how to draw crono

How to Draw Crono

Step 1.

Start with a circle for the head and then draw the facial guidelines. You will also need to draw out the shape of the torso, hips, and bottom of the pants, legs, and boots.

Step 2.

Now, since Crono's hairdo looks like a blooming flower, you will have to draw his hair in the same way you would draw separated pieces of leaves until you have a full head of a spiky do.

Step 3.

Now before you go any further with the face features, you will need to sketch out the shape of the face. Like many or most of the DBZ characters have, Crono's face should look more triangular then anything else. Draw the lids for his eyes, and the lines for the brows. Next draw the headband, and tie and lastly, sketch out the handkerchief collar around the neck, and then move to the next step.

Step 4.

When drawing the shapes of the Crono's eyes, remember to start from the beginning of the brow with the shape being narrow, and then widen the shape as you progress to the closing part. Now add the mouth, detail inside of the ear, and then finish off this step by sketching out the shirt, sleeves, muscular looking arms, small fisted hands, and then draw in the strap that is fixed around his torso.

Step 5.

Finish sketching out the jacket and or shirt that he wears, and be sure to add some good detailing and definition to it. There should be fold, and crease lines to add the special ripple effect, and then move to step six when you are done with Crono here in this step.

Step 6.

To finish off this character you have to sketch out the pants which appear to cuff up at the knee. Draw the exposed legs, and then draw the boots. There is a large folded boot cuff as you can see that rests on the boot ankle. Erase the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one to prepare your drawing for color.

Step 7.

This is how your drawing looks when you are done. Color in the game character to finish him off. I do hope that the member who requested this lesson enjoys the tutorial, and I also hope you learned something new.

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Uploaded: April 12, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: April 12, 2010
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Artist comments

Chrono Trigger is a video game that was created back in 1995 by a company called Square or as we know the company now as Square Enix. The game follows a series of characters that travel through time to stop a catastrophic global apocalypse from happening. I never heard of this game before, which means I never played it. But I do have to say, when I saw the character that was requested, at first I thought is was an unknown DBZ character I wasn't familiar with because I haven't been keeping up with the series. I later found out that the game character design was done by manga artist Akira Toriyama, which is the same individual that is reasonable for the Dragon Ball Z character design. Cool huh? The tutorial that you will be receiving is on “how to draw Crono”, step by step. Crono is the main protagonist of the game. His appearance is very distinctive because he has red colored spiky hair much like the style you see on a DBZ member, and a very determined look to his features. I know the game must be pretty cool or I wouldn't have gotten a request on him. According to the official website for Chrono Trigger, Crono is a young aged man that lives in a kingdom called “Guardia”. He is also the hero of the whole game, and it is up to Crono to defend the world. There is a few other characters that travel with him, Marle, who is the princess of Guardia, Lucca, Frog, Robo, Ayla, and Magus. All characters listed are all playable. I think you will have fun with this lesson on “how to draw Crono", step by step. I will be back with more for you all, and I think you will like what you will see. Adios amigos, and have a happy drawing day!

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