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If you want to draw a fallen angel, but don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place. For drawing a fallen angel, I follow a very simple and easy stepwise approach, something that’s perfect for beginners. And if you want, you can use this approach to draw your own fallen angel. Even if you don’t replicate the entire thing, you can at least get a good idea as to how to start, and then get creative with it as you want.
To draw a fallen angel, we must focus on the hair and wings. Keep the hair messy, and the wings large and wide. Add some feathers to the wings for added detail, and don’t forget to draw the halo. Once all this is done, your fallen angel will be ready.
Start drawing the hair from the left.
The hair is a bit messy and long.
The arm is to cover half the face.
Use a light pencil to show the eye and a tear drop falling from it.
The body is small and thin.
The leg is drawn long, and the knee is brushing up against the elbow and face.
This leg is behind the front one, and is not fully visible.
Use a light pencil to draw the wings.
The wings are big and have a lot of feathers in them.
The halo is drawn right over the head, like a flat hollow circle.
Use a dark pencil for the finishing touches.
Take out your coloring pencils and start coloring the angel.
Jimena & Iñigo
My husband and I are learning how to draw and paint. We wanted to share this learning process with the world and have fun! That's why we created this blog. We'll have drawing contests every week and you'll decide who won that week! Follow along and learn with us!
1. Trace the picture:
2. Coloring picture:
3. Fallen Angel Step by Step Printable: