How to Draw Hinagiku Katsura

Artist: Dawn / April 6, 2013

Step 1.

Draw a circle for the head, then sketch in the facial and neck guidelines.

Step 2.

Using the guide shapes that you made in step one, begin drawing out Hina's long straight thick hair. Start with the shape of her head in the form of her hair, then sketch in the sharp pointed bangs, as well as the chunks of hair that fall on her face   

Step 3.

Hina has a very simple face structure and features. Begin this step by drawing the shape of her face, then draw the neck. Draw in her eyes, thick dark upper lid lines, then sketch in the eyebrows. Add the blush marks on her cheeks, draw the nose and    

Step 4.

For the last drawing step all you have to do is finish drawing her hair, then sketch out the shoulders and the shirt collar. Add detailing to her clothing to add texture, then erase the mistakes.

Step 5.

Here is how your character from Hayate Combat Butler looks when you are all done. Now just color Hina in before you call it quits.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 6, 2013
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Description: For the third anime related lesson I will be filling yet another request made by a few people. This female character is from ‘Hayate Combat Butler’. Here is "how to draw Hinagiku Katsura", step by step. Hina is a sixteen year old student council president at the Hakuou Academy. Her school mates include Nagi, Isumi, and Hyate (who she is absolutely head over heels for). Her character profile is pretty simple; she has a strong personality and comes across as being a little manly for being a girl. She has pink colored long straight hair and she has yellowish brown eyes. Like always I wanted this lesson to stay pretty simple so everyone can enjoy drawing Hina. I did my best with laying out the steps in an easy to follow manner so hopefully you won’t run into too many speed bumps along the drawing process. I’m still not done with uploading lessons so I hope you all can stick around for a while to see what else I have in store. See you in a bit folks, so don’t stray too far.