Step 6: Draw three long curved lines under the torso as guides for Cinderella's dress. Sketch the line on the left first. When you get the length right in relation to the rest of the body, darken the line. Now draw a similar line on the right side. This line should be the same length as the one on the left. Notice where the lines start at the top. They're near the bottom of the triangle but not all the way at the bottom. Add a curved horizontal line at the bottom to connect the vertical lines. The end result should be similar to a bell.
Step 7: On the top, left side of Cinderella's torso, draw a small V-shaped line as a guide for the first arm. On the end of the line, draw a small circle as a guide for the hand.
Step 8: On the top, right side of the torso, draw a line that bends outward to the right a bit as a guide for the other arm. Draw a small circle at the end of that line too as a guide for Cinderella's other hand.
That's it for the guides! For the next steps, use darker lines for a more finished drawing.
Step 9: Lightly sketch the shapes of Cinderella's eyes on top of the horizontal construction line and on either side of the vertical construction line. The shapes of the eyes should be similar to half-circles. Draw a small curved line on the right edge of the eye on the left for the bridge of the nose. When you get the placement and shapes of the eyes right, darken the lines.
Sketch the shapes lightly at first so that they're easy to erase if you make a mistake. On top of each eye, draw thick, dark eyelashes. The eyelashes are made up of dark, triangle-like, curved spikes. Cinderella has long, thick eyelashes, so don't draw them to short.