How to Draw Chibi Riku

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STEP 1. Like most tutorials, you'll be needing to ready yourself by drawing the preliminary structure to create the entire character. In this chibi anatomy, you're presented with a very slim body and a 3/4 sized head compared the overall height of the body. I would prefer to use a compass for the large circle and a ruler for straight lines. Every line counts as well as the accuracy of drawing them. Consider drawing the guidelines with a different color pencil in order to realize which lines to erase when finished.   STEP 2. Next, work on the symmetry of the eyes and how they're grazing on the viewer. In this case, you want to direct the attention to the dazing eyes and mischievous smile. We want to go for a thickened look for the lids so they look super seductive and a bit feminine.   STEP 3. Then, let's work on the body composition. This chibi Riku is styled with a slim body, geared toward fangirls to fangirl their pants, sorta. The style of the arms will be needing initial thinning to contrast the bulky hands. Remember, the reason why he is slim is to add a seducing emotion to the viewer.   STEP 4. Next, it's time to start pimpin' out Riku with his ultra baggy clothes and his flared vest. Adding small dots for nipples and belly button would be best, since they're very minor features. You want major details to be thickened and noticeable. Remember to keep minor details minor sketch strokes and imprints. The baggy pants will be needing your 'oomph' jagged sketch strokes to add the nice bagginess. Pay careful attention of the lines so you can recreate it properly!   STEP 5. Lastly, add a few finishing touches and you should be all set! Another thing, when drawing hair, you will want to keep it a few centimeters away from the skull so it doesn't seem 'glued' to the scalp. Finish off by drawing the pupils and lower lids. Adding series of light sketchy strokes to create 'blush' would be essential for this mood.   STEP 6. Aha! This is what your finished drawing should resemble. You can erase the lines you initially drew from step one to create a bit of cleanliness for the paper and the drawing! Feel free to share your new drawing to your friends and to brag about DragoArt! Thanks so much for viewing this lesson, I hope you had shiz-loads of fun! Peace out and thanks again!   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6.