|Uploaded:||January 3, 2010|
|Updated:||January 6, 2010|
I will now fill another request and submit a tutorial on “how to draw Hinata, step by step". She is from the anime/manga series, and is considered to be one of the main supporting characters of the show. Her full name is Hinata Hyuga, and she comes from a village called “Konohagakure”, which is also one of the five great ninja villages in the Naruto series. Hinata is a current member of Hyuga clan, and of Team Kurenai. She is one of the few characters that has a very sweet, and timid personality despite her hardships that she has faced with her father “Hiashi Hyuga”, and her cousin Neji Hyuga. The two of them see her as weak, and incapable of being a great ninja. Now because Hinata is to become the next heir to the Hyuga clan, her father subjected her to extensive training to try and ensure that she would be a good clan member. When she was still very young, Hinata was kidnapped by a ninja. To get her back her father and uncle went after the head ninja, killing him and her uncle in the process. As for Neji, he thinks that his cousin's kind heart is a flaw and weakness. Because both her father and Neji think or feel this way about her, she lacks self confidence which leads her to be shy and timid. Drawing Naruto characters is fun especially when you draw someone that is popular and cool looking. Like Neji, Hinata has the same colored void eyes because she possess Byakugan eyes. She also has dark colored blue hair that is almost like a midnight blue, and she wears it in a hime cut style which totally fits her character. Hinata made her first debut in chapter 34, and only reached the lowest rank which is Genin. In part two she moved to Chunin rank which basically means she is a qualified ninja to watch over or guide other ninja. I think you will all like this tutorial that teaches you “how to draw Hinata, step by step”, and I also think that Hinata came out looking exactly like her personality, sweet, and innocent. I will be back with more drawing fun, so try and stay tuned in to see what pops up next. Peace out people, and happy drawing!