|Date Added: December 28, 2009|
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Description: Sasuke is one of the best characters from Naruto and I think that some or all of you Naruto fans will agree with me when I say that. What I wanted to submit is a tutorial that shows you "how to draw Curse Mark Sasuke, step by step”. This version of Sasuke is one of his more popular looks. What makes him cool with his cursed mark, is the black tribal looking design marks all over his body and face. The one responsible for embedding the curse onto Sasuke is Orochimaru. Orochimaru was very much interested in Sasuke because he saw him as his next body. Now because Naruto and Sasuke started to get a long with each other, and Sasuke started to subside his eagerness for revenge, Orochimaru was getting more and more unhappy with the way that Naruto and Sasuke were getting along. Because of this, Orochimaru needed to come up with a plan, and it needed to be fast. He wanted to get rid of the big influence that Naruto started gaining on his potential body, so what he did was, put a curse seal on Sasuke. He did this during the second half of the “Chunin exam”. Now because Sasuke is strong enough to live through death, he regains consciousness. Unfortunately the curse seal that Orochimaru bestowed onto Sasuke is far from being over. Whenever Sasuke releases Chakra, the curse is activated in a violent way. The curse pulls out more Chakra, and eventually starts invading his body with a black rash. The sickness like black plague, marks his whole body to a point that he becomes almost unrecognizable. Even though he is marked, Sasuke has an incredibly strong willpower to hold back the curse. Kakashi is the one that uses his “Evil Sealing” method on him. I think that this curse is something that makes the series more intense, and watching it is always exciting. I think you guys will love this tutorial on “how to draw curse mark Sasuke, step by step”. I will be back soon with more drawing fun so stay tuned in to see what drawing lesson pops up next. Adios, me amigos!