How to Draw Tyki Mikk, D Gray Man

Artist: Dawn / January 4, 2013

Step 1.

Start with an oval shaped face like so then add the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Using the shape you just made, begin drawing the structure of the face itself. Incorporate the ear within this same lining then sketch in the hairline which is a combed back look.

Step 3.

Here you will draw out the sly posed eyebrows, then draw in the shape of the eyes which are very catty. Draw the nose, then the simple smile.

Step 4.

In this step all you have to do is draw the crosses that are going across the forehead like so. When that is done draw the lids and eyeballs. Color in a beauty mark under the right or left eye, then sketch in the inner ear detailing.

Step 5.

Continue to draw out the combed back style like so, then sketch in the strand detailing to his hair.

Step 6.

Finish drawing out his wavy style hair which is in a very neat manner. Once that is done draw the neck, then draw the opening to the shirt.

Step 7.

For the last drawing step finish sketching out his shirt and or torso. Add the detailing to the neck as well as the clothing. Erase the mistakes then you are all done. Now you can move to the last drawing step.

Step 8.

Here is the line art now that you are finished. Color in Tyki, and be on your way.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 4, 2013
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Description: So I have two main characters from D Gray-man that I will be submitting tutorials on. To start the day off right, I will begin with "how to draw Tyki Mikk", step by step. My two sisters watch this show on Netflix, and as soon as my youngest sister seen the picture of Tyki she refers to him as an anime version of Michael Jackson because of the hair and white button up tee shirt. Tyki is described as being a tall, slender man that has semi wavy hair in a messy looking style. He has so many different appearances; one is him as Noah and the other is a human. I think he is an interesting character that has a lot of intrigue. I had fun recreating him as a drawing lesson and I'm sure you will too. This Akuma will only leave you wanting more tutorials on drawing D.Gray-man characters. See ya in a bit folks, peace out.