Step 10: Use the initial lines and shapes as guides to draw the lower part of this Nintendo character's head. Darken the outer edges of the initial circle and arc to create the side of the face, the jaw and chin. Make the top part of the line flatter and curve the lower side for the cheek. Above Princess Peach's eyes, draw a curved line that's similar to the letter V for the front part of the hair. This shape should extend outside of the initial circle. Draw a curved line on the side. On the right side of the face, draw a thin, long shape for the clump of hair that's in front of the ear. On the left side, draw another line for the other clump of hair peeking from behind the head.
Step 11: Above the head, draw a line that slopes to the right for the top of Princess Peach's hair. Don't draw the line too far away from the initial circle. Sketch lightly at first to get the shape right. On the right end of the line, draw a thick, pointy spike for the tip of the hair clump. Below that, draw another thick, pointy shape for another clump of hair. Draw similar shapes on the left side to complete the top part of the hair. This side should be smaller. The top line on the left side should slope more, and the spiky clumps of hair should be smaller.
Step 12: On the right side, draw a small, curved line with a small circle under it for the ear and earring. Don't make these shapes too big. On the left side, draw a bit of the other earring peeking from behind Princess Peach's head.
Step 13: On top of the head, lightly sketch Princess Peach's small crown. The crown is shaped like the letter W. Darken the lines when you get the shape right. Add an extra spike on the right side of the crown. Draw a few ovals inside the shape for the jewels.
Step 14: Draw a curved, horizontal line under the neck for the bottom of the dress' collar. Draw a series of short, curved lines for the top part of the frilly collar. Sketch lightly at first to get the shape right. Darken the lines for the neck but don't overlap the collar. On the right side, draw the big, poofy sleeve using a series of curved lines. The top of this shape should be big and curved. The bottom is made up of smaller curved lines. The sleeve should be almost as big as the initial circle for the torso. Leave a space at the bottom for Princess Peach's arm.