|Date Added: August 11, 2008|
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Description: Hello all and welcome back to another fun filled online tutorial here at DragoArt.com. Yesterday when I submitted those two tutorials on Kakashi, I forgot all about the face I drew of him without his ninja mask on. I was going threw my drawings today and came across the image. I was like “oh yeah, that’s right”. Another words, I forgot to put him up. So that is what this tutorial will be about today. You will learn how to draw Kakashi Hatake’s face. I was going to include this image with the tutorial of his full body drawing but I thought it would make a cool learning experience for those of you that want to learn more on drawing faces. He was pretty easy to day to say the least. The only hard part with this drawing was the anime style of coloring I did on him. I tend to take a long time when it comes to coloring my final drawing. I really tried to make Kakashi look like a real anime cartoon and personally, I think I accomplished my goal. Yeah maybe I did make his hair a bit too high but hey, that gives him character. Besides I wanted him to have my own personal touch instead of a typical drawing of him. My favorite part of his face is his scared eye. I think it came out so cool. After I was done with this image I have to admit I patted myself on the back. I know many of you must have wondered what Kakashi looks like without his ninja mask on, and now you know. Even though almost all of remember seeing him with no mask at some point in the anime series, it’s like you just can’t remember when and what exactly he looked like. This tutorial will show you in detail how to draw Kakashi Hatake’s face step by step with easy to read instructions. After you are done you’re gonna say to yourself “wow, that was easy”. Soon after that you will be drawing a lot more Japanese anime faces everyday. So I hope you enjoy this tutorial and I will be back again with another very soon. So keep your eyes peeled and your pencil ready. Peace out!