How to Draw Chibi Zoroark, Zoroark

Artist: Dawn / September 3, 2011

Step 1.

Begin with a circle for the head, and then add a guide for the body.

Step 2.

Sketch out the shape of the face from a side view profile, and then draw in the large cone shaped ear. Draw in the hands and arms, and notice how there is some hair on the back of the arm and elbow.

Step 3.

Draw out the almond shape eye, and then draw in the large eyeball. Once that is done you can sketch in the skin detailing inside of the ear, and then draw out the three claws on each hand. Sketch the back of the elbow again, and then move to step fou   

Step 4.

Now that the top half of this species is done, you will need to draw out the body. Start with the back, and then draw out the stomach, hips, and legs. As you can see the legs are bent a bit for a more powerful pose.

Step 5.

Now we are going to finish off chibi Zoroark. Do this by filling in the grooves with toe claws, and then draw out the rest of the werewolf like mane and be sure to draw the tie at the bottom of the hair tail. Erase the mistakes, and then move along f   

Step 6.

Once you have cleaned everything up, the drawing should come out looking like the one you see here. Now all you need to do is color it in, and be on your way to something else. I think most of you will have even more have as you color in this chibi P   

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 3, 2011
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Tags: how to draw chibi pokemon, how to draw chibi pokemon characters
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