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The Tooth Faerie
Keeping teeth clean and healthy is her passion, and she's quite the expert. While most faeries would prefer to use a wand, she uses a toothbrush! If you lose a tooth, she'll be right there with a bag of shiny Neopoints. Learn how to draw this amazing faerie.

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Add in some jagged lines to give the fringe above her forehead some texture. After adding some ruffles to her sleeves, draw in a few slanted lines on her right hand (which is closed in a loose fist) to give its fingers some definition. Draw a reverse L-shape on her left hand (your right), which will serve as her pinky finger, as well as a boomerang-shaped line to suggest her ring finger. Lastly, draw in a quartet of long, surfboard-shaped ovals for her wings.

Erase any excess lines, especially around the Tooth Faerie's hair. Then, carefully draw in two slightly pointed oval shapes for her eyes, along with a pair of curved lines above them for her eyebrows and a smaller triangle within her ear. Remember, her right eye (your left) will be smaller, because of the angle at which she's turned. Add a bridge for the Tooth Faerie's nose and a smiling mouth, then give her wings some additional texture with a few marks. Lastly, add the base of what will be a tooth to her hand, by drawing in a rock-like oval.

Add more details to her eyes by sketching in eyelids and pupils. Next, draw in a few more lines to finish her wings. Finally, give the tooth some shape and add four curved roots to the top of it.

Examine your drawing and remove any excess lines. Now would also be a good time to use a pen and go over your Tooth Faerie's permanent lines.

It's now time to colour! Use whatever method you prefer, whether it's coloured pencils or a computer program, to really bring your Tooth Faerie to life. Be sure to include shadows and highlights to really make her look nice!