Are you ready to learn how to draw a princess? We’ve got a super easy step by step tutorial ready for you and you and your kids will be drawing their own princess in no time!
This one is really cute and as we had “easy” in mind when creating this tutorial, it is suitable for all ages.
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How to Draw a Princess Step by Step
Once you are done drawing a princess why not also try how to draw a mermaid (or any other character from our big collection of how to draw tutorials).
What you need:
- our printable drawing guide (optional)
- pencil or black marker
Step by Step Princess Drawing Instructions
Start off by drawing a face. It’s easy, just draw a wide U shape.
Next come the facial features and neck. When it comes to the face, the eyes can be a bit tricky, you can keep it simple by drawing dots instead of full eyes.
In the next step we’ll close off the face with a hair line.
Also, draw a U shape under the neck. We’re already working on the gown for this princess.
Next comes the belt for the dress. It might feel weird to draw something in the middle, but it will make all next steps a lot easier.
Shoulder pads are next (think letter C) and the first part of the gown.
Draw a line from the shoulder pads to the belt on both sides.
Simple arms. Hands can be really hard to draw, they are especially challenging for young kids so keep this as simple as possible.
Draw a crown. And add details to the dress.
Last but not least, draw a hair. We decided our princess will have curly hair but your kids can draw whichever hairstyle they want.
Congratulations, you have learned how to draw a princess, so the last thing left to do is to color it in.
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