Watch this tutorial to learn how to draw Beyoncé Knowles. Make sure to pause the video after each step and look at the screen every few seconds while you are drawing.
"Step 1- Make a rainbow shape at the top of your large index card. Notice that the top of the rainbow is at the very top of the card. Then make the oval Notice that the bottom of the oval is more pointed than the top.
Step 2- Continue the line at the end of the rainbow down to the mid point of the card and then curve it upwards to the bottom of the oval. Do this on both sides.
Step 3- Try to match the two lines that I just added. Use the sides of the index card to gage their accuracy.
Step 4- Use your observation skills to draw the two lines that I just added. This will eventually be the bottom of Beyonce's left arm.
Step 5- Do the same for the top of her left arm.
Step 6- Now, create the top of her forearm. Hint, notice the shape that is formed in the background, think of this shape as a puzzle piece and use it to tweak the shapes around it.
Step 7- Create the V shape on her dress. Notice that the bottom of the V ends at the mid point of the shape that was formed in the previous step.
Step 8- I slightly changed the shape at the bottom of the hair on the left and created a neck. I also made another shape within the hair.
Step 9- I created another shape within the hair.
Step 10- I changed the side of her hair. I made 7 wild curls at the bottom with a wave above it.
Step 11- Take a second to observe and draw the shapes that I just drew on the other side of her hair.
Step 12- I exposed the neck some more by curling up the bottom of the hair on the left side of her head.
Step 13- I put a line for the shadow under her breasts
Step 14- I added an earring
Step 15- I added a belt
Step 16- I added two ovals on the face for the eye sockets. These will be broken"
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