How to Draw Chase, Monsuno

Artist: Dawn / February 24, 2012

Step 1.

Begin by drawing an oval shape for Chase's head and then draw the shoulders and torso guides. You will also sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

In step two you will start sketching Chase's face like so, and then draw the start of his hair which is one pointed bang, as well as the parted pieces on the side.

Step 3.

Continue to work on his face by drawing the eyebrows, eyes, nose and mouth. Be sure to color in the pupils as well as make the eye lining thick and or bold.

Step 4.

Continue to sketch out Chase's hairstyle until you are finished completely. As you can see Chase has the hair of your typical teenage anime character.

Step 5.

Let's see, now start to draw the torso starting with the shoulder, high raised collar, and then the sleeve which is also the arm.

Step 6.

Almost done folks, all you have to do here is draw the other side of the jacket collar and then draw the opening to the coat as well. Make the sleeve and draw his right arm folded under the left arm. Don't forget to draw the hands too.

Step 7.

For your last drawing step all you have to do is sketch in the jacket detailing as well as the undershirt detailing too. Clean up your mistakes and you are all done.

Step 8.

Here is what Chase ends up looking like when you are all done. Color him in and add him to your collection or better yet, pair him with Lock his Monsuno.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 24, 2012
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Description: Hey guys, Dawn here with another tutorial on an upcoming show that will be premiering next Thursday. I haven't really been keeping in check with my anime shows, but I visited Nickelodeon last night and saw a new cartoon show that's going to be airing regularly. The show honestly reminds me of Pokemon, except the creatures are extremely huge and unexpected with their behavior. Unlike Pokemon, where the captive creatures have some type of personality, the monsters in Monsuno are entirely primitive. Go to the site and explore the various videos they have for free to watch. Make sure to prepare yourself with a pencil, paper, and eraser to begin this lesson. I had lots of fun working on the pose and colors of Chase so I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Anyways guys, I've gotta go now. Stay tuned for more awesome lessons waiting to be released onto Drago. Peace out!