Kiba Inuzuka Drawing: Step by Step Instructions

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Do you want to learn how to draw Kiba? Let me walk you through step-by-step approaches to drawing Kiba Inuzuka without wasting your time. Let’s go!

Kiba is an Inuzuka, one of the four ninja clans in Naruto.

The clan focuses on tactics where its members take out enemies with their strong jaws and sharp teeth.

Kiba has a red marking on his cheeks, and his skin is mottled with shades of grey.

I love Inuzuka Kiba’s hairstyle and color (brown), a popular color combination in the Naruto series.

Before you start, I suggest you get an image of Kiba so that you can refer to it as you draw him.

How to Draw Kiba Inuzuka from Naruto Shippuden (Step by Step Tutorial)

Draw Kiba’s Pose

Have you ever wondered why it’s so easy for people to draw without any traces of error?

The truth is that they already have the full knowledge of how to start and what the next step may be.

Back to business, let’s begin with the pose; draw the head with a circle (slightly oval) which should not be too small, and add the horizontally curved lines for the eyes, nose, and mouth.

The horizontal line of the eyes is wider than that of the mouth and nose; also leave space between these horizontally curved lines.

Draw a vertically curved line on the circle of the head so that it crosses the horizontally curved lines of the facial features.

For the neck, add a vertical line under the circle of the head.

For the chest, you can quickly do that by adding a trapezoid shape under the vertical line of the neck; make sure the vertical line is facing the right direction.

For the waist, draw a circle below the trapezoid shape of the chest (under the trapezoid); ensure this circle is bigger than the head.

Draw the arms so that the right arm points towards the direction of the circle of the waist while the left is pointing upward.

For the legs, draw a slightly bent vertical line for the right leg and a slant line for the left leg.

You can finish the pose by adding the basic shapes of the hands under the lines of the arms and the basic shape of the feet under the vertical lines of the legs.

Draw Kiba’s Pose

Draw Kiba’s Jaw and Forehead Protector

The next step here is to draw the jaw; the jaw is attached to the circle of the head; trace down the lower part of the circle into the shape of the jaw. The jaw makes the lower part of the head slightly blunt while forming the natural shape of the chin.

To draw the forehead protector, you have to draw the upper part of the jacket, which covers part of the forehead protection so that you won’t have a problem while fixing the forehead protector.

Draw Kiba’s Jaw and Forehead Protector

Draw the Upper Part of the Jacket

So, let’s take a closer look at the easy way to do that so you won’t waste time on that and can easily fix the forehead protector.

The upper part of the jacket is attached to the head and can be replicated using lines.

Draw a zigzag line from the left and right side of the circle of the head and join it to the curved part of the jaw so that the zigzag lines form edges pointing towards the face.

Add another zigzag line on top of the zigzag line you drew at the sides of the head (this top zigzag line should be in the form of a horizontal line).

You are almost there! Finish the upper part of the jacket by drawing a zigzag line around the circle of the head, and ensure the ends of the zigzag line are attached to the sides of the jaw.

Now draw the forehead protector by drawing a horizontally curved line on the forehead (meeting the sides of the upper part of the jacket), draw a bent line above the horizontally curved line, and add the symbol on the forehead protector.

Draw the Upper Part of the Jacket

Draw Kiba’s Neck

The next step here is to draw the neck, draw a vertical line from the left side of the jaw to the upper part of the chest, and that’s all for the Kiba’s neck.

Draw Kiba’s Neck

Draw Kiba’s Eyes

Do I still have your attention? Let’s quickly add the facial features, and then we can easily move to the next step.

Please start with the eyes. Please draw the shape of the eyes (rectangle) so it is slightly bent.

To draw his pupils and eyebrow add a convex curve inside the shape of the eyes; this is for the pupils of the eyes.

The eyebrows are above the shape of the eyes and can be replicated by drawing a horizontally curved line.

Draw Kiba’s Eyes

Draw Kiba’s Mouth and Nose

To finish the facial features, we need to add the nose and mouth.

For the nose, add a vertically curved line at the side of the vertically curved line of the head so that it touches the horizontal line you drew for the basic of the nose, make a dot beside the vertically curved nose, and that’s all for the nose.

For the mouth, you don’t have to spend much time on this since you know the mouth is under the nose; draw a horizontally curved line for the mouth so that it also aligns with the basis of the mouth.

Draw Kiba’s Mouth and Nose

Draw Kiba’s Biker Jacket

Kiba is wearing a biker jacket that covers the upper part of the body, including the arms.

Draw two vertical lines at the upper part of the chest so that these lines form a “V” shape on the chest, draw a curved line from the top of the chest, which should be pointing towards the direction of the arms.

Add another curved line from the chest so that the line of the arms appears at the middle of these lines of the jacket; this serves as the sleeves of the jacket.

Add zigzag lines to join the curved lines of the sleeves together, and add more zigzag lines so that they have a random sharp edge; these will serve as the woolly part of the jack at the helm of the jacket’s sleeves while minding the direction of the arms.

At this point, you can easily play around by drawing out the hand attached to the sleeve’s woolly part so that the right hand’s fingers are resting on the right side of the waist while the fingers on the left hand are stylishly pointing up.

I know you cannot wait to see what the “biker jacket” is like; therefore, complete the jacket by drawing a vertically curved line from the sleeve down to the sides of the circle of the waist, and join these lines together with a horizontally curved line; this is for the lower part of the jacket.

Draw a rectangular shape at both the left and right side of the jacket (close to the lower part of the jacket); this is for the jacket’s pockets, and add the lines for the jacket’s zip from the “V” shape of the chest to the lower part of the jacket; ensure the zip is at the center of the jacket.

Draw Kiba’s Biker Jacket

Draw Kiba’s Pant and Pocket

Kiba is wearing three-quarter pants that only cover the knees and not the full legs, and this pant has a pocket attached to them, so let me show you an easy way to draw the pant and pocket inclusive.

Draw a vertical line from the side of the circle of the waist towards the direction of the legs; draw another vertical line from the circle of the waist but let the vertical line be at the center (under) of the circle of the waist.

Join these lines together with a horizontally curved line below the knee.

For the pocket, draw four different horizontally curved lines at the right side of the pant (thigh) and draw a slant line beside the thigh so that the end is bent towards the last horizontally curved line.

Draw the upper part of the pocket with a bent line in alignment to the body of the pocket, and that’s all so you can confidently move to the next step.

Draw Kiba’s Pant and Pocket

Draw Kiba’s Legs and Footwear

Since the pant covers two-thirds of the legs, let’s draw the remaining part of the legs and fix the footwear.

Draw vertical lines under the horizontally curved line of the pant; that the vertical line you drew for the basis of the leg is showing in the middle of these vertical lines.

Finish the legs by joining these vertical lines with a curved horizontal line on the calf of the leg.

We are almost there; add the footwear. Begin with the upper part of the footwear by drawing vertically curved lines at the sides of the horizontally curved line of the legs and join these lines with another horizontally curved line, so it forms the natural shape of the upper part of the footwear.

Draw a curved line from the footwear’s upper part to the feet’ basic shape. You can now manipulate the basic shape of the feet to the shape of the footwear so that the left footwear faces the front while the right footwear faces the right side of the body.

Add a curve line on the shape of the footwear, so it serves as the design on it.

Add vertically curved lines under the curved line of the design with a small circle beside the vertically curved line; this serves as the toes and the shape of the toenails, respectively.

Draw a wavy line under the footwear, so it serves as the sole of the footwear.

Draw Kiba’s Legs and Footwear

Add Details to Your Kiba Inuzuka Drawing

Basically, you are done with your “drawing,” All you need now is to add the necessary details on Kiba’s outfit without neglecting the outlines.

To start with, draw the shape of the face paint on his right and left cheeks; this helps to add more enhancement to his facial expression; add lines to the top of the “V” shape of the jacket, which is for his neck bone.

Add dots to the sides of the forehead protector.

Use a thick line for the border of the outfit and outline and erase all the excess lines and dots on the drawing for you to have a better outcome.

Add Details to Your Kiba Inuzuka Drawing

Add Colors to Your Kiba Inuzuka Drawing

Do you know that adding color is not just adding beauty alone to your drawing?

It’s also another chance to have fun; think about that. This is the last step of your Kiba Inuzuka drawing which will automatically determine how your Kiba Inuzuka drawing will appear on your paper.

Use a blending color for your enhancement, and you can refer to your reference to better know what color to use.

Add shadow and highlighting to the outfit so it can be more enhanced.

Remember, this is your last chance to make your drawing attractive, so don’t rush while adding enhancement to your drawing.

Add Colors to Your Kiba Inuzuka Drawing

Conclusion to Kiba Inuzuka Drawing

Drawing Kiba Inuzuka might look difficult, but it is not if you have the proper approaches and steps.

Follow the simple steps above and also have fun while drawing.

Naturally, the drawing takes time and also requires a little effort, so don’t rush while drawing.

Take your time and enjoy every bit of the drawing.

Gather all the necessary equipment and materials such as pencil, eraser, ruler, color box, and many more so you won’t be delayed. Find yourself a convenient place to avoid distraction.

Enjoy your drawing!

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