How To Draw Marge Simpson
How To Draw Marge Simpson
Learn to draw the blue-haired beauty of the Simpsons family, Marge Simpson, with these step-by-step instructions coming from a professional!
Now, I'm going to show you how to draw Marge Simpson. Again, you start with the eyes. So, you do the same as before, you do two circles, one which is a full circle and the other is like a half circle leaving a gap at the bottom which is where the nose is going to be, like that.
This time with the lid, it is a bit different because the shape of the face is slightly more angular. You come out at a more sharp angle at the front and bring the mouth back in sort of level with the back of the first eye, and you put a line on the end. From the middle of the nose, you come down level with there, a diagonal line down which is going to be sort of the chin and the shape of the face.
Although, she doesn't really have much of a chin there, and for the other side of the face, you come up, level with the line that you have already done, and you can only see part of the ear so what we do is we should just put on half of the ear shape because the hair is going to be there. And while we're here, we're just going to put a couple of dots for the eyes and put on the eyelashes which are just straight lines coming off of the top of the eyes. For the hair, it doesn't matter if the lines are not exact because it's only like a sort of a fluffy looking shape, anyway.
So if you start with the inside of the top of the ear and you come round, you just do shapes just like this. It doesn't really matter if they are not exact. You come out level with the eye which you can just join up there.
You come back to the outside of the hair and we are going to come around here. So you do exactly the same patterns again. You just keep coming up.
It comes up quite a long way so you need to leave a reasonable amount of room at the top of your paper. The hair, as it comes up, it doesn't come up straight. It comes out at an angle.
So if you just want to rough it out, with the top, so you can get in the right position, just do some light pencil lines and join it back up with the one you have already done so you already know roughly where you're going. And then, you can just continue up with the shapes that you are already doing. You just come round, filling them in as you go, and you come back to the bottom.
Now, with the neck, you just thicken that line up there. With the beads that surround the neck, all you need to do is just do a few circles that are touching all the way round. Because these two are going to be partly obscured by the neck, just do two little bits like that, and we are going to do it with her arm coming down behind her back.
So if you come from the top of the neck and you just do a line coming down and then slightly back in which is going to be the arm there, and for the chest, you come down here and out and back in towards the waist. That is going to form the arm and the front of the body. The dress will probably start round about sort of here.
So you can come along, stopping just short because this is where the arm is going to go. The arm comes, the back of the arm comes from just above the dress and you come down level, and you come round the corner and back in. Now, all you need to do now is adding the back of the dress here which comes down from more or less touching the top, down and you make it touch the arm here so there's not any space and round like that.
Just thickening up the lines and just the last line is to just put the fingers that you can see just behind the bottom. And there you have, just thicken a few lines, Marge Simpson. .