Step 25: Use the big triangle as a guide to draw the top part of Tinker Bell's dress. Follow the outer edges of the guides as you draw the shape of the torso. Make the lines curvier as you darken them to further shape the torso. Draw a small V-shaped line on the top, left side of the torso for the opening of the dress. Now extend the line diagonally so that it ends on the lower, right side of the torso.
Step 26: Use the bottom part of the initial shapes as a guide to draw the lower half of Tinker Bell's dress. Follow the side of the guide but make the lines curvier as you darken them. Draw a series of V-shaped lines across the bottom edge of the initial guides for the bottom part of the dress. Don't draw too many of the V- shaped lines. About four lines should do it.
Step 27: Use the V-shaped line on the left as a guide to draw Tinker Bell's other arm. Follow the path of the guide as you draw the shape of the arm around it. Make the shape bulge out a bit to create the forearm. The wrist should be thin.
Step 28: Draw the hand on the left the same way as the hand on the right. Use the circle as a guide. Draw Tinker Bell's thumb as a short arc on the right side of the circle. Then draw a longer arc above it for the first finger. Draw two more long, thin arcs that bend slightly in the middle for the middle and ring fingers. Farther to the left, draw a shorter thin arc for the pinky finger and then close the shape of the hand.
Step 29: Use the curved lines under Tinker Bell's body on the right side as guides to draw the first leg. Simply darken the outer edges of the initial guide line to create the shape of the leg. Draw the sides of the leg as a single continuous line. The leg should be thick at the top and then gradually get thinner toward the bottom.