How to Draw Gunji, Togainu no Chi

Artist: Dawn / April 5, 2013

Step 1.

Draw the shape of the head like so, then draw the neck guide. When that is done make the shoulder line.

Step 2.

I know this seems messy, but it's fine. Sketch out the shape of the head, then draw in the long shaggy bangs as well the hair that falls on the sides of his face which also frames and brushes the cheeks.

Step 3.

Sketch out the shape of his face like so, then draw in the nose, mouth, and eye which is peaking through the open part of his hair.

Step 4.

Now that his face and hair is all done, you can tackle this step by sketching out the shoulders, and the texture detailing for his sweater and or hoodie.

Step 5.

Lastly, detail his chest, then draw in the tattoos that almost covers his chest completely. Erase the mistakes then you are all done.

Step 6.

See how cool Gunji looks when you're done. Now you can go ahead and color him in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 5, 2013
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Description: I don't know how many of you are familiar with 'Togaunu no Chi', but it seems to be popular because all I get is requests on some of the characters and this is one of them. Here is "how to draw Gunji", step by step. One of the cool features about Gunji is his style and the metal knuckles that he wears on each hand. These knuckles are actually used when he fights. He also wears a vibrant colored red hoodie that almost always stays unzipped to show off his tattoo covered chest. One would think that such a colorful character would have some brains but that is not the case with Gunji. In fact, he is not that bright at all. Anyways, it really doesn't matter if he is smart, dumb, ugly or cute. The only thing that matters is how you will tackle this task when drawing Gunji. All the rest of the feelings come later. Enjoy people and remember to comment, rate or fav the artwork and lessons you browse through today and everyday.