Step 16: Use the line on the left side as a guide to draw Lilo's arm. Follow the basic path of the line as you make the arm thicker. Draw a couple of curved lines at the top to create the sleeve. Use the circle at the end as a guide to draw Lilo's folded hand.
Step 17: Draw Lilo's dress by using the initial rectangle as a guide. Draw a small curved line at the top for the collar. Follow the basic path of the rectangle as you darken the lines but make them curve more, especially the bottom.
Step 18: Use the line on the right side as a guide to draw Lilo's other arm. Thicken up the arm as you follow the path of the guide and use a couple of curved lines at the base for the sleeve. Draw the hand at the end by using the circle as a guide. Draw a series of short arcs on the initial circle for the fingers. Lilo is one of the few cartoons that has four finger and a thumb. Cartoon characters usually have only three fingers and a thumb.
Step 19: Draw the leaf pattern on Lilo's dress inside the rectangular shape. Draw the leaves by using oval-like shapes with jagged sides and a line through the middle. Most of the shapes won't be completely visible, so just draw portions of the leaves.
Step 20: Draw the second part of Lilo's hair as a curved line that starts on the right side of the head, then moves over the top and curves back down to end on top of the left shoulder. Draw another couple of lines on the right side of the head for the rest of Lilo's hair.