How to Draw Chibi Howl, Howls Moving Castle

Artist: Dawn / April 27, 2012

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Step 2.

For the second step you will need to sketch out the lower portion of Howl's face, then draw in the long pointed bangs.

Step 3.

Finish drawing out chibi Howl's hair which is sort of girly. The ends look pointed as well.

Step 4.

Next step is to draw out the large chibi style eyes. Have the lining for the eyeballs faintly on the inner side of the eye.

Step 5.

Now it's time to draw out the jacket. For those of you that know, Howl has his hands almost always inside of his sleeves. Draw the flared style of the coat or cloak like so, and be sure to draw out the thick stubby sleeved.

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Next and lastly, you will draw in the legs then sketch out the small chibi feet. Add some marking lines on the lower section of the cloak which is actually just a design line. Clean up the drawing so you have a nice clean image to color in.

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Here is the line art when you are finished. Now you can color him in to perfection.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 27, 2012
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Description: Instead of moving onto the lesson I prepared for you guys on something easy, I wanted to quickly get this tutorial up because I haven’t drawn any cool chibis in such a long time. Here is my first chibi lesson for the day on "how to draw chibi Howl", step by step. If anyone here has ever seen Howl’s Moving Castle, you should know who this character is in regular form. Howl is the main figure in the film, and in the film he plays a wizard who defends a city from evil. A witch cast a spell on Howl that makes his heart separate from his body. That is why he has a moving castle so his heart can travel with him. There is much more to the story that I can explain in such a manner that could explain it in detail. I suggest that you take the time to either rent, or buy the movie so you can experience the awesomeness for yourself. If you have already watched Howl’s Moving Castle, you might want to watch it again. Anyways, this is going to be a fun lesson to follow on drawing chibi Howl. I had fun making him, so I know who ever decides to tackle this tutorial you will have fun as well. Adios people and enjoy!