How to draw Akadou Yoroi from Manga series Naruto. Learn how to draw Akadou Yoroi from Naruto step by step easy to follow basic Manga tutorial. Learn basic drawing and sketching anime technique for manga, cartoon and comics. In this tutorial you will learn to draw an Manga character Akadou Yoroi. This tutorial is suitable for beginners who want to learn how to draw Manga or basic drawing. In this post, you will learn to draw and paint from a professional concept artist and illustrator Xia Taptara.
Whenever I begin sketching a character or creature, I will try to break down each part of the face in to simple geometry shapes. What I am looking for first is the most dominant shape first. Also I will make sure the distance of each elements is as accurate as possible while I draw. That can be done by carefully measure with your eyes or guess your best at it. It will make your drawing process a lot easier once you observe the over all shape of the character you are trying to draw. I usually start of using sphere or circle as a base for character’s skull, then next step would be figuring out the next geometry form to fit into the image structure.
Yoroi is another participant of the chuunin exam. He has his face covered and wears ocular lenses over his eyes. He makes a short appearance in the Naruto series as a spy for the Hidden Sound village. He joins the chuunin exam together with Kabuto and Tsurugi Misumi as three genins from the Hidden Leaf Village, but their true rank is unknown. He has the exceptional ability of absorbing chakra, which enables him to suck out the mind and body energy from an enemy’s body by putting his palm onto them.
Here is a final drawing of Akadou Yoroi from Naruto.
Below are step by step how to draw Akadou Yoroi from Naruto. Step one, you can see that I just draw basically the base sketch lines for Akadou Yoroi’s head structure. Step two, Once I have the head constructed, I will add vertical line to split the face in half measurement. Then I will draw horizontal line across his face half of the head’s height for establishing eyes’ base. Then I will sketch in eyes, nose and mouth. Step three, I keep refining the base sketch so that all the elements will be at the most accurate positions. Then I drew in the hair style, headband, and the collars. Step four, I drew both eyes (his sun glasses) within the gap on the parallel horizontal lines. In step four and five, I just added more detail according to his character design.