How to Draw Chibi Trunks

Artist: Dawn / May 15, 2011

Step 1.

Draw a circle for the head, and then draw out the square shape of the body like so. Before leaving this step, add one face guide.

Step 2.

Sketch out the shape of the face like so, and then draw out the thick top lining for the arches of the eyes. The ends of the eyes should look a bit scratchy.

Step 3.

Draw the puffy hairstyle that chibi Trunks is sporting. Draw the tips so they look pointed, and the hair line should be very sharp. Lastly add some root detailing.

Step 4.

Draw the forehead line, and then make the ear shapes. Sketch the strand lines under the arches. Next, draw out the circles for eyes, and then thicken the bottom lid lining. Add a small frown for the mouth, and then detail inside of the ears. Don't fo   

Step 5.

Draw out the arms and then the jacket opening. Next, draw the bottom lining of the shirt and then belt.

Step 6.

It's now time to draw out chibi Trunks hands, and then sketch in the strap across the chest, and collar for his shirt.

Step 7.

Draw out Trunks legs and pants and then draw in the small pointed shoes. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up the drawing.

Step 8.

Here is what your drawing should look like when you are all done. Now you can color it in and be on your way.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 15, 2011
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Description: Hows about another DBZ character in chibi form? I was thinking about the types of figures that I could choose to do a lesson on and the only one I came up with that was popular enough to draw as a chibi is Trunks. So having said that, let's learn "how to draw chibi Trunks", step by step. As you know drawing Dragon Ball characters can sometimes be a very challenging task because most of them are very detailed and sort of confusing to figure out at first. Drawing chibi characters is cool because they are so much easier to replicate then the real thing. Chibi Trunks is going to be a lot of fun to draw because his cute looks and big eyes are absolutely adorable. I sort of exaggerated a bit with the eyes, but you can use a smaller set of eyes if you like, or you can just follow this lesson verbatim. Either way once you are done with drawing chibi Trunks, you will have another chibi Dragon Ball figure that you can add to your sketch book collection. After I was done making Trunks in his childish form, I colored him in and it was also very entertaining to do. Well, that's it guys, it's your turn to draw Trunks. See ya and stick around to see what else I have in store for all you die hard drawing nuts.