We all know what a girl looks like, and there are a lucky few of us who may have been able to see a fox. But have you ever encountered a fox girl? Well, we have all you need to bring this curious creature to life – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a black pen, and drawing a curved, pointed shape at the top of your page, with the pointed tip heading towards the top right.
Repeat this shape to the left of the first, this time pointing the tip towards the left.
Add thick, pointed lines, like eyebrows, to the top of these shapes…
And then add a small ring inside the right shape, with a smaller circle in the center to create an eye.
Repeat this with the shape on the left, giving you two piercing eyes…
And then add a triangle to the bottom of these. Fill this in almost completely, leaving a small white line at the top.
Draw a large, half-circle shape below the triangle nose to create a mouth.
Add a line just inside the top of the mouth, and then draw a small curved line at the bottom.
Shade the space in between these shapes with a black pen.
Add a small curve just below the mouth…
And then use the black pen to draw small dots below the eyes, and around the nose.
Add a thicker curve below the one at the bottom of the mouth.
Now, create a point in between the two eyes, slightly above them. Bring a curved line down from this point, and repeat this on the other side, so that you have an inverted “V” shape around the eyes, nose, and the top of the mouth.
Next, add a “loop” to the left of the mouth, and take the right end of this down in a wavy line towards the bottom of the page.
On the left of the “loop”, take the like across and add another “loop” pointing towards the top left-hand corner of the page – this is the first finger. Repeat this shape with three more fingers to the left, and then bring the curve down and in, and then down towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Connect the line at the bottom of the thumb to this one…
And then add another “V” shape to frame the bottom of the face.
Bring two curved lines down from the bottom of the face, and angle these out at the bottom.
Now, return to the line on the top left, and continue this down over the fingers.
Add a curved line to the right of the neck and the bottom of the face…
And then add a square “U” shape to the bottom of the face to create the neckline. Add a triangle to the bottom of this, and then three marks above this.
Add another line to the outside of the lines of the neckline, creating a top with straps.
Bring a curved line down below the arm on the left, and add a point to the right side, before bringing a curve down. Join these at the bottom with two curved, horizontal lines.
Add curved lines connecting the bottom of the top to the end of the page, and then add a thicker “crescent moon” shape in the center.
Now, add a tall, thin, slightly curved “U” shape to the side of the right arm.
Take a curved line down from the bottom of this to form the right arm…
And then add another large, “crescent moon” shape to the left side, starting at the bottom of the shirt, and finishing just below the hand.
Add a jagged line just below the tip to create that distinctive fox tail…
And then add a curved, horizontal line to the right of the left arm.
Now, draw a thinner curved line across the top of the head…
And add a pointed fox ear to the right of this.
Add a smaller, jagged shape just inside this…
And then repeat this on the left end of the line.
Add another curved line in the center, connecting the two ears, and then bring a curved line down on either side.
Add half-circles to these side lines…
And connect these to the bottom of the ears with more curved lines. Then, bring a longer line down from the side of each of the ears.
Add three sharp, curved lines inside each ear.
Use a green pen to shade the bottom of the body, the tops of the half-circles – or headphones – and the section above these.
Fill in the rest of the headphones with a yellow pen, and use the same shade for the shirt.
Grab a dark green pen for the bottom of the shirt…
Use an orange pen for the hair, the tail, and the inside of the ears…
And then use a lighter orange pen for the skin of the face and the arms.
Grab a pink pen, and add light spots of color to the cheek.
And there we have it – your very own curious fox girl, ready for her next adventure. But where will her wild spirit take her?