how to draw kyuubi easy

How to Draw Kyuubi Easy

Step 1.

Make a circle for the head, then sketch in the facial guide. You will begin drawing the snout as well as the lining for the bottom mandible. Add the crinkle on the bridge of the nose, then draw the sharp pointed teeth. You will then draw the long brow hair that surrounds the eye and wisps out. This will later become part of the ear. Add detailing to the nose bridge, then color in the nose. Finish the shape of the face, then draw the long hairy ears. Make sure that the edges of the cheek, and ears are sharp or brittle looking. Color in that wisp which you made surrounding the eye. Erase the mistakes, then you're done.

Step 2.

Now lets get started with the front view of Kyuubi. Make an almond shape, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 3.

Define the shape of the face like so, then proceed to step four.

Step 4.

Finish the head shape, then draw the long rabbit like ears. The ears are drawn on a flat like style with pointed tips.

Step 5.

For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw in the eyes, then draw the screaming mouth. The inside lining should be sharp and pointed. Erase the mistakes through out the tutorial.

Step 6.

This is how Kyuubi looks when all is said and done. You will now color him in to really finish things off.

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Uploaded: December 7, 2012
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: December 7, 2012
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Artist comments

I have a couple lessons to upload that will be in easy form. To start things off, we will learn "how to draw Kyuubi", step by step. I'm sure all you Naruto fans are familiar with this character which means you will have a blast recreating him. For those of you that don't know, Kyuubi is a nine tailed demon fox that inhibits Naruto's body. He is mean, lean and full of attitude. I included a profile style lesson so you guys can draw Kyuubi from the side just in case you want to use this character for a side view action pose. Anyways, let me get out of here because there is still more drawing fun coming your way. Peace out and good luck.