Well as for the second chibi character, I thought I would draw somebody that everyone loved. I don’t already have a real tutorial on the regular version of this Naruto character that I am about to submit. It was requested that I do a lesson on “how to draw Chibi Sasori" from Naruto step by step. Sasori is a character that is very puzzling because he shows little to no emotion whatsoever. I do understand that there is a lot of pain and suffering that he is going through even though he tries not to show it. You see, when he was very young his parents were killed by Sakumo Hatake. When they died, two chunks of his being died with them. He was left alone to be raised by his grandmother Chiyo. It was Chiyo that sparked a little light in his eyes for a while when she taught him the art of puppet making. Once he learned this skill he made himself two puppet dolls that looked like his mother and father. For a while he was a bit happier than he had been when he had nothing to remind him of his family. Unfortunately though, Sasori was also looking for love and affection that all children get from their parents but for Sasori all he had was wooden dolls that said nothing, felt nothing, and eventually meant nothing. Now once he realized that his parents were gone and they were never coming back, he became a person that no one would ever wants to be, a walking passive person with no respect for life or himself. He was indeed a very cold individual and it really showed. He was later known as “Sasori of the Red Sand”. The cool thing about Sasori is that he used his puppet making skills to turn himself into a human puppet so that he can keep his young looks and increase his abilities. All in all I think that he is a cool character and I especially like how he kept his human heart in a cylinder like container and attached it to the left side of his chest. Well I think I have written enough about this chibi character it is now your turn to learn “how to draw chibi Sasori from Naruto step by step”. Have fun ya’ll and I will be back soon. Peace out and happy drawing!