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On February 28, 1909, the now dissolved Socialist Party of Americaorganized the first National Woman's Day, which took place on the last Sunday in February.
In this tutorial we used the following supplies:
Step 1. Start drawing the circles and lines to outline the basic shapes of the artwork. (Pencil B)
Step 2. Based on the construction line, draw the girl in the center. (Pencil B)
Step 3. Draw the middle lines on the sides and draw the shape of the heads and torsos of the girls. (Pencil B)
Step 4. Remove unnecessary construction lines and draw faces with hair. (Pencil B)
Step 5. Start drawing by using colored pencils to make the general tone of the heads. For the girl on the left we use orange for the hair and pink for the skin. For the center and right for the skin we use brown, for the hair on the right we use dark brown, and blue for the hijab. (Colored pencils orange, pink, brown, blue, dark brown)
Step 6. Let's move on to working more details of the heads. For orange hair, use yellow for highlights. On the pink skin, use burgundy for shadows. On the Hijab use blue to emphasize the shadows. For the brown skin use dark brown for the shadows. And for the dark hair use brown to enhance the shadows. (Colored pencils orange, yellow, burgundy, blue, dark brown)
Step 7. We make a general tone on the remaining details. We use red for the lips, burgundy for the left girl's jacket, lilac for the middle one, and light green on the right. (Colored pencils burgundy, red, purple, light green)
Step 8. On the last step, strengthen the red colors. For burgundy and lilac use purple for the shadows, and on light green use olive. (Colored pencils red, purple, olive)
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