Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (2022)

If you want to draw a girl or a woman in a cartoon way, it may be hard to find a tutorial that shows how to draw a female body without sexualizing it. It's true that the cartoon style uses simplification and exaggeration to be more effective, but it doesn't mean that you can draw the female form in only one way—even if it's a pin-up drawing.

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to draw a cartoon woman without same-face or same-body syndrome. You'll learn everything about female form drawing—the proportions of a female body, various shapes of the body, and how to draw a cartoon female face step by step.

To get some inspiration, have a look at the hundreds of character designs on Envato Elements. Or for a shortcut, try a character creation kit!

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (1)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (2)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (3)

1. Female Body Proportions

The main difference between a female and male body lies in the waist area. Females tend to have wider hips, for two reasons: they're anatomically wider to make giving birth possible, and estrogen makes fat accumulate in this area. This makes the waist look thinner. Males have smaller hips and wider chest/shoulders, so the waist isn't as noticeable.

So, to create a difference between a female and male body in cartoon style, put the focus on the waist in females and on the shoulders in males.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (4)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (5)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (6)

Body Shape Types

But it isn't the end of it. The ratio between the shoulders, waist, and hips differs among females, creating four basic body types:

  1. Hourglass: the shoulders are as wide as the hips, and the waist is much smaller than this. Although this type is often considered the most feminine, research shows that only 8% of women have this type of silhouette.
  2. Rectangular: the shoulders and hips are equal, and the waist is only slightly smaller than them. This is the most popular type of silhouette for women.
  3. Inverted triangle: the shoulders are wider than hips. Although this is considered a masculine body shape, in reality it's more common in women than hourglass!
  4. Triangle: the hips are wider than shoulders.
Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (7)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (8)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (9)

But this was just about the skeletal ratio. The fat accumulation affects the silhouette as well, and females tend to accumulate it more easilythan males. In women, fat usually accumulates in the hips, buttocks, and thighs, but the skeletal proportions affect the final outcome:

  1. Low fat: when there's little fat in the body, the skeletal proportions are more visible. The hips are angular, because it's fat that makes them round. Although the waist is thin, it may not look small, because the hips without fat may look smaller as well, reducing the contrast.
  2. Medium fat: here, the skeletal proportions dominate the silhouette. The hips are rounded. It is possible to be fit with a medium level of fat, because women burn fat more slowly—especially in the hips area!
  3. High fat, diamond shape: when fat is accumulated in the stomach area, the waist can be lost. However, if the hips stay wider than that, it may appear as if the waist moved higher.
  4. High fat, apple shape: here, fat has been accumulated in the waist area, making it wider than the hips and shoulders. This is a popular type of silhouette for post-menopausal women because estrogen stops directing fat to the hips. It can occur in younger women as well, if they didn't have wide hips or a narrow waist before gaining weight.
  5. High fat, pear shape: when the hip bones are wide, gaining weight around the waist may not affect the contrast that much. The triangle shape is kept—it just gets rounder.
Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (10)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (11)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (12)

Besides this, there can be other factors affecting the proportions:

  1. Some women are naturally built smaller: shorter, with lower measurements in shoulders, waist, and hips. They may have a normal level of fat and appear skinny regardless.
  2. It's possible for the torso to be longer. This may make the waistline look shallower and the legs shorter.
  3. The legs are typically as long as the body over the hip line. But they can be longer!
  4. People with dwarfism will usually have a normally shaped upper body, with only the legs and/or arms being shorter.
Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (13)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (14)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (15)

Disclaimer: body types are often described in different ways in different sources. I chose to describe them in a way that is the most useful for drawing. It may not be consistent with every list of body shapes you can find on the Internet.

(Video) how to draw female torsos

If you want to learn more about the human body, check out these tutorials:

  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Basic Body ProportionsJoumana Medlej19 Jun 2021
  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Advanced Body ProportionsJoumana Medlej10 Dec 2013
  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Muscles and Other Body MassJoumana Medlej06 Feb 2014
  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Flexibility and Joint LimitationsJoumana Medlej06 Mar 2014

2. How to Draw Breasts

Breasts are often drawn as simple spheres stuck to the chest, but it's not a requirement of a cartoon exaggeration. You can draw realistic breasts in a cartoon way! You just have to understand how they work.

Imagine breasts as water balloons attached to the chest with skin. They change shape because of gravity, and they may hang lower when the skin gets weaker (3).

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (40)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (41)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (42)

When drawing the breasts in any view, it's good to draw them as ovals, slightly heavier at the bottom. Keep in mind that they're not separate from the rest of the body—they're attached to the breast muscle, which goes under the armpit.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (43)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (44)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (45)

Breasts come in many shapes and sizes, but there's one rule: the bigger the breasts, the lower they hang and the less circular they look. Breasts appear circular and close to each other only in two cases: in some types of implants (3), and in a push-up/sports bra (4).

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (46)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (47)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (48)

3. Cartoon Female Face

Female and Male Facial Differences

Because the cartoon style simplifies facial features, the difference between females and males can get blurry. That's why feminine features get exaggerated:

  • The eyes are big, round, and low in the face.
  • The nose is small and not too visible.
  • The eyebrows are thin and high.
  • The lips are big.
  • The neck is thin.
  • The face is oval.

This is a general recipe for a cartoon female. However, it's not necessary to stick to all these elements. On the contrary, drawing every female this way will inevitably lead to the same-face syndrome—a popular issue where every character looks like the same one, just in different clothes and with different hairstyles.

The easiest way to solve it is to mix the feminine features with masculine ones—after all, that's how it works in the real world. Some facial features are called feminine not because they only appear in females, but because that's what's traditionally associated with females. Different cultures may have different ideas of feminine facial features, so you're not doing anything wrong by adding masculine lips to a female character.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (49)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (50)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (51)

Female Face Shapes

Although oval is considered the most feminine face shape, just like with the body shape, it's not the most popular. There are many shapes that you can use to avoid same-face syndrome:

  1. Long
  2. Round
  3. Oval
  4. Square
  5. Heart
  6. Diamond

You can also play with the distances between the facial features.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (52)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (53)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (54)
  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Basics of the FaceJoumana Medlej09 Apr 2014
  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Advanced Facial FeaturesJoumana Medlej09 May 2014

Ethnic Differences

There's another reason to ignore the official cartoon rules for a female face—females of various ethnicities have different facial features, and they shouldn't be ignored for the sake of achieving a "classically beautiful character". There are many types of beauty—use them in your drawing and say goodbye to the same-face syndrome!

(Video) How to draw yourself as a cartoon

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (67)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (68)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (69)

Cartoon Aging

The femininity of cartoon characters is mostly achieved by using youthful features, especially huge eyes that bring an infant to mind. But it doesn't mean that all your female characters must be the same age! You can create age differences among your characters by adjusting the distance between the chin and the eyes. You can also make the eyes and lips smaller, and add some simple wrinkles.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (70)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (71)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (72)
  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Drawing Different AgesJoumana Medlej02 Sep 2014
  • Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw ChildrenCarlos Gomes Cabral27 Aug 2014

4. How to Draw a Cartoon Female Face Step by Step

Step 1

Let's draw a cartoon female face now in three different styles: semi-realistic, typical, and baby-like. First, draw a circle. Draw a cross inside it.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (85)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (86)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (87)

Step 2

To draw a character consistently, you must be aware of its facial proportions. It can be helpful to use any of the guidelines that are easy to replicate—for example, one-third or one-half of the circle's lower half.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (88)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (89)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (90)

Step 3

Draw the eye shape. For a realistic face, keep the eyes high and relatively narrow. Place them lower and make them rounder for cuter faces. There are no strict rules here, and you can experiment to create your own style.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (91)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (92)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (93)

Step 4

Add the curve of the eyebrows.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (94)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (95)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (96)

Step 5

Add the lower part of the face. The proportions will affect the final look of the face: realistic faces have more space between the eyes and the chin than "babified" ones. As always, make sure you know which guidelines you are using to keep your character consistent.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (97)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (98)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (99)

Step 6

Add the nose as a simple circle.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (100)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (101)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (102)

Step 7

Add the lips in the form of a simple line. Regardless of the style, keep the lips one-third of the way from the nose to the bottom of the chin.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (103)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (104)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (105)

Step 8

Add the ears.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (106)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (107)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (108)
  • How to Draw EarsMonika Zagrobelna22 May 2018

Step 9

Add the neck.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (115)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (116)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (117)

Step 10

Draw the iris inside the eye. The cuter the character, the bigger the iris should be.

(Video) How to draw ANY POSE in 10 minutes | DrawlikeaSir

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (118)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (119)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (120)

Step 11

Draw the pupil. The same rule applies here.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (121)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (122)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (123)

You can learn more about drawing cartoon eyes (and other facial features) in this tutorial:

  • How to Draw Disney CharactersMonika Zagrobelna10 Sep 2018

Step 12

Add the shape of the upper eyelid.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (130)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (131)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (132)

Step 13

Add the shine in the eye. It should be asymmetrical.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (133)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (134)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (135)

Step 14

Draw the nose.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (136)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (137)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (138)
  • How to Draw a NoseMonika Zagrobelna17 Apr 2018
  • How to Draw a Cartoon NoseDaisy Ein13 Dec 2018

Step 15

Draw the lips. First the line between them...

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (151)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (152)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (153)

... then the upper one as a simple shadow, and the lower one as a curve.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (154)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (155)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (156)
  • How to Draw Lips and a MouthMonika Zagrobelna23 Apr 2018
  • How to Draw Cartoon MouthsDaisy Ein06 Dec 2018

Step 16

Add the eyebrows.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (169)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (170)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (171)

Step 17

Draw the hair. Keep the lines simple and flowing.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (172)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (173)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (174)
  • How to Draw Natural, Textured, Afro Hairstyles (Afros, Locs, Braids, Twists)Daisy Ein30 Sep 2018
  • How to Draw Anime HairMonika Zagrobelna21 Nov 2018
  • How to Draw Hair StepbyStepMonika Zagrobelna11 Jul 2017
  • How to Draw Natural, Textured, Afro Hair (How to Draw Curly Hair)Daisy Ein08 Sep 2018

Step 18

Finish the drawing by erasing the guidelines and drawing the final lines over them.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (199)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (200)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (201)

5. How to Draw a Female Body in Cartoon Style Step by Step

Step 1

Let's draw the whole female body now. Think of a pose or find a reference that you like. Using references is not cheating, as long as you only look at them and don't trace them. I used these:

(Video) 9 Head Fashion Figure Drawing Tutorial💞

You can find more references onDeviantArt.

Sketch your pose in a simple way. Try to capture the main curve of the body and legs.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (202)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (203)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (204)
  • Quick Tip: Create Dynamic Poses Using Gesture DrawingRowena Aitken18 Oct 2018

Step 2

Add the chest and hips. Keep in mind that these don't have to be the anatomical, skeletal chest and hips, but rather the whole area of the body simplified to an oval. For example, you don't have to draw an hourglass silhouette to change it to an apple later—draw it as an apple already!

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (211)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (212)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (213)

Step 3

Add the arms. Keep them simple, as if you were shaping pieces of wire.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (214)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (215)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (216)

Step 4

Add a simple head.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (217)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (218)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (219)

Step 5

Add the joints. Refer to the diagram at the beginning of this tutorial. If you discover that something is wrong with the proportions, it's a good time to fix them.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (220)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (221)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (222)

Step 6

Define the position of the face. Draw the center lines.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (223)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (224)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (225)

Step 7

Add basic features to the face.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (226)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (227)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (228)

Step 8

Add the muscle masses and the breasts.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (229)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (230)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (231)

Step 9

Add the fingers.

  • How to Draw Anime Hands and FeetMonika Zagrobelna14 Nov 2018
  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: How to Draw FeetJoumana Medlej08 Aug 2014
  • Human Anatomy Fundamentals: How to Draw HandsJoumana Medlej15 Jul 2014
Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (250)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (251)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (252)

Step 10

Outline the whole body, as if the character were naked.

(Video) The Basics of Caricature Pt 1

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (253)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (254)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (255)

Step 11

Draw the final lines. Don't forget to use a reference for the clothes! If necessary, draw the guidelines for the clothes first—it's better to spend some extra time planning these than to ruin a nice drawing with a rash decision.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (256)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (257)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (258)

Step 12

Finally, clean the guidelines. You can also add shadows with a grey marker.

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (259)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (260)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (261)

Good Job!

Now you know how to draw a woman using the cartoon style. If you want to learn more about drawing cartoons, check out our other tutorials:

  • How to Draw Disney AnimalsMonika Zagrobelna17 Sep 2018
  • How to Draw Anime CharactersMonika Zagrobelna16 Oct 2018
  • How to Draw Disney VillainsMonika Zagrobelna02 Oct 2018
Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (280)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (281)Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw the Female Form (282)

FAQs

How do you draw a female form? ›

Example you can see the blue lines of my construction lines and then there's some gray little pencil

How do you draw a female cartoon face? ›

Starts at the top of your eye. Line. And ends right about at your nose. Line. So i'm just going to

How do you draw a female cartoon for beginners? ›

Hi my name is Krista Artem a cartoonist and the author of many books and drawing cartoons and today

How do you draw a cartoon body step by step? ›

Go for a head kind of a top of that top of that sort of long neck. Hatch around some little legs.

How do you draw a girl's full body? ›

HOW TO DRAW BODIES | Drawing Tutorial - YouTube

How do you draw a female cartoon character? ›

How to Draw A Cartoon Girl - FOR BEGINNERS! - YouTube

How do you draw a cute girl easy? ›

How to Draw a BlackPink Fan Cute Girl - YouTube

How do you draw a girl cartoon eye? ›

How to draw 3 cartoon female eyes - YouTube

How do you draw a female cartoon leg? ›

How to Draw Female Legs (Step By Step) - YouTube

How do you draw a body character? ›

How To Draw Better Bodies: Part One - YouTube

How do you draw a simple body? ›

How i Draw [female] Bodies // anatomy tips - YouTube

How do you draw a anime eye? ›

How to Draw ANIME EYES: Female and Male in Pencil - YouTube

How do you draw a cute cartoon body? ›

How To Draw Cartoon Bodies - YouTube

How do you draw a cartoon full body? ›

How to Draw Active Cartoon Figures - YouTube

How do you draw a woman's body step by step? ›

How to Draw FEMALE BODIES Step by Step | Natalia Madej - YouTube

How do you draw a teenage girl easy? ›

How to Draw Cute School Girl Easy - YouTube

How do you draw a body pose? ›

HOW TO DRAW POSES- Half Body & Sitting Poses | Drawing Tutorial

How do you draw a easy 7 year old girl? ›

How to draw a Girl Easy and Cute #1 - YouTube

How do you draw Elsa from frozen? ›

How to Draw Elsa | Disney Frozen 2 - YouTube

How do you draw lips? ›

Don'ts & Do's: How to Draw Realistic Lips (Mouth) - YouTube

How do you draw a cute face? ›

HOW TO DRAW A CUTE FACE | Step by Step with Christina Lorre

How do you draw a fan girl? ›

How to Draw a Cute BTS Fan Girl - YouTube

How do I make a BTS v sketch? ›

How to draw BTS V Kim Taehyung drawing Step by Step ... - YouTube

How do you draw a cute princess? ›

How to Draw Little Mermaid Ariel in Pink Human Princess Dress

How do I draw cute eyes? ›

How to DRAW SUPER EASY AND CUTE EYES 6 DIFFERENT WAYS!

How do you draw a realistic eye? ›

How to Draw a Realistic Eye - Step by Step Eye Tutorial - You can draw this!

How do you draw a woman's knees? ›

How to draw girl on her knees - YouTube

How do u draw anime legs? ›

HOW TO DRAW LEGS - YouTube

How do you draw a perfect leg? ›

How to draw legs for beginners - YouTube

How do I draw hair? ›

How To Draw Hair | Tutorial - YouTube

How do you draw good cartoon poses? ›

How To Draw BETTER Cartoon Poses! (SO EASY!) - YouTube

How do you draw cartoon body parts? ›

How To DRAW CARTOON BODY PROPORTIONS For Beginners ...

How do you draw a butterfly? ›

Teaching Kids to Draw: How to Draw a Butterfly - YouTube

How do you draw clothes? ›

HOW TO DRAW CLOTHES | Sketching & Coloring Tutorial

How do you draw a realistic body? ›

HOW TO DRAW BODIES- Different Body Types Drawing Tutorial

How do you draw a cartoon character of yourself? ›

How to draw yourself as a cartoon - YouTube

How do you draw a girl cartoon eye? ›

How to draw 3 cartoon female eyes - YouTube

How do you draw a good cartoon eye? ›

How To Draw Cartoon Eyes (EASY!) - YouTube

How do you draw cartoon characters? ›

How to Draw a Cartoon - for Beginners - YouTube

How do you draw lips? ›

Don'ts & Do's: How to Draw Realistic Lips (Mouth) - YouTube

How do I draw hair? ›

How To Draw Hair | Tutorial - YouTube

How do you draw a simple body? ›

How i Draw [female] Bodies // anatomy tips - YouTube

How do you draw a cartoon face easy? ›

Drawing: How To Draw Easy Cartoon Faces Step by Step - YouTube

How do you draw a cartoon eye pencil? ›

How to Draw Eyes | by Christina Lorre' - YouTube

Videos

1. 5 Drawing Fundamentals for Comic Artist
(Teresa del Pilar)
2. The EASIEST way to start Learning to Draw Anatomy!
(e r g o j o s h)
3. Cartoon Character Design for Beginners
(Christopher Hart)
4. 3 PRACTICAL Tips for Character Designing
(Kesh)
5. Learn How to Draw for Beginners - Episode 1
(Brad's Art School)
6. How to draw different cartoon body types
(Calvin Innes)

You might also like

Latest Posts

Article information

Author: Carlyn Walter

Last Updated: 09/08/2022

Views: 5885

Rating: 5 / 5 (50 voted)

Reviews: 89% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Carlyn Walter

Birthday: 1996-01-03

Address: Suite 452 40815 Denyse Extensions, Sengermouth, OR 42374

Phone: +8501809515404

Job: Manufacturing Technician

Hobby: Table tennis, Archery, Vacation, Metal detecting, Yo-yoing, Crocheting, Creative writing

Introduction: My name is Carlyn Walter, I am a lively, glamorous, healthy, clean, powerful, calm, combative person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.