The clothing we wear can say a lot about who we are, and many of us enjoy having lots of fun with fashion. To help celebrate fashion and style, we have put together the ultimate guide to drawing a shirt on a girl – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a gray pencil, and add a curved line from the top of the page down towards the bottom left corner, and then add two points heading to the right, before adding a curve to the end of this. Add dashed lines just below the top.
Bring a curved “V” shape down from the bottom of this for the face, and then add the other section of hair to the right.
Add bangs to the dashed line across the top of the head, and then add ears to the side of the face.
Bring two curved lines down from the bottom of the face, and take these across and down for the shoulders, then take these in, down, and join them at the bottom for the shirt.
Now, bring two curved arms down at the sides, adding curved hands to the end.
Add a heart shape to the center of the shirt.
Now, bring down two angled lines from the bottom of the shirt, and bring these in and up for the trousers at the bottom.
Add long, thin stripes to the bottom of each trouser, and then add thee feet and shoes.
Use a brown pen to shade the hair, leaving a stripe in the center of the hair.
Use a pale orange pencil to shade the face and arms…
Use a black pen to add two small dots to the top of the face, and add curved brows above this.
Use a pink pen to add a small dot nose to the bottom of the eyes, and add spots of color to the cheeks on either side. Then, add a curved smile to the bottom of the face.
Use a red pen for the heart on the chest, and the detail of the shows…
And then use a blue pen to add three buttons to the jeans, and add color to the top right, patches to the knees, and color to the bottom of the pants.
Use a light blue pen to shade the rest of the jeans.
Use a gray pen for the t-shirt…
And then use a darker gray pen to add color to the bottom right corner of the shirt.
Finally, use an orange or light brown pen for the stripe on the hair.
And just like that, you have your very own girl in a cute shirt – not why not try creating another girl with another unique design?