Step 25: Draw two shorter lines on the left side for the dress' slit. The slit of the dress should go up to about the middle of the initial guide for the left leg. The top of this slit should come to a point and the bottom part should be wider. Now draw the rest of the bottom of Elsa's dress using couple of curved lines.
Step 26: Use the initial line on the left side as a guide to draw the bottom part of the leg. Use a wavy line to indicate the knee at the top, the wider calf muscle, the skinnier ankle and the pointy foot. Sketch the shape of Elsa's leg lightly as you follow the guide and only darken the lines when you get the structure right.
Use the image above as reference as you draw Elsa's leg. The tips of the shoes should have a snowflake- like design that consists of three small spikes. Draw the visible portion of the foot on the right using the line as a guide. This foot is facing out, so the tip of Elsa's shoe should point to the right. Add the heel using a spike-like shape on the left and add the shoe's snowflake-like design at the front.
Step 27: Now draw the rest of Elsa's dress. First draw the top part using a curved line. Make sure the line doesn't overlap the braid. Draw two long lines on the left side of the body for the cape. The two long lines should start on the left side of the torso and come together at the bottom to form the folded cape. You can make these lines longer and draw it facing out to the sides more to create a bigger cape. Draw a single line on the right side and a couple of shorter lines at the bottom for the bottom of the dress and cape.
Step 28: For a more finished look, carefully go over the final sketch lines with a pen or marker.
Step 29: After inking, get rid of every pencil mark with an eraser for a cleaner drawing.
Final Step: Color your Elsa drawing using color pencils, markers or even crayons! First use a bit of light brown on the hair. Then lightly add some yellow on top of that. The eyebrows are brown, and the eyelids and lips are dark red. Use a bit of light brown on the skin to create some shadows. Use peach on top of the light brown and all over the exposed skin. Use peach on top of the light brown and all over the exposed skin.
Lightly add some blue-green as the base color of the dress and light blue to create some shadows. Use dark blue and purple to create deeper shadows. Add more blue-green and press down harder to blend in the other colors. Use light blue for the rest of the dress, cape and shoes. Add some pink to Elsa's cheek and light blue to her eyes and around the snowflake.