Rikka Takanashi Drawing From Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai

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Who is Rikka Takanashi?

Rikka Takanashi is a young student who attends her school’s Hero Training Program and is one of the main characters in the anime series Little Witch Academia.

Rikka was born in Japan and possesses magic powers, making her a witch-in-training.

She wears the standard uniform for a female student at Luna Nova Magical Academy.

Her eyes are greenish-brown, and her hair is brown; she has a skull design hairband.

She’s wearing a short-patterned skirt with flat shoes. She’s wearing a long sleeve jacket which covers all her body parts.

How to Draw Rikka Takanashi Step-by-Step

Drawing Rikka’s Pose

To know her pose or posture, start from the head, and draw a circle that is not too big nor too small, but of the size of the head.

Draw a vertical line inside the circle and a horizontal line for the basics of the eyes.

Draw a small horizontal line crossing the vertical line, this is for the nose.

Draw another little horizontal line under that of the nose, this is for the mouth, that is the basis for the head.

Draw a horizontally slant line under the head, draw vertical lines at the sides of the horizontal line under the head, and make sure these lines are slant so it forms the actual shape of her body; this is her chest.

Draw a big circle under the vertical lines of the chest, so it serves as the basis of her waist, draw lines from the end of these vertical lines of the chest to the sides of the big circle of the waist.

Draw a slightly bend line from the side of the horizontal line of the chest, these are the arms.

Draw a trapezoid shape at the end of the vertical line, this is for the hand.

For the main important part of the pose, you have to draw the legs.

Draw her left leg with a slight bend vertical line from the circle of the waist, and draw the right leg with a vertical bend line, so the upper part of the vertical line (thigh) is curved.

Draw a square shape at the bottom of the vertical lines of the legs, and this is the feet; her right feet are facing down while the left feet bend inwardly.

With these few approaches, you can now conclude that she’s standing while her right leg seems to bend inwardly like someone with a bow leg.

Drawing Rikka's Pose

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Draw Rikka’s Jaw, Eyes, Eyepatch, and Eyebrow

Rikka’s jaw is attached to the circle of the head.

To draw the jaw, trace the lower part of the circle to a jaw, and make sure the jaw doesn’t touch the sides of the circle; this is the jaw.

For the eyes, Rikka has one human eye, and another eye is not humanly which is covered by the eye patch (her right eye).

For the left eye, draw a circle of the eyes under the horizontal line of the head, which serves as the basis of the eyes.

Draw another small circle inside the circle of the eyes, this is the pupil.

Make a small curve inside the pupil to make it look more realistic.

For the eye patch, draw a horizontal line under the line of the basic and draw a vertical line from its end towards the vertical line of the head.

Draw another vertical line from the end of the first vertical line so that it forms an edge towards the vertical line of the head.

Finish the eye patch with a vertical slant line joining to the end of the last vertical line so that the eyes look like the upper part of the fork.

Draw the horizontal line at the edge of the eye patch so that it forms the proper shape of the eye patch; this horizontal line should be under the left eye.

For Rikka’s eyebrow, draw a horizontal line that is slightly curved on the horizontal line you drew for the basis of the eyes; this is the eyebrow.

You can also make a horizontal curved line under the eyebrow for the left eye, so it forms the upper eyelid of the left eye.

With these few approaches, you are successfully done with the jaw, eyes, eye patch, and eyebrow; therefore, you can move to the next step.

Draw Rikka's Jaw, Eyes, Eyepatch, & Eyebrow

Draw Rikka’s Neck, Mouth, and Nose

To draw the neck, you must first know that the neck is attached to the jaw under the big circle of the head.

Make two vertical lines under the jaw, and make sure the lines are not too close so you can get the proper shape of the neck. This is the visible part of the neck.

For the mouth, it would be easier and better to draw the nose before the mouth, draw a little horizontal line under the line (that was extended from the eye patch) while it’s on the vertical line of the head; this is for the nose.

Draw another horizontal line under the nose, which is for the mouth.

Draw Rikka's Neck, Mouth, and Nose

Draw Her Hair and Hairband

To draw Rikka’s hair, you can start from the left or right side of the head, the hair covers the upper part of the head.

Let’s start our drawing from the right side of her head.

Make a curve that runs from the side to the vertical line of the eye patch, make a vertically curved line from the right side of the head (inside the circle) to the curve you drew so it forms an edge pointing towards the direction of the eye patch.

Draw a vertically slant line from the curved line so it points towards the direction of the eye patch.

Draw another vertically curved line so it makes another edge of the hair that covers the eye patch.

Keep adding curved lines and vertical lines so it forms more edges while the lines are moving towards the upper part of the left side of the head.

draw a long vertical line from the end of the edges that point toward the upper part of her left side down,

Draw a vertical line joining to the long vertical line so that they both form the edge of her long hair that passes her left jaw.

Draw another long vertical line of the length of the first long vertical line from the left side of the head so that it passes through the circle of the head.

Draw a little line to join the long vertical line to the vertical line of the long hair.

Make a curved vertical line to the left side of her head so that it forms the basis of the hairband, and join the curved vertical line to the long line of the hair with a few lines so it forms an edge. This is the hair.

To draw the hairband, draw the pattern of the design hairband, which is on the last curved line.

Draw a slightly curved line from the design of the hairband pointing downward.

Draw another slightly curved line from the left hair, and join these slightly curved lines together with curve and line, so it forms the shape of the left side of the hair.

Makes a concave curve from the design of the hairband to the right side of the head, making sure the end of the concave curve is pointing outside.

Draw a concave curve on top of the hairband; you can also double the curve to make the upper part of the hairband real; this is the hairband.

You can also use the avenue to complete the hair by finishing the right side, drawing a horizontal line on the hair (close to the top of the head’s circle), and drawing a vertically curved line.

Hence, it looks like the continuation of the horizontal line, joining the end of the convex curve of the hairband to the side of the vertically curved line to form an edge.

Draw another curved line and join it to the last curved line with a line, so it forms the second edge, draw the little line at the end of the curved line and extend it to make a curved line pointing towards the shoulder, making a curve at the side of the jaw, join the curve to the extended line with a little line, so it forms the last edge pointing towards the shoulder.

With these approaches, you should be able to draw her hair and hairband.

Draw Her Hair and Hairband

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Rikka Takanashi Shirt Drawing

Drawing her shirt is the next step here; you need to start from the body and sleeves of the shirt before drawing the pattern on the shirt.

Make lines from the vertical lines of the neck so it forms a “V” shape of the cloth’s neck.

Draw a vertically slant line from the end of the “V” neck towards the shoulder, this is the upper part of the neck which you can also extend horizontally towards the joint of the shoulder and vertical lines of the chest, so it forms the shoulder of the shirt.

Draw a vertically slant line from the extended horizontal line towards the direction of the basis you made for arms.

Make a line from the end of these vertically slant lines towards the basic of the hand.

Draw a vertical line from the vertical line of the chest to the end of the line which you drew towards the hand, these are the sleeves of the shirt.

Trace down the vertical lines that made up the chest till it gets to the circle of the waist.

Draw two vertical lines forming an edge inside the circle, and join the ends of these vertical lines to the end of the traced line so it forms the actual shape and pattern of her shirt.

You can add an extra line at the bottom of the sleeves, so it looks more realistic.

To draw the pattern on her shirt, start with the design at the top of the uniform (her shirt), which looks like a bunch of cloth tied together; the top design is attached to the neck of the shirt with lines; make lines at the sides of her upper arm.

Make a “V” shape in the middle of her left arm while a slant line at the middle of the right arm.

Make three small circles under the first design of the shirt, and this is the button of her shirt; add a line at the bottom of the first button and the top of the second button, and draw a rectangle at the sides of the third circle close to the waistline, this is the pocket.

With these few approaches, you are done with her shirt.

Rikka Takanashi Shirt Drawing

Rikka Takanashi Fingers Drawing

The next step here is to draw the fingers.

Seeing the direction of the basic of the hand, you will see that her right hand is pointing downward while the left hand is pointing outward in a stylish way.

For the right fingers, make a slightly curved vertical line aligning to the side of the basis.

Draw another vertical to form the index finger, draw a vertical line from the line of the index finger, and make another line beside it, so it forms the middle finger while it is facing down.

Draw a vertically slant line from the line of the middle finger, make another curved line to join the vertical line to draw the ring finger, and add a small curved line beside the ring finger so it forms the pinkie finger; you can now draw the right thumb above the middle and ring finger, so it makes the fingers look more realistic, this is for the right-hand fingers.

For the left-hand fingers, draw the thumb first in the direction of the basis, and draw the other fingers so that they overlap each other while facing the proper direction. This is Rikka’s fingers.

Rikka Takanashi Skirt Drawing

Rikka is wearing a short and patterned skirt.

To replicate the skirt, draw vertically slant lines at the sides of the waist circle aligning to her shirt.

Please make sure the vertical slant line is not too long because of her short skirt, and draw a hill line joining the vertical slant lines together; this is the helm of her skirt.

Add three extra hill lines inside the skirt and draw vertical lines on these hill lines, forming the pattern of the skirt. This is Rikka’s short and patterned skirt.

Rikka Takanashi Skirt Drawing

Draw Her Leg, Socks, and Shoes

To draw her legs, Rikka’s right leg bends inwardly, while her left leg also bends inwardly in a fashion style.

Draw vertical lines from the helm of the skirt and curve it (to form the shin of her legs) down till it gets to the ankle.

Draw another vertical line from the middle of the helm of the skirt down, so you curve it at the knee point and draw it down to form the calf of the legs and the actual shape of her ankles.

Add lines at the knee joint, so it makes it look more pragmatic; these are Rikka’s legs.

To draw her socks is quite simple, draw a horizontal, slightly curved line at the thigh, so it shows the length of the socks; this is the socks.

To draw her shoes, the right shoe is facing downward while the left shoe bends inwardly; draw the upper part of the shoe and add two concave lines on it so it looks more realistic.

For the right shoe, draw the sole of the shoe and add the horizontal lines on it, so it looks real while for the left shoe.

Draw a vertical line from the ankle, so it forms the sole of the shoe and shows the side of the shoe, draw a curve under the shoe, this is the lower part of the shoe.

Draw a vertical line from the upper part of the shoe to the curve at the bottom, and add vertical and horizontal lines to the shoe to make it look more natural. These are her shoes.

Draw Rikka Takanashi Leg, Socks, and Shoes

Enhance Rikka’s Outfit

At this point, you are done with your drawing; all you need to do is erase excess lines and dots.

Use thick lines for the border of the outfit, including the hairband, and add shadings to the pocket.

Use thick lines for the border of the design on the shirts.

Use thin lines for the sole of the shoes, you can add shadow or highlighting to your drawing if that will make it look better.

Enhance Outline

Enhancement here means adding beauty to your drawing, especially the facial features.

Use a thick line for the eyebrows and eyelids.

Use a thin line for the eyepatch, and use a thick line for the border of the hair.

Use a thick line for the fingers, and shade the small circle for the pupil of the left eye while minding the curve inside it so it looks more natural.

Use thick lines for the neck so you can have a perfect drawing of Rikka Takanashi.

Enhance Outline

Conclusion to Rikka Takanashi Drawing

Drawing Rikka Takanashi might look too detailed or confusing but mind you, you wouldn’t know the fun and secret part of drawing it until you take a step.

With these few steps above, drawing Rikka Takanashi should be very simple and easy for you to do; get all the necessary materials ready.

You can also get an image of Rikka Takanashi for reference, which will give you an idea of her look.

Generally, drawing is not too easy and cheap, but with dedication and patience, you can achieve whatever is in your mind with your pencils.

Enjoy the Rikka Takanashi drawing!

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