|Date Added: November 1, 2008|
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Description: Wow, those were some fun tutorials I submitted so far huh? Geeze I can't believe how much fun we had learning how to draw a volcano and lightning bolts. In this next tutorial I will kick it up a notch and do a lesson on a very well known character that almost everyone loves to draw. Right now I will be showing you "how to draw Naruto". Yes he is finally here, I thought it was time to break down and submit a tutorial on this well loved character. As many of you know Naruto is the main character of the series Naruto which airs on Toonami. Toonami is a channel that is owned by Cartoon Network and they air this Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto that has an anime adaptation to it. Naruto Uzumaki was the first character created by Masashi Kishimoto and because of that this manga character has many characteristics of Son Goku from the Dragon Ball series. His main goal is to become the leader of Konohagakure. Naruto belongs to Team 7 along with Sasuke Uchiha, Sakura Haruno, and team leader Kakashi Hatake, and all of them together study at the Ninja Academy which is where the story begins. Now Naruto’s father is the late Minato Namikaze and what he did for his son was seal the dangerous Nine-Tailed Demon Fox within Naruto's body which cost Naruto’s father his own life, and this is why Naruto is without a family. Now because Naruto possesses the demon fox, the villagers are always showing him animosity when ever he is around. The only way that he can cope with that is to keep his chin up and stay some what cheerful and polite. He also has numerous abilities to his advantage due to the demon fox sealed within him. I don’t watch the series on a daily basis but I do know that it is good. This tutorial will show you "how to draw Naruto Uzumaki, step by step". Like always the instructions are easy to follow and the steps are detailed and simple for your drawing pleasure. I will be back with two more tutorials but in the mean time sit back and tackle this one for now.