How to Draw Fluttershy

Introduction: How to Draw Fluttershy

About: huge geek with a creative drive and too much free time

My siblings used to really like My Little Pony, that is until Frozen came out. One of my favorites was Fluttershy, a Pegasus that loves animals. I decided to make a simple tutorial on how to draw her, so I hope you enjoy it!

Step 1: Materials

You will need...
•1 white sheet of paper
•1 pencil
•1 yellow crayon, 1 pink crayon, 1 light blue crayon

Step 2: The Head

To draw Fluttershy, it's easier to look at the pictures in the steps than me trying to explain it. So follow the pictures and you'll be fine. Detailed steps will be provided in harder areas.

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Step 26: Erase

Whenever I draw, I normally have to go over lines a lot to get a defined shape. If you have these lines, erase them. Cartoon figures normally do not have these lines.

Step 27: Coloring the Eyes

First shade in her eyes with your pencil. Then, take the blue crayon and color the parts shown. Coloring lightly, color in the little lines underneath her pupil as shown.

Step 28: Coloring Tips

Here are a few tips for when you color:
1) Always color in one direction.
2) Always color with the same force.
3) Color inside the lines, but think outside the box=)

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Step 30: Erase

Then erase the pencil marks and you have your Fluttershy! Thank you so much for viewing and I hope you enjoyed it!

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    7 Discussions


    5 years ago

    I've never been a fan of the my Little Pony series, but this is really good. Also, you don't have to color all in one direction... Ever tried cross-hatching? Sometimes it can also help to contour the form of your drawing when you shade, which can give your art a lot of depth. :)


    6 years ago

    Good job