Step 6: Draw an angled line on the top, left side of the torso as a guide for Elsa's arm. At the bottom end of the line , draw a small circle as guide for the hand. Draw another angled line and small circle on the top, right side as a guide for Elsa's other arm.
Step 7: Draw two long lines under the torso as guides for Elsa's legs. The length of these lines should be longer than the torso and the head combined. The line on the right should slope more and be angled at the bottom to create guide for the foot.
That's it for the guides! For the next steps, use darker lines for a more finished drawing.
Step 8: Draw Elsa's eyes inside the head. Use the construction lines as guides. First lightly sketch a football-like shape right on top of the horizontal line and on either side of the vertical line. When you get the shapes and their positions right, darken the lines.
The eye on the left should be a bit flatter, while the one on the right should be wide and fully opened. Draw a thicker line on the top part of each eye for Elsa's eyelashes. Add a few smaller strokes along the top part of the line to emphasize the eyelashes. Make the bottom line of the eyes thicker too, but not as thick as the top line. Add the eyelashes to the eye on the right as well. Draw a couple of small, curved lines over each eye for Elsa's eyelids.
Step 9: Inside each eye, draw two small, curved lines for the irises. The irises should be circles, but because Elsa's eyes are half-closed, only a couple of lines are necessary. Add a big dot in the middle of each iris for the pupils. Elsa has big pupils, so don't draw these shapes too small.