How to draw Kinuta Dosu from Naruto Anime series. Learn how to draw Kinuta Dosu a hidden sound village ninja from Naruto step by step. This is an easy to follow basic drawing instruction. Learn basic drawing technique that can be applied in drawing Manga, Anime and comics. In this tutorial you will learn to draw an Manga character Kinuta Dosu from the beginning line by line. Whether you are a beginners or novices, this tutorial should and will be very helpful with your artistic development.
First, if you can break down each part of the face and body in to basic shapes like circle, oval, or rectangle before you start adding detail. This process will make your drawing process a lot easier, a lot less you have to struggle drawing this way. No matter what you are trying to draw, once you understand its basic foundation and how it is drawn in basic shapes, drawing can be a lot easier than you think. You also have to make sure that eyes, eyebrows, nose and mouth are in correct shapes and accurate spot. Correct measurement is very important for drawing. I usually start of using sphere or circle as a base for character’s head shape, then next step would be figuring out the next geometry form to fit into the image.
Dosu Kinuta (ドス・キヌタ) was the unofficial leader of Team Dosu, although their team was officially led by Orochimaru, who at the time was disguised as a regular Otogakure ninja. Dosu was demonstrated to be a very alert and logical ninja. He rarely rushes into anything before first observing and analysing the situation. Dosu seemed very loyal to Orochimaru’s cause and, to a lesser degree, his team-mates.
Here is a final drawing of Kinuta Dosu.
Below are step by step how to draw Kinuta Dosu from Naruto. Step one, I sketch basic geometry shapes for his head, shoulders, and arm. Step two, I then drew over some detail over the previous sketch on his face, shoulders, and arm. Then I add fingers on top of the hand shape. Step three, I added his long spiky hair on his back. Step four, I then add his bandages and headband over his head. Step five, I make sure everything is on the right place. Step six, I then drew the final line with darker value and done.