Not Helpful 35 Helpful For the clothes, draw a rough sketch of the outfit on a separate piece of paper, then draw it on, try to stay near to the body's shape, unless you want the clothing to be baggy. Just try to experiment with different nose positions and see which one looks right. You can use a triangle as a guide for the hands. Draw an inverted dome shape for the thorax and attach more lines to the limbs. Take note of the proportions and where joints are located. Add a crossed line to the face and thorax to help you determine accurate positioning of body parts later.
Clearly, the blinding bangs covering one or both eyes reflect a cold and detached nature on the character. Another popular short hairstyle is the short bob or chin-length bob with bangs, like the one Hana Midorikawa from Prison School wears. Don't make it disproportionate, as it will look silly. There are a lot of white haired boys in anime, but for girls, creators tend to opt for the silver or grey hair look, so finding that true snow white can be tricky. One of my favorites is Shiro from No Game No life, who has long smooth hair with one thick lock falling over her face between her eyes.
She will remain loyal and will do anything if it's for the better of her friend Madoka. You can surely think of many other long haired girls, the list is pretty much endless, but most likely half of them will be either super powerful or super evil babes. Traditional Japanese clothing are clothing such as kimonos and yukatas. We laugh at her thoughts about herself and others because we also feel the same.
A simple blazer and pleated skirt would be nice. Make them either large and shiny or slightly squinched up and imperfect. There's no specific place to put the nose, it's just whatever feels natural. Next, build the rest of her body by adding shapes to the wire frame, then use the shapes as a guide to create the girl's figure. Sketch an angle for the nose and a small curved line for the lips. Use the stick figure as guide. Not Helpful 26 Helpful