Now draw two lines curved upwards in the lower center of the face to outline the princess’s nose and lips. Draw a crossed strap down the middle of the bodice and a huge gem in the middle of the crown, as shown in the picture. To ensure that the outline is positioned correctly in the center, draw a horizontal and a vertical line across the paper to create reference lines. Then separate the outer layer of the dress from the inner layer by drawing two lines in the middle of the skirt.
Congratulations, you’ve learned how to draw a princess, so the last thing you have to do is color her in.
How to draw a princess step by step?
Draw multiple long, narrow, U-shaped lines to shape the fingers and curved lines to connect with the wrist and detail the palm. To make it look like the dress is running down the floor, pull a slightly wider oval base like I did here. Continue to fill in the details of the face by drawing in the eyelids with two eyelashes each. Long hair, short hair, high heels, flats, strapless dresses or puff sleeves, you name it, I draw it.
However, if you want the dress to be sleeveless, skip this step and move on to the next one. It was really nice and doable, but I shaken it up a bit by giving my curly hair as she is a black princess like me.