Emo characters are animated figures depicting young people. Drawing an Emo girl is carried out with an image of emotion and attitude. Most Emo characters display boys and girls in their formative years. Typical facial and body language expressions exhibit insecurity, angst and fragility. Standard Emo traits incorporate thin body types with wild hair and stylish clothes. Adding wings to your Emo girl angel inserts an aesthetic boost of colour and femininity.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Coloured pencils
Draw the outline of your Emo girl's body. Trace a medium-sized circle for the head and one thin line for the neck. Draw three quarters of the midsection outline -- tracing the shoulders, her right side of her body and the underside. The shape of the midsection outline should resemble a Knight's shield. Do not connect the bottom line of the right side to the underside -- as this will be used to trace the right arm in later steps. Add thin legs and feet.
Sketch two short horizontal lines across the centre of the face -- near the Emo girl's left hand side. Add a short vertical line running down between the two horizontal lines. These lines will act as centre points for creating your face.
Add a shaggy hairdo around the perimeter of the head. Drape an outline of shaggy fringe across her forehead.
Draw in deep, round Emo girl eyes in between the two horizontal lines on the face -- one to each side of the vertical line. Sketch a T-shirt outline over the shoulders and midsection. Add a smiley face or a heart at centre as a T-shirt design.
Trace skinny bell bottomed trousers around the legs. Add swift, uneven strokes to the bottom of the T-shirt and along the trousers to indicate fabric wrinkles.
Add a slight button for her nose on the vertical line -- between the two horizontal facial lines. Trace a slight grimace on the bottom horizontal line to complete the face.
Draw sneaker shoelaces and connect her right arm to a trousers pocket -- so you do not need to show the hand. Add nuance to the trousers -- a zipper or fabric patterns, for example.
Extend one large wing from off her back. Add a partial wing slightly above the first wing to give the impression that this second wing sits behind it. Give the wing jagged edges or a feathered look -- depending on the mood you intend for your Emo girl. Complete the drawing by shading her with bold and contrasting colours to make the image pop.
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