How to Draw an Anime Fight
You will then draw the concept anime character's face from a side view first. This should include the forehead, nose, chin and jawline.
Next, draw in the headband then sketch in the long shaggy looking hairstyle that is pulled back. Also draw in the ear shape too.
Using the facial guidelines draw the eye, mouth, and nose detailing. Also draw in the detailing inside the ear.
Color in the hair and then add some shading and scruff marks on the face. You will also add shading under the neck and along the top portion of the ear.
To finish the shape of Itachi's head, all you have to do is draw the hair and draw in his ear. Detail inside the ear as well.
Let's work on drawing in Itachi's face. Draw the lining for his headband, then draw the eye and the marking line on his cheek.
Lastly, color in his hair then like you did with the other fighter you will sketch in all scruff marks on his face. Also draw the other side of his jacket collar too. Erase whatever mistakes you made.
April 26, 2014
Description: So here is a cool concept that I randomly worked on yesterday. I created a lesson on "how to draw an anime fight", step by step. If you take notice to the anime character to the left, it's actually Itachi from Naruto all banged up and ready to duel once again. The other anime character or figure is a concept person that I conjured up and I think I did this because I was bored and had nothing else to do. This wasn't even going to be a lesson, but I thought folks would like drawing an anime fight that included Itachi against a random figure. If you would like to see more lessons like this you just let me know.