Step 15: Draw the other part of Minnie 's bow by first drawing a C-shaped line on the left. Then add a line similar to an upside-down letter V at the top, and then a curved line at the bottom. Add a curved line inside the shape for a crease. Don't overlap the lines for the head.
Step 16: Use the remaining lines as guides to draw the rest of Minnie Mouse's head. Simply darken the outer edges of the guides at the top to create the shape of the head. If you think the ears you drew are too big or too small in relation to the head, fix them now.
Step 17: Using the vertical construction line as a guide, draw a V-shaped line at the top for Minnie Mouse's widow's peak. To the right of the eye, draw a curved line down to the horizontal construction line. Add another curved line at the bottom that goes around the smile to finish the face's mask.
Step 18: Use the short angled line on the right as a guide to draw the arm. First draw the puffy sleeve at the top as a shape similar to a small bell. Then follow the basic path of the guide as you draw the shape of the arm around it. The arm should curve at the joint. Avoid making Minnie 's elbow pointy. The bottom of the arm, the wrist, should end slightly inside the circle guide for the hand.
Step 19: Draw a curved, donut- shaped line around the wrist for the glove's opening. Use the initial circle as a guide to draw Minnie 's hand. First darken the circle's edge. When you get to the bottom, extend the line farther out and curve it to create a finger. Sketch lightly at first to get the shape of the curved finger right, and then darken the line. Add two more curved lines above the bottom finger or two more fingers.