Step 6: Draw a slightly tilted horizontal line under the triangle as the guide for the bottom half of Moana's body. Add two diagonal lines that connect the bottom line to the triangle to finish the guide for the lower half of the body.
Step 7: Draw an angled line similar to a less-than sign (<) on the left side of the body as a guide for the first arm. Draw another angled line on the right side that is similar to a greater-than sign (>) as a guide for Moana's other arm.
Step 8: Draw a long, diagonal line under the body, on the left side, as a guide for Moana's first leg. Bend the line at the bottom. Draw another diagonal line on the right for the other leg. Don't bend this line because the foot will face forward.
That's it for the guides! For the next steps, use darker lines for a more finished drawing.
Step 9: Lightly sketch two ovals inside the head for the eyes. Use the construction lines as guides for placement. The eye on the left should be longer because of perspective. When you get the size and placement of Moana's eyes right, darken the lines. Remember to make the eye on the right a bit bigger and longer than the one on the left.
The top part of the eyes should be curved, while the bottom part should be flatter. Make the the top part of the eyes thicker for the eyelashes. Use a series of quick, short, vertical strokes that are bunched together to form the eyelashes. Moana's eyelashes for the eye on the left shouldn't be as thick because of perspective.