How to Draw Chibi Zoro, Zoro, One Piece


For the first step you will be making two shapes, one for the head and another for the body. As you can see the body shape is a whole lot smaller then the head shape. Add one facial guideline and proceed to step two.


Sketch out the actual structure of chibi Zoro's face, and then draw a serrated line across the forehead for the hair line. Draw in some pieces of hair which hang down, and then sketch out the shape of the ear like so. Add some detailing inside of the   


Let's start sketching the facials for Zoro, making sure his face is expressed to a comically angry look. Take your time and lightly sketch out the details before you finalize your lines.


To finish off the face, sketch the hair in jagged spikes. Do not make the hair too long or lifted far from his head.


We'll start working on the body, taking your time to sketch each arm and then the base individually. Make sure you take your time, and restrain from rushing!


Let's sketch in the legs, making him seem a bit blocky and 3-D. Take your time to get the curves drawn appropriately.


Lastly, fill in the finished drawing with his infamous three swords. When you draw them bundled, they should be overlapping each other. DO NOT draw them sharp curved/edged since they are in sheaths.


The finished drawing should look like the one you see here. All you need to do now is color him in, and be on your way to something new.

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February 21, 2017

Description: Up next is a chibi character that is based on a One Piece character that also happens to be the main figure. Up next we will be tackling the challenge of learning "how to draw chibi Zoro", step by step. Zoro is a favorite character for many fans of One Piece. I figured since he was requested so much as a main figure, why not make a tutorial on drawing him as a chibi. The tutorial might be difficult for some novice artists, but if you follow the steps carefully and take your time, you should be able to tackle this lesson with little or no complications. The colors are also pretty simple to choose from since his shades are mainly green, and white. Anyways, there isn’t anything more I can tell you about this chibi version of Zoro, but I know you will have a blast drawing him out. I still have one more tutorial coming your way so try and stay tuned in until then. Adios people, and have an awesome drawing Friday.

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