how to draw chibi gaara

How to Draw Chibi Gaara

Step 1.

Let's start this lesson on "how to draw chibi Gaara step by step". Draw a big circle for Gaara's head and then add the facial guidelines. You will then draw another oval shape for the style of chibi Gaara's body as you see here. Next draw crescent like lines for the gourd that he carries on his back.

Step 2.

You will start this step by drawing out the shape of it's face which is boxy. Next draw the shape of Gaara's intense looking eyes. Be sure to draw the lining of the eyes thick and bold. Once that is done you can draw the lining for his eyeballs. Next draw a heart in the right corner of his forehead and then begin sketching out chibi Gaara's hair style starting with the bangs.

Step 3.

In this step you will begin drawing the arms that are in the crossed position. You will not be drawing out both arms in full, just one at a time. When that is done you can start sketching out the strap that is on chibi Gaara's shoulder which is connected to the gourd that he carries on his back. Add some crease detailing and draw in a few cracks on the right side of the gourd.

Step 4.

Now here is where the fun really starts. Finish sketching out chibi Gaara's hair style which is in a spiky looking fashion, and then draw out the gourd in more detail. You will add crack lines, and then draw some of the detailing marks that make up Gaara's gourd design. Once you are done with this step you will then move onto the next.

Step 5.

Draw in the other arm and then finish drawing the gourd's strap. Once done, add some detailing to the strap and then draw out the other strap on the left hand side. Next draw a horizontal line in the middle of the body shape. Lastly, draw a hint of a mouth line too.

Step 6.

Here is your last drawing step. All you have to do here is draw out the shape of the rest of chibi Gaara's body and then draw teh chibi legs. Once finished you can start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 7.

This is what your chibi character look like when you are done. Have fun coloring him in and you have just learned "how to draw chibi Gaara step by step".

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Uploaded: November 30, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: November 30, 2009
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Artist comments

I have a special treat for you all today and I think you guys will like it. As many of you know I love drawing chibi characters especially when they are from cool anime/manga series. I have come a long way since the beginning of my chibi style drawing took place. Over the course of time I have gotten increasingly better at drawing chibis. So having said all that, let me tell you who I will be giving you a lesson on. I will teach you "how to draw chibi Gaara". Gaara is probably one of my favorite characters because he is so cool looking. I love his fiery colored red hair, and his ice colored blue eyes, and the dark black liner around the eyes. For those of you that want a drawing lesson on how to draw Gaara in regular form, you can just visit the cartoon section and click on “Cartoon Network”. There you will find a bunch of tutorials on various Naruto characters that may be of interest to you. As for drawing chibi Gaara, well there is nothing more fun to do when choosing a Naruto character to draw chibi style. As many of you know Naruto is a very popular anime series that has come a long way since it's creation. Nowadays, kids and adults have become major fans of the show and I can honestly say that there is good reason for it. All the characters both good and bad, are awesomely drawn, created, and written about. The story line is well design too making Naruto a must see anime/manga series. When you learn “how to draw chibi Gaara step by step”, you will have fun just knowing that you can really draw chibi style. I have to bounce out of here now because there is much to do and even more to draw. Have fun with this tutorial guys, and remember to stay creative and keep those pencils to the paper. Peace out peeps!