January 19, 2022 2 min read

 

Kings Daughter

The King's Daughter is an American action-adventure fantasy film directed by Sean McNamara from a screenplay by Barry Berman and James Schamus. It is based on the 1997 novel The Moon and the Sun by Vonda N. Mclyntyre. The film stars Pierce Brosnan as King Louis XIV, Kaya Scodelario as Marie-Josèphe, and Benjamin Walker as Yves De La Croix.

 

Fun Facts about Mermaids:

  1. Mermaids are presented in almost every culture across the world as beautiful women who have fish tails as the lower half of their bodies (sometimes snake tails), long hair and beautiful voices that can mesmerize or hypnotize men who hear it.

  1. Some of the powers of the mermaid are immortality, seeing the future, telepathy and hypnosis.
  1. Modern day view of mermaids is often mixed with sirens who are much more aggressive and dangerous creatures.

  1. Mermaids are the female members of the underwater race of merfolk. Males are called mermen and are supposedly ever more shy and secretive than their female counterparts.
  1. Mermaids can today be seen in many corporate logos and official seals. Sirens were also the inspiration for naming the "sirenia" order of water dwelling herbivorous mammals.

 

 

Let’s start Drawing King's Daughter Step by Step

 

In this tutorial we used the following supplies:

  • Pencil B
  • Colored Pencil:
    • blue
    • beige
    • ocher
    • cyan
    • yellow

 

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 Kings DaughterStep 1. We begin drawing the basic shape guidelines and circles. To outline the mermaid. (Pencil B)

 

 Kings DaughterStep 2. Based on the construction line made on the previous step, draw the outline of the mermaid. (Pencil B)

 

 Kings DaughterStep 3. Next is to remove unnecessary construction lines and draw the fins. (Pencil B)

 

 Kings DaughterStep 4. Remove the remaining unnecessary guidelines. Add the texture lines on the fins and hair. (Pencil B)

 

 Kings DaughterStep 5. Start working on the colors by making the general tone of the mermaid. We use beige for the body and blue for the fins. (Colored pencils beige, blue)

 

 Kings DaughterStep 6. Let's start working on the body. For the shadows, we use ocher and also enhance beige. (Colored pencils beige, ocher)

 

 Kings DaughterStep 7. The last step is to work on the tail and fins. For the shadows, use blue, enhance the blue and make the highlights yellow. (Colored pencils blue, cyan, yellow)

 

 

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