How To Draw A Tinkerbell Drawing Easy [Step By Step] 

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How To Draw A Tinkerbell Drawing

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Step 1. Drawing the circles

how to draw tinkerbell
how to draw tinkerbell

Begin by drawing a circle. This will become the fairy’s face. Draw another, smaller circle overlapping the first. This, too, will serve as a guide in drawing Tinkerbell face.

Draw a curved line below the smaller circle. Then, draw another curved line below it.

Step 2. Drawing the curved circle for shoulders

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how to draw tinkerbell

Draw two circles, one attached to the curved line of the shoulder and one below it. These should be slightly larger than the primary circle of the head. This will aid you in outlining Tinker Bell’s body.

Step 3. Drawing the hands of tinkerbell

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how to draw tinkerbell

Draw a pair of curved lines, crossing each other in an “X” shape. The tops of the lines should overlap the lowest circle. Draw two small, overlapping circles just below the point where the lines cross.

These will help you to sketch Tinker Bell’s legs and knees. Draw curved lines descending from each side of the torso to begin sketching the arms. Draw a small circle in the middle of each to indicate the elbows.

Step 4. Drawing The lower body part

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how to draw tinkerbell

Draw curved lines at the end of each arm to begin sketching the hands and fingers. Then, use curved lines to enclose a wavy triangle at the bottom of each leg, forming the feet.

Draw two curved lines that meet above the head, outlining an incomplete teardrop shape. This is Tinker Bell’s hair. Then, enclose a partial circle above it, forming the bun. Draw curved lines between the circles of the body.

Extend the lines below the lower circle, and connect them with a curved line. This outlines the fairy’s torso and skirt.

Step 5. Drawing the hands of tinkerbell

how to draw a tinkerbell drawing
how to draw tinkerbell

Use curved lines to outline the front of the face and the neck. Draw the ear using a “C” shaped line. Draw a curved “M” shaped line across the top of the torso, outlining the neck of the garment.

Draw a series of connected curved lines across the bottom of the skirt, giving it a ruffled edge. Erase as necessary. Use curved lines to contour the legs. Notice how the lines converge at the knee, and the shape of the thigh and calf muscles.

Use curved lines to contour the shape of the arms. Notice the bulge of the muscles and the convergence of lines at the elbows and wrists.

Step 6. Complete the tinkerbell drawing

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how to draw tinkerbell

Use curved lines to trace the delicate fingers. Detail the hair, using a series of curved lines that meet at jagged points. Erase all the guide lines, leaving a clean outline of the girl.

Draw a circle on top of and a curved line across each foot. These outline the shoes. Turn the girl into a fairy by giving her wings. Extend two pairs of curved lines from the shoulders and allow them to meet at a sharp point.

Below them, outline the lower wings with two “C” shaped lines. Finally, detail Tinker Bell’s face. Use curved lines to outline the almond-shaped eyes, the irises, the shaded pupils, eyelashes, the nose, eyebrows, and lips.

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How to draw tinkerbell step by step
How to draw tinkerbell step by step

Interesting Facts About Tinkerbell:

In the original play and novel. Barrie described Tinker Bell as a fairy who mended pots and kettles, an actual tinker of the fairy folk. Her speech consists of the sounds of a tinkling bell, which is understandable only to those familiar with the language of the fairies.

Tinker Bell is a fictional character from J. M. Barrie‘s 1904 play Peter Pan and its 1911 novelisation Peter and Wendy. She has appeared in a variety of film and television adaptations of the Peter Pan stories, in particular the 1953 animated Walt Disney picture Peter Pan. 

Conclusion:

That’s it guys, we have finally completed the drawing of the tinkerbell drawing, hope you liked it and if you have any doubts about the drawing, let me know in the comment section.

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