Here are the google results for How to Draw Disney and then follow some of the tutorials that cater specifically to Disney animated style. There's just as much to know about drawing the body. . a more advance, more naturalistic version of the style in Disney animated features. I love the Disney style of drawing. If you know my story, than you know what am important part Disney played.
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Connect the pecks to the shoulders as with the male.
Here's where thing change up a bit. This slant varies depending on the type of bosom. Like men's chests, not all women have the same type of bosom.
Once that's done you draw the concave lines of the shoulder muscles. You now have a female chest area lay in to draw over.
That and variations of that, is all there is to it. The Underwear Hip Shape Whether your hip area is more box like or cube like, once you're ready to define it more, you can turn into, what I call, "the underwear" shape.
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This shape is not unique to me. I found this hip shape comes just as handy for cartoons as it does for naturalistic figures. Here's what it looks like: It closely resembles a bowl with two holes cut out on the bottom.
It can be placed on any shape. The reason is to better define where the legs will be inserted into the area.
I'll show you how this helps once I start writing about the legs. The Formulas In Action Once you have these elements down, you can start modifying them to create all kinds of different body types and styles.
You can make animals, different types of men, different types of women. It's up to you and your experimentation. Let's see how these formulas work using some popular cartoon styles It's very how to draw disney style to see in Looney Tune type characters and Mickey Mouse type.
IWTL how to draw in a style similar to this Disney concept art. : IWantToLearn
But you can also see a more advance, more naturalistic version of the style in Disney animated features. Below is a Looney Tunes type body.
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I didn't add chest or bellybutton details because this body can be used to make bunnies, cats, dogs, mice It's simply made of two balls, top one about half as big as the bottom. Which you then connect together.
Adding some form and direction. And you have the body type.
This is not "the only" Looney Tunes body type but it's a very common one. If, however, you're going to for a more Disney princess type, here is a simple archetypal body formula for that: