Learn how to draw a great looking Girl Pixel Art with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Girl Pixel Art drawing.
Are you ready to design your own video game character? You can learn how to draw a girl in pixel art style. Get your graph paper ready!
Lara Croft from the Tomb Raider series is perhaps the most famous. And, of course, the original iterations of both of these characters were in the pixel art style!
You can make pixel art by hand or on the computer. Use graph paper or create your own using a ruler. Or, you can download one of many free point-and-click pixel art apps.
As you complete your drawing of a girl's face, you will notice that two types of lines are required. First, you will shade rows of squares on the grid paper to make thick, pixelated lines. Later, you will use narrow lines that follow the lines of the grid to add detail to your drawing.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Girl Pixel Art
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 1
1. Begin with the features of the girl's face. Shade two blocks horizontally for the nose, and sets of two, three, and two blocks for the chin.
For the bottom of each eye, shade a single square and a set of three squares. For the pupil and top of the eye, use a single square and rows of three, three, and two squares.
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 2
2. Outline the sides of the girl's face. Initially, you will use single squares connected at the corners. Then, you will include rows of two and three squares.
Above the face, shade vertical columns of two and three squares, connected at the corner. This is the part in the girl's hair.
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 3
3. Next, outline the girl's hair. Shade a series of lines, connected at the corners, each made from one, two, and three squares. These diagonal lines should travel from the part to each side of the face, across the forehead, and the top of the head above the part.
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 4
4. Continue to outline the girl's hair. Shade single squares, long lines of squares, and "V" shaped segments to create the wavy line.
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 5
5. Sketch the hair on the opposite side of the head. Again, use single squares, long lines of squares, and "V" shaped segments to create the wavy line. Notice the long horizontal line at the top of the head.
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 6
6. Complete the hair to match the opposite side using single squares and a "V" shaped segment.
Then, draw the neck and collar of the shirt. As you move into the next step, you will notice that this complicated pattern is not shaded in its entirety. The overlapping areas remain unshaded.
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 7
7. Shade diagonal single and double square segments to create the shoulders and upper arms.
Then, use thin lines to add detail to the hair. Enclose square and rectangle shapes along the edges of the hair above the forehead, but do not shade them.
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 8
8. Enclose single, double, and "V" shaped segments in the hair, but do not shade them. Outline irregular shapes in the hair above the shoulders. Use short lines to connect the upper and lower portions of each eye, and enclose a roughly "L" shaped grouping of five squares to indicate the mouth.
Girl Pixel Art Drawing - Step 9
9. Continue to add narrow lines to the hair, forehead, nose, mouth, neck, and blouse. This will aid you in coloring your drawing.
Complete Girl Pixel Art Drawing
Color your pixel art cartoon of a girl. Remember to use different shades within each section demarcated by thin lines.
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