How to Draw Naruto – Step by Step Guide
Naruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.
It narrates the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja whose dream is to be a Hokage ( the leader of the village)
The first story appeared in the Japanese manga Karakuri in 1995. The narrative was continued in a second manga volume and the Weekly Shonen Jump serial.
Naruto was made into a television anime series in 2002. The original storyline has inspired a second series, eleven films, including several spin-offs.
Naruto is the fourth best-selling manga series in history, with 250 million copies in circulation in 47 countries across the world, including 153 million copies in Japan and 97 million copies globally.
“The Naruto plot incorporates Confucian values that can be identified and adopted by preteen and teenage boys…[including] hard work, friendship, and winning at all costs,” says Christopher A. Born of the University of Missouri.
Things required to draw naruto
It will take maximum 25 minutes for you to make this Naruto drawing.
Step 1: Make a curved line as shown in the image.
Step 2: Create ears.
Step 3: Draw a jawline now.
Step 4: Now make an eye.
Step 5: Make three lines on the right and left sides.
Step 6: Make a curve that will make a headband for Naruto.
Step 7: Draw two curved lines inside the headband.
Step 8: Draw three circles on the headband.
Step 9: Now we will make the famous hidden leaf village logo on a headband.
Step 10: Now we will make a small circle that will make the nose of Naruto.
Step 11: We will make a zig-zag line from both sides for hair and we will make a lip for Naruto.
Step 12: We will complete the patch now that the hair is ready for Naruto.
Step 13: Now we will make an ear and make a straight line which will make a neck for Naruto.
Step 14: Here is Naruto Drawing is Compete.
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