How to Draw Princess Leia
Princess Leia Organa created her flick debut in 1977. Since then, she has discovered she was a Skywalker, twin sister of Luke, and daughter of Darth Vader, married to Han Solo, and had at least one child (according to the canon you’re using). Reading), she led the Rebellion to numerous victories and even earned a rare spot as a Disney princess.
As a child, Leia was adopted by Bail Organa. A politician and member of the Alderman royal family. Thus Leia was raised as a princess trained in diplomacy. Groomed for a career in galactic politics. She would evolve into a member of the Imperial Senate.
As a teenager, Princess Leia was already leading secret missions on behalf of the Rebellion. When the Empire captured her, she bravely endured the torture and tragedy of seeing her homeward of Alderman destroyed. Her bravery didn’t end there she on several occasions faced Imperial troops, vile mobsters, and alien creatures, and even survived the cold of outer space for a time with the help of the Force. Would you like to draw Princess Leia? This easy step-by-step guide to drawing Star Wars characters can show you how. All you will need is a pen, pencil or marker and a piece of paper.
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Step-by-step instructions for drawing Princess Leia
Start by drawing a curved line to outline Leia’s face.
Draw a rounded rectangular shape on the face using curved lines. The bottom side of the body is made up of an overlapping series of short lines. Then describe the build with lines of different lengths.
Use curved lines to outline the irregular shape of the other half of Leia’s parted hair. Again, texture it with curved lines.
Use a series of overlapping curved lines to draw the bow on the side of Leia’s head. Catch that the bun, Is in three twisted branches. Texture each section with curved lines.
Use curved lines to sketch the bun on the contrasting side of the head. Again, notice the three sections and the texture of the curved lines.
Extend two short lines below the head, forming the neck of the head. Use curved lines to enclose a curved shape at the base of the neck, including the garment’s collar. Notice the overlapping lines on the sides of the neck, indicating ripples in the fabric. Then extend the lines outwards, forming the shoulders.
Draw curved lines from her shoulders, outlining her arms. Use curved lines to outline her torso. Then use a series of pipes to indicate the shoulder seams and material design throughout the garment.
Detail the face of Princess Leia. Draw big, round eyes, each with a small circle inside of them. Use curved lines on top to outline the eyes and short lines below to indicate the lashes. Circle a curved shape above each eye, forming the eyebrows, and use a curved line to show the nose.
Use curved lines to draw the smiling mouth, teeth, and chin.