The queen is the head of the realm and a key figure in any society. Ready to bring your own regal queen to life? Then let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a short, straight line across your page.
Add a short vertical line to either end and then add two more, slightly longer lines, above this.
Bring two curved lines up at the ends…
And then add a point to the top of these, and a short line above.
Turn this line into a point on either side and then bring the lines inwards.
Add a small circle to the end of each of these…
And then bring the lines across and up from here.
Add a point to the top of each, and then join these with a point at the top.
Add a small circle inside the top of the point, and then a triangle below this.
Add two curved lines to the bottom of the crown, one on each side.
Add a curved shape to the bottom of each, and then a small circle below each of these.
Bring a curved line up from the left, and take this across to meet the right.
Add two small circles below these curved shapes…
Add another smaller curve inside each of these for the eyes…
And then add a small point to the bottom of these for the nose and a curved mouth at the bottom.
Connect the shapes on either side with a curve, creating the outline of the queen’s face.
Bring two curved lines down from the bottom…
And add two wavy lines across these.
Add a large “V” shape below this, and then add a curve across the bottom…
Now, add a slightly angled line to the top of each side of the V…
And then bring a line down from the bottom of the V, and add an inverted V below this.
Connect these shapes to the lines at the top with curved lines to create the queen’s collar…
And then fill the collar with small triangles. Fill these in with the black pen.
Bring two curved lines out on the right, and join these with a curve at the end.
Bring two lines up from this, and then angle these up towards the top of the page.
Add a large curved hand, and then a smaller shape to the left of this for the thumb.
Add a small mark to the bottom right…
And then bring two curved lines down from the bottom of the inverted V, and join these with two lines at the bottom.
Bring two curved lines down from the bottom of these…
And then bring a line down from the join of the right arm, and curve this down.
Bring this across and up, and then add another line above this.
Join the end of this line to the line above with a curved line.
Fill this shape in with more small black triangles…
And then add two short marks to the left side of the collar.
Bring two smaller lines from the bottom of this, and then angle them across and up. Add a small bump to the end of the top line.
Grab a ruler, and draw a diagonal line at the bottom of this, with two short, parallel lines above it.
Add small circles to the left for the fingers…
And then complete the lines on the left to create the main body of the scepter. Add a long, thin loop to the top, then a large circle, and two smaller circles above these. Join the bottom of the scepter with a curve.
Now, bring a curved line down from the bottom of the left arm, and take this across to the right, and then to meet the scepter.
Add another line just above this…
Bring a line up from the bottom left to meet the line above.
Now, add black triangles to this section.
Connect the two halves at the bottom with a jagged line.
Add a curved, pointed arrow to the center of the skirt, and make this a little thicker.
Bring two curved lines up on either side of the face…
And then bring these lines in to meet the sides of the face.
Use a yellow pen to shade the main body of the scepter, and the crown.
Use a brown pen to shade the strip across the crown…
And then use a gray pen to shade the edges of the collar.
Use a brown pen to add color to the eyes and the top of the neck.
Now, use a red pen for the outside of the cloak, and the top of the scepter.
Use a purple pen for the sleeves, the top of the collar, and the lines beneath the collar…
Use a blue pen to add a curved line across the center of the collar…
And then shade the rest of the top of the dress with the purple pen. Use the same color to add lines to the skirt.
Use a brown pen for the queen’s hair…
And use a violet pen for the top of the skirts.
Use a yellow pen for the mantle…
And then a pale orange pencil for the face and arms.
Now, use a gray pencil for a patch on the floor.
And there we have it – your very own queen, waiting for the royal treatment. We hope you have practiced your curtseys!