How to Draw Yumigami, Okami

Artist: Dawn / May 20, 2012
How to Draw Yumigami, Okami

Step 1.


Begin with making a circle shape for the head and then add one facial guideline.

Step 2.


You will now begin drawing out the head, and profile of the face like so. Once that is done you can draw in some of the chest and then draw the loose looking floppy ears. Also, color in one eye which is bulging from the side.

Step 3.


Draw Yumigami's other eye and color it in as well. When that task is done you can draw the nose, make the lining to form the mouth, and add some detailing to the ears. Don't forget to color in the nose.

Step 4.


You will continue and finish drawing Yumigami's body. Start at the front and draw in the legs and small rabbit paws. Next, make a nice arch to form the thigh, and then draw in the foot as well as the toe lines. Add the tail and then you can move to s   

Step 5.


Well guys this is it. You have come this far to only have yourself a nicely drawn character from this popular anime;. Draw in the thick markings which sort of looks like tribal marks and then clean up the mistakes.

Step 6.


Here is what the character looks like when you are all done. Now you can color in your rabbit.

Comments (2)
hexaganolshell · 4 years ago
omigod sooo cute
Dawn · 3 years ago
thanks
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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 20, 2012
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Description: Hey guys, I've got another lesson to submit today with a bit of inspiration from a few members here on DragoArt (namely AllyS). She did a nice job on 'drawing Yumigami from Okami' in her artwork gallery. So after spotting her artwork, I went to find out who this character was (since I'm roughly aware of Okami itself). Browsing a few fanarts for this rabbit, I wanted to do my own with a bit of influence from this Yumigami sculpture. I'll show you in simple steps 'how to draw Yumigami from Okami', step by step. It was definitely pleasant to work on, and drawing animals is probably one of my favorites to do. Let me know if this tut was easy enough or how you did! Thanks so much for viewing, and have fun with your future drawing endeavors. Note, I do not take credit for the background!