Let’s get started with the Gaara Drawing.
Gaara is the son of the Fourth Kazekage.
He was born with the ability to manipulate the sand that surrounds his body, making him a tailed beast candidate.
His hair is red, and his eyes are yellow. He wears a black shirt and black pants. His hair is either in a ponytail or down.
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How to draw Gaara from Naruto (Step-By-Step Guide)
Draw Gaara’s pose
Draw Gaara’s Head
To draw the head, we start with a circle, and the circle should not be too big and not too small so that other features of the head can easily be fixed.
Draw a vertical line at the center of the circle so we can know the positioning of the features on the head.
Draw a horizontal line close to the top of the circle(inside), this horizontal line must meet the sides of the circle.
Draw a small horizontal line under the first horizontal line, the small line should be on the vertical line that runs through the head, this is the nose.
Draw another horizontal line below the nose, this line must be wider than the line for the nose, this is the mouth.
Draw a small curve at the sides of the circle(head), this is the ears. His head is attached to the neck.
Draw Gaara’s body
Draw outlines for the arms
Gaara has two arms which are the left arm and the right arm, the arm is connected to the neck and the shoulder.
To draw the arms, draw a convex line starting from the top of the vertical line to the other vertical line, this is the left arm.
Draw a convex line from the top of the vertical line(right) passing through the outside of the vertical line to the left side of the arm, this is the right arm.
Make sure the right arm crosses the left arm, to make this arms a reality since the right arm is on the left arm.
To draw the right arm, draw a freehand convex line from the horizontal line of the chest.
Make sure this convex line is behind the first convex line you drew for the basic.
At the elbow joint draw the right vertical line from there besides the convex straight line.
At the end of the lines draw a vertical line to complete the right arm, at the middle of the vertical line (at the elbow joint) draw a small vertical line pointing downward.
Draw a vertical line from the left shoulder to the right forearm, and draw a vertically curved line from the top of the horizontal line(which was drawn for the shoulder) downward.
Draw a small horizontal line to join the tip of the right arm with the vertical line, and draw a convex line from the top of the left shoulder to the middle of the right forearm so that it becomes more obvious that the left arm is under the right arm.
Draw a small vertical line from the tip of the convex line for the right arm down so that it shows the elbow joint of the left arm.
Outline the hands
Gaara has two hands, but only the left hand is visible while only the wrist of the right hand is seen.
To draw the left hand, draw your fingers in the middle of the line that shows the elbow of the right hand; start Gaara hand drawing from the pinky finger, but the thumb of the left hand is not seen; only the remaining four fingers.
For the wrist of the right hand, draw a small horizontal line from the middle of the vertical line (that joins the right arm) to the vertical line that runs from the left shoulder.
Draw another horizontally curved line from the tip of the convex of the right arm to the middle of the convex line of the left arm, so it looks like the elbow joint, this is the wrist of the right hand.
Outline the legs
Gaara has two legs which are the right and the left leg; draw a straight line (vertical line) inside the big circle; this is the first step to Gaara legs drawing.
For the left leg, draw a vertical line at the tip of the circle downward and at the end of the left leg, draw a trapezoid square to form the left foot and sandal.
To draw the right leg, draw the vertical line from the inside of the circle, and at the end of the vertical line, draw another square shape (parallelogram); this is where the right feet and sandals will be fixed.
Draw Gaara’s Neck and Jaw
You need to know that the neck is attached to the jaw and also the collar of Gaara’s cloth; the collar for his cloth covers exactly half of the neck.
To draw the remaining part of the neck, draw the vertical lines from the side of the head (jaw) downward to the collar of his cloth.
To draw the jaw, trace down the circle you drew for the head, and the jaw is connected to the ear and also to the lines that form the neck, use a thick line to trace the circle into jaw shape; his jaw is round in shape which makes it easy to draw.
Outline Gaara’s Eye, Nose, And Mouth
To draw the eyes, draw a small circle under the horizontal line, this circle should not be too big but exactly the size of the pupil.
On the circle, draw the eyelid, which will give you a perfect picture of the eyes.
The eyelids show the iris and also host the pupil, drawing a small curve at the sides of the eyes, so it looks like that of a warrior.
To draw the nose is very simple; draw two dots above the small horizontal line you already drew for the nose.
To draw the mouth draw a horizontal line on the already existing one to form the real shape of the mouth.
You are done with the eyes, nose, and mouth with this.
Draw Gaara’s Hair
Gaara has very long and full hair.
To draw the hair, begin to draw a zigzag line on his forehead; this shows the limit of the hair on his face; the hair doesn’t cover the eyes or any features of the face.
Draw a full zigzag above the head; make sure the hair starts from the side of his neck and ends at the other side of the neck.
The top of his hair is star-like because the zigzag was not closely packed with the top of his hair; it looks scanty.
The hair is also connected to the ears, making the edges of the zigzag very sharp so the hair can look more pragmatic.
Draw Outlines For Gaara’s Shirt & Pant
Gaara is putting on a turtle neckcloth that has a button at the center; this cloth turtle neck is connected to the lines that form his neck; the full cloth of Gaara is not seen because the jacket covers it all, only the top (neck) is seen.
The pant is connected to the waist.
To draw the left pant, draw a freehand vertical line from the big circle (that serves as the waist) downward and curve the line inwardly when it gets to the point of the knee and draw it down so it can form the down part of his pant.
Draw a freehand vertical line from the knee downward, and curve where it is necessary so it can look pragmatic.
Draw a slightly curved horizontal at the knee, double the slightly curved horizontal, so it looks like he tied a robe at his knee, finish the left pant by drawing a curved horizontal line at the bottom of the vertical lines.
For the right pant, draw a small vertical line from the circle.
Joining the vertical line that runs to the left pant.
At the end of the small vertical line, curve it inwardly, draw a small horizontal line at the curved area, and draw another small vertical line at the bottom of the first vertical line so that it looks like he tied a robe at his right thigh.
Draw the vertical line downward and also curve it inwardly when it gets to the knee point.
Draw it down till it meets the down part of his jacket, draw a small vertical line from the bottom of the coat, so it looks like the continuation of the vertical line, draw a small vertical line close to the edge of the coat, and draw a horizontal line from the small vertical line to the other, this is the right pant.
Draw Outline for Gaara’s Sleeve & Crimson Coat
The sleeve is connected to the neck and the turtle neck of his inner wear.
To draw the sleeve, draw a convex line starting from the top of the vertical line to the other vertical line, this is the sleeve for the left arm.
Draw a convex line from the top of the vertical line(right) passing through outside of the vertical line to the left side of the sleeve, this is a sleeve for the right arm.
Make sure the right sleeve crosses the left sleeve, to make this sleeve more practical since the right sleeve is on the left sleeve, draw the right sleeve, draw a freehand convex line from the horizontal line of the chest.
Make sure this convex line is behind the first convex line you drew for the basics of your arm.
At the elbow joint of the right sleeve, draw a vertical line from there besides the convex straight line.
At the end of the lines draw a vertical line to complete the right-hand sleeve.
At the middle of the vertical line (at the elbow joint) draw a small vertical line pointing downward, draw a vertical line from the left shoulder to the right sleeve, this is the upper part of the crimson coat.
Draw a vertically curved line from the top of the horizontal line downward, draw a small horizontal line to join the tip of the right sleeve with the vertical line, and draw a convex line from the top of the left crimson coat to the middle of the right sleeve so that it becomes more obvious that the left sleeve is being covered by the right sleeve.
Draw another small vertical line from the tip of the convex line for the right sleeve down so that it shows the elbow joint of the left-hand sleeve.
Draw Gaara’s Jacket
Gaara wears a jacket on his cloth.
To draw the jacket, draw a rectangle at the center of the shirt, make sure the edges of the jacket are curved, and his hands are covering the jacket so that only the upper and lower part of the jacket is seen.
The lower part is where you draw the rectangle; on the rectangle is where you will draw the belt.
For the upper part of the jacket, draw a vertical line from the left shoulder to the right sleeve, and draw a vertical line from the collar of the cloth to the right sleeve.
Hence, it shows the space between the upper jacket. Draw two vertical lines at the center of the rectangular shape.
Draw Gaara’s Belt
The belt is on the jacket.
To draw the jacket, draw a small square at the center of the small rectangle.
Draw small horizontal lines at the edges of the square and join them together to form the front part of the belt, and draw a small rectangular shape at the sides of the square leaving space, this space shows the cloth covering some parts of the belt.
The belt also extends to the lower part of the main belt; draw a bent rectangular shape from the gourd to the right side of the waist, and draw another horizontal rectangle, showing that the first one is resting on the second one.
Draw Gaara’s Sandal
Gaara’s sandal shows his feet, and the sandal is attached to the pant.
To draw the sandal for the left leg, trace down the trapezoid you drew for the basics of the sandal, draw a horizontal curve at the bottom of the trapezoid, this is the sole of the sandal, and draw a vertical line from the horizontal line of the pant down so that it separates the thumb from other toes.
For the right sandal, draw a parallelogram and join it to the pant by a small vertical line, draw a curve line at the bottom of the parallelogram, this is the sole of the sandal, and the right leg is pointing outward.
Therefore, the sandal should also be pointing outward, drawing a vertical line from the horizontal line down, separating the thumb from the other toes.
Gaara Gourd Drawing
To draw the gourd, draw a curve from the left side of the hair and curve it inwardly and, draw it down to the down part of the coat.
Draw a curved horizontal line from the curved area of the gourd to the side of his waistline, and draw another curved horizontal line below the one you drew to the same waistline.
Repeat the same curved horizontal line till the horizontal line is already four or five in numbers, this is the robe used to tie the gourd.
Draw a small oval circle on the curve, and add another smaller circle at the top of the circle so that it looks like the opening of the gourd.
Finally, draw a big curve on the right side from the waistline to his thigh, so it looks like the continuation of the gourd.
Draw the Symbols on His Forehead
For his symbol, make some dots in an ununiformed way on the left side of the forehead.
The symbol is patterned in a way that looks like the Chinese language, the symbol is directly above the left eyes and below the hair.
Trace out all the necessary parts of the cloth, and add the buttons on the sleeve of the right hand.
Trace the hair with a thick line, and trace out the border of the gourd with a thick line.
Add some zigzag pattern on the gourd, so it looks more practical, trace out the vital part of his feet and sandal, and trace out the border of his coat.
Enhance the Outline
Use a thick line for the mouth, the eyes, the ear, the fingers, the nose, and even his toes. With this, you are finished with the Gaara Drawing
Conclusion To Gaara Drawing
Now you should be able to make out your own Gaara; Gaara is very simple to draw.
All you need to do is get all your necessary materials ready and make sure you create a time for Gaara drawing.
Drawing Gaara is not difficult; it requires patience and with these steps am sure you can draw out your Gaara. Have fun!!.
Enjoy the Gaara Drawing!!