How about another tutorial on a Naruto character that is not commonly seen as a drawing tutorial. I am going to show you "how to draw Zabuza, step by step". His full name is Momochi Zabuza and unlike other Naruto characters, he is no young boy or older teen, he is a man. Around twenty six years old to be exact. I am still not sure why nobody has an awesome drawing tutorial yet in this character. Now, Zabuza is a very dangerous, and lethal man that kills anyone and anything in his way. For instance, there was an episode where he fought Kakashi, and nearly killed him, as well as almost killing himself in the process. This incredibly insane monster is from a place called "Kirigakure village" also known as Land of the Hidden Mist. Zabuza is known by all as being an evil wondering demon and he has the skills that keeps his nickname strong. Like all ninja, he is trained in silent death, using his stealth way of travel and battle. His main goal is to eventually take out Gato, Tazuna, and Kakashi. A wicked cool thing about Zabuza's name, is the Japanese meaning associated with it. If you were to translate "Momochi Zabuza" in Japanese, you will end up with "he who never strikes twice", now that is freaky and impressive. Even though I haven't read too much about this character in manga, what I do know of him makes him incredibly interesting. Too bad he is no longer a character of Naruto. But still, having such a short role in the Naruto series made him very popular as well as important. He was truly one of the best characters that belonged to the team of ´╗┐Seven Ninja Swordsmen of the Mist. I love the way that this drawing came out, and if I know my Dragoart buddies, you will love learning "how to draw Zabuza" too. Well that is all I have to say about Zabuza, I still have four more lessons that need to be uploaded but I think I will wait until tomorrow to do that just so you guys have something new to look forward to. Join me again tomorrow with more drawing fun, as well as an awesome time while I draw live. Peace out and happy drawing day!