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Surprised elf Start by drawing the elf’s head, neck, and eyes. 37 1 38 Start with circles and basic shapes for the witch’s body and broom. 2 Give your witch a hat, arms, hands, and cloak. Draw a cat sitting on her broom. 3 Draw a nose, mouth, and eyes on the witch and her cat. Give the witch some hair. cackle! cackle! Witch H ubble bubble, here comes trouble... watch out for the ﬂying witch and her cat. Stay away from her cauldron! 39 1 Begin with basic lines and shapes for the giant’s head, body, legs, and arms.
Put stubble on his chin. Put in detail on his face and give him shoulders. Shade in his lips and hair. Add a nose, mouth, ears, and eyebrows. Draw a hat and shade in his eyebrows and mouth. Tired giant Draw the giant’s head, eyes, and ears. Surprised elf Start by drawing the elf’s head, neck, and eyes. 37 1 38 Start with circles and basic shapes for the witch’s body and broom. 2 Give your witch a hat, arms, hands, and cloak. Draw a cat sitting on her broom. 3 Draw a nose, mouth, and eyes on the witch and her cat.
Draw his shoes and clothes. fee, fi, fo, fum... 41 Texture M have a range of textures, from feathery wings on fairies to shiny scales on dragons. Try out diﬀerent materials to make your magical creatures look lifelike. AGICAL CREATURES Wings need long, soft pencil strokes to make the feathers soft and light. Words to think about scaly furry bumpy lumpy smooth slimy hairy prickly spiky feathery 42 Use a soft pencil or pastel to make fairy wings look light and delicate. shiny Mermaid tails and bodies have overlapping scales that have a texture like fish skin.