How to draw a woman in evening gown with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Simple drawing for kids and beginners.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing an oval. This will help you outline the woman’s face.
Draw two curved lines going down from the head to form the neck and shoulders.
Connect the two ends of the shoulders with a curved line, and at the same time form the skirt neck. Extend a pair of curved lines from the top of the shoulder and just below it to form the upper arm. Bend the elbow by drawing another pair of curved lines extending from the first line at an opposite diagonal angle. Tie two short lines at the end of the arms to form the cuffs. Then use curved lines to enclose the hands and fingers. Draw a curved line from the armpit to the hand, forming one side of the torso.
Extend two long, curved lines, one from the opposite shoulder and one just below. This outlines the other arm and side of the torso. Draw curved lines on the lower part of the arm and connect them with an additional line, forming the cuff. Use curved lines to outline the hands and fingers.
Lengthen the curve of the torso, curling inwards below the hips and outwards to create a flare for the evening gown. Then, overlap the “L” shaped lines to form the pleats of the dress. Complete the center fold by drawing a third line.
Draw more “L” shaped lines in the opposite direction to complete the skirt. Extend the last line to the hand, completing the contour. Note the bulge of the hips.
Use a long curved line to draw the hair. Use two short curved lines that meet at one point to draw a strand of hair that falls across the forehead. Delete as needed.
Use curved lines to form the eyebrows and paint two small teardrop shapes to form the eyes.
Use curved lines to indicate the mouth and nose.
Color the woman and her beautiful dress. Then check out our full collection of people drawing tutorials to sharpen your skills.