How to Draw A Fairy

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Magic and fantasy are part of this tutorial on how to draw a fairy made from a cute design! I will show you how to illustrate this fun female character using only simple shapes and a few curved lines. Carefully designed to be easy to duplicate and fun to look at, this fairy tutorial is all you need to learn how to draw this magical cartoon character easily. :)

How to draw a fairy

Step 1

Great! Let's begin with the head. To illustrate this part of the body, simply use a large oval shape. The body can be made using a small rectangle. The dress is done with another rectangle that is narrower on top. 

How to draw a fairy

Step 2

The hair is sketch with several curved lines. The arms are made from small rectangles. The legs are also made from small rectangles and the shoes are created using circles. 

How to draw a fairy

Step 3

You can use two large circles to represent the eyes. Make sure that the hair is partially covering these eyes. Wings are drawn using large rectangles with round corners. 

How to draw a fairy

Step 4

Move on to the fourth step by adding pupils inside the eyes. These shapes are slightly close to each other. The magic stick is drawn using a rectangular shape and a small star. 

How to draw a fairy

Step 5

Inside the pupils, you can draw small oval shapes. These shapes are illustrating the effect of lighting inside the pupils. The nose and the mouth are made from curved lines. 

How to draw a fairy

Step 6

Great job! This cartoon illustration is now completely done! As you can see on this black and white version, you need to draw just enough details to make this character recognizable without having to spend hours drawing this cute fairy. 

How to draw a fairy

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How to draw a fairy

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