Draw a great looking Eleven from Stranger Things with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions and video tutorial. Great for kids and beginner artists!
"When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces, and one strange little girl."
And that's only the beginning of this Emmy-nominated series that has been called a "nostalgic nod to '80s sci-fi and horror classics."
Jane Hopper, known as El or Eleven, is one of the main protagonists in the science fiction series Stranger Things. She has telekinetic abilities and was raised by scientists as a laboratory experiment.
After her escape, she meets a group of adolescent boys searching for their lost friend. In time, it is revealed that El accidentally made contact with a creature called the Demogorgon, opening an interdimensional gateway.
Eleven soon learns that she must use her powers to protect her newfound friends.
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Would you like to draw a cartoon of Eleven from Stranger Things? This easy, step-by-step cartoon character drawing tutorial is here to show you how.
All you will need is a pen, pencil, or marker and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Eleven from Stranger Things
1. Begin by drawing Eleven's angry facial features. Draw curved lines to indicate the furrowed brows. Beneath each, enclose the nearly round shape of the eyes using curved lines. Shade a large circle within each eye to form the pupil. Draw the nose and mouth using short curved lines. Draw a short line beneath the nose and double it back upon itself, because El's nose is bleeding.
2. Use a series of curved lines to outline El's head. Note the overlap around the ear. Then, use additional curved lines to draw the remaining ear, detail inside the ears, and sketch the hairline. While in the laboratory, Eleven's hair was shaved short.
3. Extend curved lines to form the neck. Draw an arrow shape on each side of the neck to form the collar of the jacket. Draw a line down the middle of each side of the collar. Draw a wide, rounded "W" shaped line below the neck to indicate the collar of the dress.
4. Use curved lines to form the top of one arm, with a pair of connected "C" shaped lines for the jacket's cuff. Then, use overlapping curved lines to sketch the fist.
5. Outline the arm, shoulder, and open front of the jacket using curved lines. Draw curved lines along the lower edge of the jacket to indicate the hem.
6. Use curved lines to outline the remaining sleeve, cuff, and hand, Note the "V" shaped line that indicates the creases in the fabric at the elbow.
7. Use a long curved line to outline the skirt of El's dress. Draw scalloped, wavy lines between the open sides of the jacket. Texture the material of the skirt with long curved lines.
8. Use curved lines to outline El's leg, banding it to indicate the sock. Then, draw her sneaker. Note the overlapping lines of the tongue and laces, and the parallel line that indicates the sole.
9. Use curved lines to draw the remaining leg and shoe, a mirror image of the first.Color your cartoon of El.
Color your cartoon of El.
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