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Uploaded: September 25, 2013
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: September 26, 2013
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When I say I have two Naruto characters, that usually means out of the, one of them will be Naruto. Here is "how to draw Naruto for kids", step by step. I know there is a lot of kids out there that love the anime and manga series. My little sister is ten years old and she is already an anime fanatic. She will literally look for new shows that she has missed from various anime series on Netflix. She has watched more anime than I ever did at that age. When I was twelve I loved Naruto and Dragonball Z. There was no two better shows in the world back then. I used to like watching Dragonball, but love reading the Naruto manga. Drawing Naruto in a for kids style will be great for for those of you that are still fans. Peace out and enjoy.

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How to Draw Naruto For Kids

how to draw naruto for kids step 1

STEP 1.

Make the two horizontal lines for the shape of Naruto's bandanna.
 
how to draw naruto for kids step 2

STEP 2.

Next, draw in the wide plate for which the village symbol will be etched on.
 
how to draw naruto for kids step 3

STEP 3.

You will now draw the rivet holes on each side of the plate. There should be a total of six, with three on each side. Draw in the symbol, then proceed to step four.
 
how to draw naruto for kids step 4

STEP 4.

And now you can draw the eyebrows first, then draw in the small shapes of Naruto's eyes top lids first.
 
how to draw naruto for kids step 5

STEP 5.

Next, draw the iris' and color in the pupils. You will then finish this step by draw the bottom lid lines.
 
how to draw naruto for kids step 6

STEP 6.

Finally draw the mouth line and nose holes. Lastly, draw in the whiskers and erase the mistakes.
 
how to draw naruto for kids step 7

STEP 7.

The lining for Naruto should look like this. If you want to draw in a face shape go ahead, otherwise get busy coloring in the drawing that you did.