Draw a circle for Kisame's head and an outline of his body. The body should be 1,5 times higher than the head. Then sketch facial guidelines for the eyes. One line in the middle of the circle should be enough for this chibi style.
Now it's time to draw Kisame's coat. But without any details. Collar covers more or less one-third of his face.
Let's make the headband. The lower edge should be located slightly over the middle of the head. Draw two ovals for the eyes and crescent shaped glares. Now, you should draw Kisame's gills. To do that draw three crescents below each eye.
In this step try to finish the headband (i mean draw rivets, scratch, and a symbol of the village). Then draw his legs, but try to make them not too thin. Kisame will looks better with too thick than to thin legs. Finish his left hand by drawing letter B inverted 90 degrees. When you're done, draw his hair. They are spiky and looks like fire from a rocket engine or somethin' ;)
Now, it's time to finish his clothes. Draw a thick stripe in the along the whole length of the coat. Then draw some Akatsuki's symbols (clouds) on the coat. One of them should be separated by the stripe. It's finally looks like Kisame, but it's one more thing missing. The sword.
Draw an outline of the sword. The outline of blade looks like an Ironing Board ;D Sword hilt will be a rectangle finished by a small circle. You can draw second hand now. This hand holds a sword, so we can only see his thumb (lower edge of the hilt) and fingertips (on the upper edge).
Finish the sword by adding some lines for the swordhilt wrapper and for bandages on the blade. Remember to left the tip of the sword without bandages. Add smaller circle to the sword hilt.
Kisame's sword (Samehada) is covered by spiky fish scales. So you must draw them. If you like, you can draw a bandage hanging from the end of bandage covering the sword.
Erase all guidelines and it's finished! Of course you can add some colours and shadings, but even without them it looks cool.
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