How to Make Lonely Sad Girl Drawing

Do you want to make a sad girl drawing? If yes, below we have sad girl drawings’ step-by-step tutorial. This tutorial will be helpful for you to make a sad girl illustration with simple steps.

Supplies You Might Need

  • Pencil – I uses Artline pencils for my artworks, it comes with different grades.
  • Kneadable Eraser – For removing dirty stuff and lightning the value of shading these gummy erasers are very useful.
  • Sketchbook – A quality sketchbook.
  • Mechanical Pencil – 0.5mm mechanical pencils for drawing fine and precise lines.
  • Fixative Spray – For protection of art from smudging.
  • Blending Stump – Paper stumps for smooth blending.
  • Pencil Color – Its thick cores are perfect for shading and shadows.
  • Acrylic Color – This set of acrylic paint has all the necessary colors to paint anything.
broken-sad girl featured image

Let’s jump into the tutorial to make a sad girl drawing!

Step 1 – Draw a small rectangle with a height of 2.6cm and a width of 3.5cm horizontally, then draw a big rectangle with a height of 6.9cm & a width of 5cm below the small rectangle. Next, make a tall rectangle with a height of 2.8cm & a width of 9.8cm below the big rectangular shape.

girl drawing base structure

Step 2 – Draw curly hair in a small circle.

sad girl hair drawing

Step 3 – Draw the hand in a big circle.

sad girl hand drawing

Step 4 – Draw the girl clothe’s outline & add wrinkles & folds in clothes.

girl with cloth

Step 5 – Now, make the outline of the sad girl’s thigh, bent knee & shin.

sad girl sketch

Step 6 – Step 6- Erase all unneeded guidelines, then smoothly shade girl’s hair with 10b grade pencil & clothe’s wrinkles with 6b grade then, shade clothes & legs with 2b grade.

sad girl final pic

All steps in single frame

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girl drawing complete process

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You can also check this post on “How to Draw Lotus

Keep Drawing!

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