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TUTORIAL: Disney Girls
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Published: February 24, 2010
© 2010 - 2019 oceanstarlet
EDIT: "Sugar cookie" is definitely not an official Disney term...it's my name for all the European Disney princesses. Like sugar cookies: sparkly, white, sometimes too sweet for their own good

EDIT #2: I'm not ripping on Disney! I LOVE and TOTALLY COMPLETELY ADMIRE Disney and their artists! I think I was trying to be funny, except everything I noticed about Disney's stylization came across as caustic.
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Gose609's avatar
great tutorial, this will help. thanks
Ambitrion's avatar
cool tutorial, very helpfull ! thanks for this!

can i ask, what the baseic shape for body disney girls? i was found in network basic shape and model sheet for Meg.
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Sabrina138Hobbyist General Artist
What about Disney Males?
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LondonDrawsPotatoHobbyist Digital Artist
Not many people tend to draw the men, but if you want to there are principals. Males in disney are more squareish, look for concept art for disney's male characters if you want to learn, and try to copy it.
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Renegade-SamuraiHobbyist Traditional Artist
This may seem like a silly question but, do you have any tips for drawing the hair? Every time I try and draw the hair something about it seems off
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LondonDrawsPotatoHobbyist Digital Artist
Depending on hair tbh. Disney hair - basic shapes, most of the girl's hair are long non complicated flowing hair that slope down.

In relation to actual hair - just search a tutorial that catches your fancy, there are tons. c:
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Black-Hole-SyndromeHobbyist General Artist
Really helpul!



This tutorial is also saved to my pinterest board i don't know why
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catsonqHobbyist Digital Artist
SAME
That's how I found it lol
LondonDrawsPotato's avatar
LondonDrawsPotatoHobbyist Digital Artist
Tiana doesn't exist I suppose...
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SherendipityHobbyist Digital Artist
This was originally posted before the Princess and the Frog was made, which is probably why Tiana isnt there. 
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LondonDrawsPotatoHobbyist Digital Artist
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KrabyplanktonStudent Filmographer
lol iron man mask 
Queenofthedreamworld's avatar
Amazing tutorials. These will help me out a lot. But I was wondering if you could make a tutorials of Disney males. I have a hard time drawing men and cannot find any really good tutorials on drawing men.
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Madame-MozartHobbyist General Artist
Amazing tutorial! La la la la 
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PS-I-am-TaintedXOXOHobbyist General Artist
Really helpful! Thank you!
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DazedDaisiesO-oHobbyist Traditional Artist
I really love this tutorial and now I'm citing it for my senior project on Disney Princesses! :XD:
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LimeSnakeletStudent Traditional Artist
Thanks for Posting This.I Have Disney OCs but I could Never Draw In Disney Style. :) This Will Help Me A Lot. Thanks.
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starryeyed-nzHobbyist Traditional Artist
This is cool. Thanks for sharing.
rebeccauponastar's avatar
Lol you should do one of these on Japanese style animation. Their is literally no diversity when it comes to race, excepting skin, hair, and eye color
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HCShannonHobbyist Digital Artist
Anime and Manga artists are inspired by Disney!
DragonKnightShaun's avatar
something you may have looked passed is that when drawing the people, they rarely used black outlines, they usually used a color darker then the objects color.
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RavenpuffWhovianHobbyist Traditional Artist
This is a great tutorial that is really helpful. Nice!
fluidpansy's avatar
This is so helpful ilu
Jess-Sunders's avatar
thank you)) Its very good tutorial)
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