Drawing Now presents this simple video tutorial on how to draw Betty Boop. Begin by drawing an apple shape for her head. In the center of her head draw her part and extend the curved line down to her cheek finishing off with an upturned curl. Next draw the other half of her part and the front curved line of her hair. Then add two circles for her eyes. Inside these circles, shade in small half circle areas so it appears she is looking to the side. On the opposite side of the eye, add an accent mark. Around the eye, add small lines for her lashes. Next create her nose by drawing a very small curved line slightly below the center point between her eyes. Beneath her nose, draw small lips that are full and dark. The lips should extend off the face slightly. Above each eye, draw exaggerated angled brows. Add curved points around her hair. Next, add looped earrings on either side by the bottom curl. Shade in her hair using black. Then start on her body. Directly below her face, draw her shoulders. Extend out one arm. From the pit of that arm, draw the curve of her body, leading to her hip. Create the curved top of her dress by drawing the top section of a heart. Next, draw her bent leg so it appears crossed over in front of her and a heeled shoe. Then add her second leg, slightly behind the first. This will give an appearance of sitting. Continue the lines of the arm and hand on one side. On her other side, draw a small, large eared puppy. Under one hand write Betty and under the dog write Boop. Under Betty, draw a heart and draw the outline of a heart around Betty with an accent line. The final stage is shading. Her dress and shoes are pink. Accent her eyes with green. The small heart, the large heart and the lettering is red. To finish your drawing, shade her skin a pale pink and add yellow to her earrings.
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