Drawing Hisoka From Hunter x Hunter (Step-By-Step Guide)

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Drawing Hisoka is straightforward; the only things you need to have are necessary equipment or materials such as a pencil eraser and paper.

Hisoka is a fictional character in the anime series “Hunter x Hunter” who has made his presence known as one of the most dangerous and deadly beings.

The shape of his head is designed to look like an evil cat giving him the ability to fool his opponents easily, he has two tattoos on his face which make him look more evilly, and the shape of his hair looks irrational.

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Follow these few steps to draw the upper part of Hisoka.

Let’s get started with the Hisoka Drawing without further ado.

Draw Hisoka’s pose

Hisoka head Drawing

STEP 1) Draw the head

Hisoka’s body starts from the head, the shape of his head will determine how the look and other facial features of the body will look because the jaw, ear, and hairline will be drawn from the shape of the head.

Draw an oval circle that looks at the shape of the head precisely; this oval shape should not be too big or small, so it fits the Hisoka’s body.

Draw a vertical line inside the oval shape; this vertical line should have a faint line at the ends.

It should be at the center of the oval shape, and this serves as the basis of the nose and mouth; draw a horizontal line close to the upper part of the oval shape so it crosses the vertical line.

This horizontal should not touch the right side of the vertical line, only the left side; this is the basic to draw the eyes.

Draw the shoulder

STEP 2) Draw the shoulder

Hisoka has a broad chest which means the shoulder must be wide enough so it can fix and carry the remaining part of the body.

Before we can draw the shoulder, we need first to make out the primary step for the neck, the neck is also an essential part of the Hisoka’s body.

Draw a vertical line under the oval shape of the head, this vertical line should not be too long because Hisoka doesn’t have a very long neck, this is for the channel so we can now proceed to draw the shoulder.

For the shoulder, draw a horizontally curved line under the vertical line of the neck so that it balances the left and right sides of the shoulder.

With this, you are already done with the shape of his shoulder.

Hisoka Arms Drawing

STEP 3) Hisoka Arms Drawing

The arms are attached to the shoulder, and the components are pointing vertically downward.

Before you start drawing Hisoka arms, you need first to make the joints that connect the arms to the shoulder.

Draw this joint by making circles at the ends of the horizontal line for the shoulder.

Make sure the circles are not too small nor too big but moderate enough so that they can show the natural shape of the arms later on, since you are done with the joint you can now fix the components, and draw slight vertically curved lines from these two circles so that it forms the upper arm of the body.

Make another slightly curved line from the end of the upper arm, so it creates a little edge facing inwards, so it serves as the elbow.

The lower curved somewhat vertical lines are the basis for the lower arm.

Draw Hisoka’s Jaw, Ears, and Hairline

STEP 4) Draw Hisoka's Jaw, Ears, and Hairline

The next step here is to draw the jaw, ears, and Hisoka’s hairline.

For this article, we will start with the hairline, and ears and end it up with the jaw so you can quickly draw these attributes without any errors.

For the hairline, draw a cloud line on the upper part of the oval shape of the head so that it curves inwardly at the ends.

Extend this cloud line ends downward from the curved portion to the point you want to fix your ears, this is the hairline.

The next thing here is to draw the ears, the ears are connected to the hairlines and the jaw which means the ears are in the middle of the hairline and the jaw, make a curve that looks like the shape of the ear at the left and right side of the head.

Hisoka’s ears are not smoothly curved so have that in mind when drawing the curves for the ear.

Make a slant vertical line at the sides (inside) of the ears and make another sharp bracket shape on the slant line.

Make some thin lines at the sides of the bracket shape so all these can make the ears look more realistic.

For the jaw, draw a slightly curved line at the right side of the head joining from the ear downward while it aligns with the shape of the head.

Draw a vertical slant line from the left ear down to the lower part of the head, and draw a slight convex curve joining these lines together, so it forms the chin of the jaw; with this, you are done with the jaw. You can now move to the next step.

Draw Hisoka’s Eyes, Nose, Mouth, and Tattoos:

STEP 5) Draw Hisoka's Eyes, Nose, Mouth, and Tattoos

Hisoka has two dramatic eyes.

To draw the eyes, we need first to draw the eyebrow; we need to make the upper eyelid, and the upper eyelid can be replicated by drawing slant horizontal lines under the eyebrows so that the eyelids look one-sided (pointing towards the same direction); for the eyes.

Draw the upper part of the eyes, so it seems like the upper part of the triangle with a little sharp edge; the eyes are not too wide open so that the upper part can be very slant.

Draw a horizontally curved line under the upper part of the eyes to form the shape of the eye and make a convex curve inside the eyes; this is the eye’s pupil.

For the nose, make a vertical line from the eyebrow of the left side of the head down while it aligns with the vertical at the center of the head.

Make a slight bend vertical line at the end of the vertical line, so it points towards the left direction.

Draw another small curved vertical line joining the first vertical line to form an edge pointing downward and make a slight curve by the side of the sharp edge, which creates the shape of Hisoka’s nose.

The mouth is one of the most straightforward and accessible parts of Hisoka Hisoka’s body that can be accomplished with a few strokes, making a horizontal line under the nose that crosses the vertical line of the head.

Draw a slight slant vertical line at the sides of the horizontal line, showing the curved part of the mouth; add a small horizontal line under the shape of the mouth; this makes the mouth look more natural.

For the tattoos, Hisoka has two different tattoos on his body, and these tattoos are found on his face, that is, on the right and left sides of his cheeks.

For the tattoo on the right side, make a star shape on the cheek, and for the left side the cheek, draw the symbol of flame on the left side of the cheek.

The star and the flame shape are the tattoos he carries on his face, making him look more evil.

Draw Hisoka’s Hair

STEP 6) Draw Hisoka's Hair

Hisoka’s hair is one of the main features he possesses that makes him look more unique and different from other anime characters.

The hair is so dynamic that it seems like a burning flame.

Draw the border of the hair from the right ear to the left ear starting with a hill line and then making edges, so it forms the shape of the flame.

Keep adding flamed edges till it gets to the left ear which you also end with a hill line to make it look more realistic and make it blend with the other side of the hair.

Finish the hair by making some random vertically curved line inside the hair, you can draw the line so that the left vertically curved faces the right direction and the right vertically curved fronts the left path, this will make the center of the hair look like two vertically curved lines coming together to form a slight edge which joins to the flamed pattern at the top of the hair.

Draw the Neck and Amour

STEP 7) Draw the Neck and Amour

To finish the hair, draw short vertical lines at the sides of the jaw; this is typically the only part of the jaw visible.

Then we can proceed to draw the armor; the amour is connected to the neck and covers the whole territory of the body.

Make a curve from the end of these vertical lines of the neck to the chin so that it reaches the ends of the slight convex curve of the jaw (it shouldn’t touch the jaw).

Draw a vertical line from these curves and make a convex curve under this vertical line so the convex ends at the horizontal line of the shoulder.

Draw a small horizontal line at the sides of the neck and extend it with a vertical line, so it meets the convex curve.

Draw a small horizontal line in the middle of the vertically extended line and also extend the horizontal line, so it forms a vertically slant line.

Draw a convex curve joining these slant vertical lines together, this is the neck part of the armor.

Draw a horizontal line from the joint of the vertical slant line and the convex curve, and draw a vertically curved line from these horizontal lines so that the vertically curved line faces outwardly.

And draw another vertically curved line in front of the first one while leaving space between them; cover the upper part of the space with a concave curve and the lower space with a vertically curved line.

Hence, it doesn’t form a sharp edge; it makes a curved cline at the joint of the vertically curved line and the concave curve.

Draw a curved vertical line joining the ends of the curve to form the curved part of the shoulder; use your light pencil to make a slant line from the joint of the curves down (inside the circle of the shoulder joint).

All these are the steps for drawing the upper part of the armor.

To draw the lower part of the armor, make four (4) overlapping curves at the lower part of the shoulder so it forms the armor’s fitness; for the armor’s left arm.

Draw a vertical slant line from the end of the last curve and extend it down, form an edge pointing outward, and draw another vertical slant line extended downward.

Hence, it creates another edge on the lower part of the first extended line.

Draw a vertical slant line from the extended line, and draw a slightly curved vertical line from the other end of the overlapping curve, creating the upper arm of the armor.

Make a slight curve on the lower part of the vertically curved line, so it brings out the elbow’s shape and extends the curve downward, so it forms the muscle part of the lower arm.

Follow these approaches to draw the armor for the right hand; make sure the lower part of the arms is not as broad as the other part because that is what makes up the wrist.

At this point, you need to finish the armor, so you have the chance to ease yourself of the tension and stress by taking some refreshment or maybe popcorn and a chilled drink.

Don’t over drink, so you won’t be exhausted from drawing (chuckles) this time; draw slant vertical lines from the vertically curved lines of the shoulder armor down, and draw a concave curve joining these slant vertical lines together.

Add a convex curve in the form of the circle under the concave curve, and finish it by drawing a line from the joint of the concave and vertical slant line to the side of the convex curve that looks like a circle.

You are done with your armor, and you can now move to one of the exciting steps of the drawing.

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Draw Hisoka’s Waist

STEP 8) Draw Hisoka's Waist

Hisoka from hunter-X-hunter waist makes him look more or less like a robot; his abdomen is connected to the convex curve in the middle of the armor and forms the pant.

Draw a slightly bent horizontal line and extend it down to create a vertical line; draw another slant horizontal line at the end of the vertical bar, but this time the lines should be pointing inwardly.

Add a vertical slant line to the end of the horizontal line, so it forms a sharp end; this is the waist.

Draw a vertical slant line at the joint of the vertical and horizontal line of the waist and finish the slant vertical lines with a straight line, so it forms the hip of hunter Hisoka drawing; with this, you are already done with the waist.

Enhance Outfit

STEP 9) Enhance Hisoka's Outfit

To add details to the outfits; you can erase the excess lines and dots.

Use thick lines for the border so the outfit looks outstanding, and add the diamond shape on the right side of the chest and a love shape on the left part of the chest so the armor can look natural.

Add colors to the Hisoka drawing, so it makes it look attractive, add shadow and lighting to the outfit to pay details to your drawing, use a thick line for the upper part of the pant which is connected to the waist and add lines to it, so it looks natural.

Enhance Outline

Use a thick line for the eyebrow, use a thick line for the border of the eyes, and use a thick line for the tattoos on his face.

Use thick lines for the nose and add shadow to the nose and the horizontal line under the mouth.

Use thick lines for the border of the whole face, add color to the eyes pupil which seems orange in color with a black dot inside it while the iris remains white, the star tattoo is yellow while the flame-like tattoo is purple,

Hisoka from hunter-X- hunter’s hair looks like a flame of fire with wine color, also use the thick line for the border of the hair.

Conclusion To Hisoka Drawing

I hope you enjoyed yourself while replicating the Hisoka drawing.

With these few steps above am very confident and convinced that you will create your own Hisoka drawing from the hunter-X-hunter without any issue.

Have fun!

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