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How to Draw Bishamon From Noragami

Artist: Dawn / November 4, 2015
How to Draw Bishamon From Noragami

Step 1.


Make the head guide and torso guidelines like so.

Step 2.


We will now draw the defined shape of Bishamon's face in like so, then draw the long, stringy straight hair like you see here. Her hair is really long.

Step 3.


Next, draw in the hat to fill in the gap and to form the shape of her head, then draw the left side of the head which is her hair.

Step 4.


Let's tackle the face. Begin by drawing the eyebrows and eyes. When that is done, add the nose and mouth/lips.

Step 5.


Draw the shape of her neck, then draw the shoulders, arms and some of the jacket which is open. Don't forget the crisscross style collar.

Step 6.


We will now draw the chest which are her breasts covered with the skimpy top. Add the cleavage and then draw collar bone.

Step 7.


For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw in the shape of her torso which also happens to be the waist. Add the navel, and then draw the sleeves or arms. Erase the mistakes along with the guides.

Step 8.


Here is the line art folks. Just add some color and you are all done.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 4, 2015
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Tags: how to draw noragami, how to draw noragami characters
Description: Here is one sexy looking female character from the series 'Noragami' that you will be getting a lesson on. Not only is this character beautiful, she is also known to be very deadly. Today, we will tackle the task of learning how to draw Bishamon From Noragami, step by step. Along with some others, Bishamon is known to be one of the deadliest war gods in Noragami. She also has this feud going on with Yato that I'm sure you fans of Noragami know of. Since I don't follow the series I can't really tell you what's going on with who or what. For now, lets just be happy that you have another tut on one of the main figures from the series. If you are a novice artist you might want to put aside an hour to complete the task, but just because it's challenging that doesn't mean don't try it out. After all, you don't get better by staying stagnant.