Hey there, witches and wizards! Are you ready to draw one of the meanest witches in the Boiling Isles? Look no further than Boscha, the triclops from The Owl House. Boscha may be rude and impudent, but there’s no denying that her design is striking and unique. In this tutorial, we’ll be breaking down her physical attributes and personality to help you draw her like a pro. So grab your art supplies and let’s get started!
Boscha’s Physical Attributes:
Boscha has a slender figure with light pink skin, grayish-blue eyes, and mid-back length violet hair tied back in a bun. Her most distinguishing feature is her third eye on her forehead, making her a triclops. When attending school, she wears a dark gray tunic with a dark gray cowl, paired with heeled boots and yellow sleeves and leggings as part of the potions track.
To start, sketch out Boscha’s head and body shape using basic shapes and a stick figure. Add in her pointy ears and triclops eye. Then, add in her hair tied back in a bun. Don’t forget to add in her tunic, cowl, sleeves, leggings, and heeled boots.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind while drawing Boscha:
- Pay close attention to her posture and facial expression to convey her personality.
- Experiment with shading to give depth and dimension to her clothing and hair.
- Be sure to include all the details, such as her third eye, to make your drawing truly resemble Boscha.
Expand Your Owl House Art Collection
Looking to expand your art collection beyond Boscha? Look no further than The Owl House’s eclectic cast of characters. Try your hand at drawing the show’s protagonist, Luz, or the lovable demon, King. Or, if you’re feeling daring, take on the powerful witch, Eda. The possibilities are endless!
And there you have it, aspiring artists! A complete guide to drawing the one and only Boscha from The Owl House. With these tips and tricks, you’ll be able to capture her rude and impudent personality in your artwork. Don’t forget to share your creations with us and support us on Buy Me a Coffee to keep the art tutorials coming. Happy drawing!