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Uploaded: May 24, 2012
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 5
Updated: May 24, 2012
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Artist comments

There is an anime/manga floating around that I never heard of called 'Cardcaptor Sakura'. I really am not familiar with this character either so bear with me as I try to figure out what or who this figure is. Up next is another tutorial request that will show you "how to draw Kero-Chan", step by step. From what I understand Kero-Chan is also known as Kereberus which is the guardian of the Clow Cards. This being was created by Clow Reed in an attempt to make sure that the seal on the cards never get tampered with and or broken. The small child Sakura is responsible for breaking the seal as she called out the 'windy' card. To me the whole story is confusing because this is the first time that I have heard of the anime plot. The only thing I'm familiar with is putting you guys in the right direction to drawing Ker-Chan or Kereberus. Have fun with this figure which I'm sure you all will because it does look like a stuffed animal. I shall make my presence known once again when I return with more drawing fun. Adios mi amigos!

how to draw kero-chan, cardcaptor sakura

How to Draw Kero-Chan, Cardcaptor Sakura

how to draw kero-chan, cardcaptor sakura step 1


Draw a circle for the whole being of Kero-Chan. Add a facial guide and move to step two.
how to draw kero-chan, cardcaptor sakura step 2


Thicken the lining that you made in step one, then draw the large ears.
how to draw kero-chan, cardcaptor sakura step 3


Add the eyes, cheeks marks, color in the nose and draw in the mouth that is made in an excited expression. Detail the ears as well before proceeding to step four.
how to draw kero-chan, cardcaptor sakura step 4


Lastly, draw the wings that are placed under the head. Be sure to add detailing to these wings as well.
how to draw kero-chan, cardcaptor sakura step 5


When you clean up the drawing you should end up with what you see here. Color it in and you're done.