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Uploaded: February 13, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: February 14, 2010
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Yesterday I did a lesson on Madara, and today I thought I would draw the character that I originally had planned to do the other night. Naruto has become such an awesome manga to me, and I can honestly say that I enjoy reading the series then I do watching the anime. I think it's because there is more detail, story line, and action with the characters. Get ready for awesomeness because you will learn "how to draw Tobi, step by step”. You remember the description I gave you on Madara right? Well, if you where paying attention, you should know that Tobi is Madara and vise versa. At first I wasn't sure how his name was supposed to be pronounced. When my mom watched me sketch this character out a few months ago, his name was at the top of my page and she said “who is Tobi”? I was like, yeah that's how you say his name! You see, I was pronouncing his name like “Tobey” and not “Toe-bi”. Madara takes the form of Tobi when he wanted to disguise himself. He also used to give Pain secret orders to carry out every once in a while too. Now there are a few different masks that Tobi wears but the most common is the orange colored swirl mask that only shows his right eye. This is the coolest of the masks that he wears because it looks so, Hellrasier-ish. Another disguise he wears is the black striped pattern mask which he used during his training with Itachi. Unlike his normal form, Tobi is seen wearing the Akatsuki cloak over his real clothing. The two personalities differ as well between them. For instance, Madara is more calm, and level headed when not in disguise, whereas Tobi is goofy, and a bit aloof, almost to the point like he is a big child. If you where to ask me what version of this Naruto character I liked better, I would have to say Tobi. Only because he looks a lot more serious under that mask, and he also looks like he is stronger for some reason. The tutorial I like better between the two is this one. I love his pose, and he has this confidence about him that I love. Drawing Tobi is going to be a very exciting lesson to accomplish and I know for a fact it will be loved. I have to go for now but like always I will return. There is one more Naruto member that I will be uploading. I only hope that you all know who he is. That's it for this description. Adios, and happy drawing!

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