Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Starting from the center of the paper, draw an oval to create the outline of the face. You can draw the shape of the face any way you want.
If you prefer a slimmer face, draw an elongated oval that resembles an upside down egg to give the illusion of a longer face.
On the contrary, if you want the face to look rounder, emphasize the roundness of the cheeks.
On both sides of the face, draw a pair of ears. You can draw the ears however you like: round, pointed, square or any shape you want.
Here’s a handy tip: To draw the ears evenly, you can draw reference lines around the entire face. This will be your guide on where to draw the ears.
Add hair to the face
Now it’s time to add hair to your drawing. You can style your hair as long or short, as thick or thin as you like. What’s more, you can even embellish it with any accessories, such as headbands, hairpins, and more.
When drawing hair for female characters, keep in mind that girls often have narrower and shorter foreheads than boys. So the hairline should not be too far from the eyebrows. Also, don’t forget to add volume to your hair by leaving enough space between your head and hair.
Next, Draw Eyes
Draw two even circles for the eyes. You can draw reference lines on the face and use it as a guide to ensure that the eyes are drawn to the same extent.
Within the circle, draw two more circles inside the outline. This time, fill it with shading to easily identify it as the pupil of the eye. When shading the pupil, leave a small unobstructed circle to give the eye a dramatic effect and make it look like it’s sparkling.
Needless to say, you can draw the eyes any way you want. There are six different eye shapes: almond-shaped, upturned, hooded, monolid, drooping, and round.
When drawing eyes, always keep in mind that women usually have wider and more open eyes than men. Finally, don’t forget to add a few lashes above your eyes
Then draw the nose
Draw an inverted curved line below the eye, right in the center. This will be the first part of the nose.
The position you draw the nose wing will determine the shape of the nose long or short. If you want the nose to look short, draw it close to the eyes. Conversely, if you want it to look longer, draw it down a bit deeper.
Have a bright smile on your face
Give your drawing an expression or emotion by adding a big smile. Below the nose, draw an inverted curve similar to the previous step. This time, however, it will be relatively larger.
Don’t hesitate to draw its mouth however you want! You can also open your mouth wide, almost showing your drawing smiling. To do this, you simply draw a horizontal line with a curved line at the bottom. When drawn correctly, it should look like a sideways letter “D”.
Next, Add an Eyebrow
Just above each eye, draw an arched eyebrow. In general, girls have thinner and more curved eyebrows than boys. So be sure to consider that when you draw your eyebrows.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with the shape and thickness of your brows as you like. Just keep in mind that the form of your eyebrows greatly affects your character’s facial expression.
Add blush to cheeks
A girl’s face wouldn’t be complete without a little blush. Blush will make your drawing look more feminine and it will also add emotion to your character’s face.
To add a subtle blush effect, simply draw two ovals to the sides on the cheeks. Hold it a little further from the nose to make it look more natural.
And there you have it — a cute blushing girl! With rosy cheeks, she looks either pleased or embarrassed. Who knows? Either way, she looks adorable and we’re sure your drawing looks even better!
Add details and texture to the hair
Complete the look by adding streaks in the hair to add texture to the drawing. Draw multiple long lines the length of the hair to give the illusion of individual strands.
draw a well-proportioned body with a face and a uniform with beautiful glasses, a sword briefcase.
Finally, add a few details to complete the drawing.