That right there is the finished product! Today I will take you step by step (in my shoes, haha, get it? Step? Other Shoes? Name of this blog? Okay, that was a bad joke) through the process of one of my illustrations.First of all, I draw an outline starting from the head, neck, spine, and arms. Then I draw a triangle representing the hip. The thigh, knee cap, legs and feet are then outlined. More detail about posturing in upcoming posts.Then draw in the face. Again, more detail in future posts.This is a good time to draw in the clothes before any more details (eg. hands, legs, feet) are drawn.Now draw a more detailed outline of the legs. I’ve drawn in pants because they help to outline the shape of the legs for the purpose of this tutorial. I use a bone as a guide for the feet. It’s called the calcaneus, or perhaps more easily identified as the heel. Then I draw the shoes. The reason the feet are usually drawn later is because a skirt or dress might cover the feet, so there may be no need to draw them at all.Time for outlining using fineliner!Shirt detail is incomplete. This is totally fine. Sometimes I need to first see a clean picture before deciding what kind of missing element properties would best match the rest of the outfit.The outline is done!Now colour it in! I usually do the background last because I need to see what colours would match.Tadaa!