How to Draw Yuma, Yuma Tsukumo from Yu-Gi-Oh Zexal

Artist: Dawn / April 21, 2013

Step 1.

Begin with a head shape like so, then draw out the outline for Yuma's body. Add the facial and body guidelines as well.

Step 2.

Next up, sketch out Yuma's facial structure, then you will draw in his sharp edgy hairline along with the monocle like covering called a 'Dual Gazer'. Add the shape of his ear, then proceed to step three.

Step 3.

Continue to work on Yuma's face by finishing the form and shapes of his eyes. The dual gazer gets it's own special treatment, so be sure to add the detailing around the framing for the plate. Draw the nose and mouth, then draw the detailing inside of   

Step 4.

Okay, Yuma's face is all done. You will now draw in his long sharp spiked hair which is drawn in chunks. Add the shape of his head, then you are done with this step.

Step 5.

Start with drawing the shoulders which also consists of his clothing. The collar of the jacket resembles the hood of a hoodie sweater. Draw in the torso, then add the cuffs for the sleeves.

Step 6.

For the last step all you have to do is draw in the rest of his arms, as well as his clothing. Add the wrinkling, creases, and stitch detailing as well. Draw the Emperor's Key around his neck which Yuma always wears, then erase your mistakes followe   

Step 7.

Here is Yuma Tsukumo when you are all done. Color him in and show folks the new character you just made.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 21, 2013
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Description: So I found out there is a series that has been out on TV Tokyo called 'Tu-Gi-Oh Zexal'. I will be uploading characters from the new series because I know there are a ton of Yu-Gi-Oh fans out there. To start things off here is one of the main characters; "how to draw Yuma", step by step. His full name is Yuma Tsukumo and even though he may not look like it, he is actually a boy that underachieves in almost anything he does whether it be duels, or academically in school. Yuma has all the optimism in the world because he is always open to take on challenges and when he does he gives it his all. Drawing Yuma was fun because he is a very pleasant faced looking figure. If you have been waiting for these tuts, you will enjoy the task at hand. Stay tuned in folks because there is more coming your way.