A beginner-friendly guide to learning how to draw a great-looking Christmas Anime Girl with easy, step by step drawing instructions and video tutorial. Great for beginner artists!
Although Christmas was not a traditional holiday in Japan, the secular aspects of the celebration have been adopted over the past century.
This means that many anime cartoons and manga comics have Christmas specials.
You can get into the holiday spirit with this easy, step-by-step Christmas anime girl drawing.
Step-by-Step Tutorial for Drawing a Christmas Anime Girl
Ho, ho, ho, the anime Christmas Santa girl is coming to town. This pretty anime girl wears a seductive, sexy outfit. Yet, this fun tutorial is still suitable for beginners and families.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing the girl’s head. Use curved lines to sketch the forehead, cheeks, and chin, as well as the ear and locks of hair along the sides of the face.
Draw perpendicular grid lines across the face. These will help you to place the features in a later step.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 2
2. Center the wide, excited eyes above the two halves of the horizontal gridline. For each eye, use a gently curved line and a “U” shaped line. Then, draw another, thicker line around each eye. From this line, extend short lines for eyelashes near the outer corner of the eye.
Next, draw a curved eyebrow above each eye.
Center the mouth over the lower half of the vertical grid line. Use curved lines to outline the mouth and separate the upper and lower teeth. Draw the nose at the center of the grid using a short line.
Extend a pair of lines below the head to form the neck.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 3
3. Sketch the short hairstyle using long and short curved lines. Notice how the hair ends in jagged points and curved rectangle shapes.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 4
4. Draw the Santa hat on top of the girl’s head. Use long curved lines for the base and body of the hat. Draw the circular pom pom using a series of short lines. Then, use long curved lines for the neck and shoulders, front of the garment, and to contour the collar bones. Finally, draw several four-pointed stars near the girl’s head.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 5
5. Use a series of overlapping curved lines to draw the sleeve, cuff, and hand. Notice that the girl is making a “V” for victory or anime peace sign gesture.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 6
6. Use long curved lines to sketch the sides of the girl’s dress. Then, enclose circular pompom buttons on the front of the dress, using a series of lines for each.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 7
7. Use curved lines to outline the remaining sleeve and cuff.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 8
8. Use long curved lines to enclose the hem at the bottom of the dress. Then, extend pairs of curved lines to indicate the legs.
Christmas Anime Girl drawing - Step 9
9. Color your festive cute Christmas girl. We’ve given ours a red dress with white pompoms in classic Santa Claus style.
What to draw next?
Can you draw more Christmas anime characters? Design your own anime character by giving this woman a different face or by sketching a Christmas anime boy.
Or putting her in a sexy anime pose.
Can you draw hair hair differently? Maybe draw her a ponytail, fluffy hair, long hair with bangs, or double buns.
Change her facial expressions? Draw her a sad, shocked or mad anime face?
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