line in the center of the bow…
And a series of small circles across the main body of the bow.
Next, add an oval shape in the center of the body…
And add a small curved line to the bottom of this.
Add two small circles above this for the eyes.
Use a black fineliner pen to add two smaller circles inside each of these larger ones.
Add a few marks to the top of each eye for lashes…
And use a black pen for the rest of the eyes (leaving the smaller circles white for the moment), and the top of the nose.
Use a pink pen for the bottom of the nose, and add two stripes under the eyes.
Use a red pen to fill in the bow, leaving the spots white.
And there we have it – a super cute, friendly girly ghost – nothing to be afraid of!