How to Draw a Doll Face on Fabric

When you have a daughter, it is natural that she will be fond of dolls. Most of the time, your daughter is passed by playing with dolls. Sometimes wearing dresses which are having doll drawings can also make your daughter feel lively. Your daughter will love to wear it when they see it. But for drawing a doll face on fabric, you need to follow some instructions.

To improve our readers’ skills today, we will discuss an easy process allowing you to draw a doll. You will need some essential elements for this process, and you have to start with a pencil and a ruler. The most important aspect of drawing a doll face is maintaining the proper placement of eyes, lips, and nose.

How to Draw a Doll Face on Fabric

For this, you must take a pencil and draw an outline of the face. Then you have to draw a straight line and divide the shape into two halves longitudinally. Now you have to divide the form into three equal parts transversely. Now you have to start drawing the eyes, lips, and nose. You have to draw the lips symmetrically on the intersection point of the third line.

Then you must start drawing the nose on the intersection point of the second line. And for the eyes, you have to move slightly on either side. But you must maintain an equal distance from the third intersection point. In this manner, the eyes will be drawn. Now you have to add the eyebrows and ears.

After this, you can add hair and use different colors to embellish the doll’s face. It will be more pleasing to add some clothes and other cartoon figures. In this manner, you can draw a doll’s face on a cloth, and your daughter will surely love to wear this cloth. It will turn out to be her favorite one.

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Nancy Behan

Nancy Behan

Nancy is an embroidery artist, fashion blogger and a full time editor at DIY quickly. Nancy edits the fashion section on DIY quickly, focusing on the embroidery and cross stitch articles, alongside with fabric and other costume design elements. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History. She loves to work on her own projects, read books and watch romantic movies in her spare time.

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