March 08, 2022 3 min read

Womens Day

 

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY ORIGINATED MORE THAN 100 YEARS AGO.

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.

 

Fun Facts about International Women's Day:

  1. THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICIALLY ADOPTED INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY IN 1975. The United Nations which had dubbed the year International Women's Year celebrated International Women's Day on March 8th for the first time.
  1. INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY IS AN OFFICIAL HOLIDAY IN DOZENS OF COUNTRIES. Afghanistan, Cuba, Vietnam, Uganda, Mongolia, Georgia, Laos, Cambodia, Armenia, Belarus, Montenegro, Russia, and Ukraine are just some of the places where March 8th is recognized as an official holiday.
  1. INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY IS A COMBINED CELEBRATION WITH MOTHER'S DAY IN SEVERAL PLACES. In the same way that Mother's Day doubles as a sort of women's appreciation day, the two holidays arecombined in some countries, including Serbia, Albania, Macedonia, and Uzbekistan.
  1. EACH YEAR'S INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY FESTIVITIES HAVE AN OFFICIAL THEME. In 1996, the UN created a theme for that year's International Women's Day: Celebrating the Past, Planning for the Future. In 1997, it was "Women at the Peace Table," then "Women and Human Rights" in 1998.
  1. THE CELEBRATION GOT WOMEN THE VOTE IN RUSSIA. In 1917, women in Russia honored the day by beginning a strike for "bread and peace" as a way to protest World War I and advocate for gender parity.

  

Let’s start Drawing International Women's Day Step by Step 

In this tutorial we used the following supplies:

  • Pencil B
  • Colored Pencil:
    • Orange
    • Pink
    • Brown
    • Blue
    • Dark Brown
    • Yellow
    • Burgundy
    • Red
    • Purple
    • Light Green
    • Olive

 

All tools used in this tutorial and more you may find at NIL-Tech Store
Get yours today, here is a coupon for 10% OFF:

STEPBYSTEP10

 

Womens Day

Step 1. Start drawing the circles and lines to outline the basic shapes of the artwork. (Pencil B)

 

Womens DayStep 2. Based on the construction line, draw the girl in the center. (Pencil B)

 

Womens DayStep 3. Draw the middle lines on the sides and draw the shape of the heads and torsos of the girls. (Pencil B)

 

Womens DayStep 4. Remove unnecessary construction lines and draw faces with hair. (Pencil B)

 

Womens DayStep 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)

 

Womens DayStep 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)

 

Womens DayStep 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)

 

Womens DayStep 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)

 

 

Electric Pencil Sharpener
Quick View
Color
Black
White
Quick View
Color
Black
White
Electric Pencil Sharpener
$34.90 $36.19