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How to Draw Chibi Vegeta

Artist: Dawn / November 3, 2010
How to Draw Chibi Vegeta

Step 1.

Draw a circle for his head, and then guidelines for the face and body.

Step 2.

Now sketch out his chibi style face, and then draw out the arched pointed hairstyle line, and then draw out his hairdo. As you can see Vegeta's hair looks very much like a flaming fire. Make sure you incorporate the shapes of his ears with the shape    

Step 3.

Draw in the boxy eyebrows, and then draw in his mouth that always seems to be angry. When that is done you can then draw the shape of his body including the legs.

Step 4.

The last drawing step just consists of drawing out his arms, hands or fists, and then his stylish DB boots. Don't forget to finish drawing out his eyes, and color in the eyeballs. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 5.

Here is your character when all is said and done. Color him in the same way you would with a regular drawing of Vegeta. I hope you liked this lesson on how to draw chibi Vegeta.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 3, 2010
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