Let’s get started with the Tony Tony Chopper Drawing.
Tony Chopper is a fictional character featured in the manga and anime series “One Piece.”
He is the doctor of the Straw Hat Pirates and joins them during their journey.
Here’s a simple tutorial on drawing him with just a few lines and dots.
He has big, round eyes, large lips covered with bandages, two antennae protruding from his head, and a green nose.
He is always seen wearing shorts or pants topped off by an oversized lab coat with many pockets for storing medical instruments.
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How To Draw Tony Tony Chopper From One Piece
Draw Chopper’s Pose
To draw the chopper’s pose, start with a very big circle, this circle should be big so that other features can fix it, this circle is the head.
Draw another circle under the big circle, this circle should be smaller than that of the head (one-fourth of the head) and the bottom or down part of the circle should be slightly flat, this is the stomach.
Chopper Head Drawing
After drawing the head, draw a vertical line inside the big circle, this vertical line should come out of the big circle a bit.
Draw another horizontal line on the vertical line, this line should be below the circle (one-third of the circle).
Draw a very long horizontal line at the center of the big circle crossing the vertical line, the horizontal line should come out of the circle a bit.
Draw a small vertical line to mark the end of the horizontal line, this is where the eyebrow will be fixed.
Draw an ellipse on the big circle which meets the small vertical lines marking the end of the horizontal line(that was drawn inside the big circle).
Draw Chopper’s Facial Features
To draw the eyebrow, draw a slightly bend horizontal line under the long horizontal line that runs through the ellipse, this is the eyebrows.
The eyes are under the eyebrows and above the nose.
Draw a circle that is on the horizontal line that was drawn inside the circle of the head, draw another circle inside the eyes but make sure it’s centered (the horizontal line passes through it), this circle inside is the pupil of the eyes.
The space between the circles is the iris.
The nose is under the eyes, and it’s also above the mouth; drawing the nose is also another easy step in achieving the completion of the facial features.
Draw a small concave curve and cover it up with another convex, the convex (down) should have more depth than the concave, and the nose should be aligned so the vertical line that runs through the head will be at the center of the nose.
The mouth is below the nose and is attached to a tongue.
Draw two convex curves at the sides of the vertical line while the edges of the convex meet on the vertical line of the head, so it looks like using convex curves to write “W” draw another convex curve at the bottom of the “W,” this convex must have a depth and be aligned to the vertical line of the head, this is the tongue.
Chopper Jaw Drawing
The chopper’s jaw is very easy to draw; trace the lower part of the big circle (head) into the jaw shape of the chopper; the jaw is very wide and has an attachment at the left side of the face (left hand).
Draw Chopper’s Appendages
The appendages here mean the hands and the legs.
To draw the hands know that Chopper has two shorthands which are left and right hand.
The left hand is attached to the jaw and the ellipse of the head while the right hand is attached to the stomach.
To draw the left hand, draw a small circle beside the jaw and attached it to the ellipse.
Draw two horizontal lines from the bottom of the circle of the head and another one from the top of the circle for the stomach meeting the circle of the hand, this horizontal line is the left arm.
Draw a curved line inside the circle so it looks like the circle is divided, draw two vertical lines forming a “V” shape on the upper part of the curved line.
Draw another vertical line on the left side “V” shape so it looks like the upper part of a crab.
For the right hand, draw a curve line from the right side of the circle (head).
Outside the circle, draw a vertical line from the curved line to the point where the curved line ends.
Draw a circle at the end of these lines, draw a concave curve inside the circle, and draw a vertical line at the center of this concave curve.
Finish the right hand by joining the vertical line to the two ends of the concave curve so it looks like the top (mouth) of a crab, this is the right hand, for the left hand draw two small circles under the vertically curved line of the hand.
Draw two curves from the sides of the circle of the stomach to the bottom of the circle but make sure the two lines are not close together.
The space between these curves is what separates the legs.
Draw two vertical lines downward at the center of these curves, this is the legs.
To draw the shoes, draw a semi-circle at the end of each vertical line.
Draw a horizontal line joining the ends of these semi-circles together, draw a curve inside the semi-circle, and draw another curve from the end of this curve downward, so it shows the front part of the shoes.
Draw Chopper’s Outfit
Chopper is using a robe with a knot in front of the robe.
Drawing the robe is very easy.
Draw a curved vertical line at the sides of the small circle (stomach), the vertical line for the right hand should pass through the right hand, and draw a horizontal line in a wave-like pattern to the chopper’s shoe.
For the left vertically curved line, make sure it passes through the left hand.
Draw a horizontal line like a wave-like pattern to the left side of the shoe.
To draw the knot of the robe, draw a small circle at the left side of the vertical line that runs from the head (the bottom of the vertical line).
Draw two circles which is bigger than the first circle at the sides of the small circle in a way that the two circles are a bit far apart.
The circle on the right side of the small circle should have a sharp edge, so it doesn’t form a full circle but looks like a semi-circle.
Inside the right circle, draw a small oval shape attached to the small circle of the knot.
Inside the left circle, draw two bent vertical lines inside it. Still, these lines should not be too close together.
With this step, you are done with the front part of the robe (robe knot)
Chopper Hat Drawing
The hat is another important part of the chopper’s outfit.
The hat is very big that it covers the whole head of the chopper and has only the features of the face left.
Draw a concave curve below the upper part of the ellipse, this concave should meet the two sides of the ellipse.
Therefore, the concave must be as wide as the ellipse.
Draw another concave under the first concave leaving a little space behind, this is the first step to drawing the hat.
Draw three different vertical lines on the head and ellipse.
Draw two vertical lines on the ellipse beside the head and draw the last vertical line at the center of the head.
Draw a curve from the left vertical line to the right vertical line, so it touches the vertical line in the middle.
Draw a convex curve at the two sides of the vertical lines.
Make sure the convex curve is resting little on the two vertical lines at the sides.
Draw a horizontal line joining each end of the convex together so that it looks like half of a circle (diameter).
Draw a vertically curved line inside these half of a circle(diameter).
These vertically curved lines should be five in numbers (three together and the two separately), draw a small concave curve joining two vertically curved lines together so it looks like that of fingers.
Draw curves at the sides of the ellipse of the head.
Make sure the curves are facing the ellipse.
Draw a vertical (straight line) at the center of these curves.
Draw curves from the bottom of the diameter to the curve you drew on the ellipse, this curve should exceed or extend out of the curves.
Draw another curves line beside these already existing curves and join them together using small curves so it looks like the thumb.
Draw an “X” alphabet (using a block method in order to make it bold) at the center of the vertical line you drew in the middle of the three vertical lines of the hat, and draw another concave curve above the facial features of the head and below the two curves of the ellipse.
Draw a slightly convex curve under the vertical lines that you drew inside the diameter.
Draw a vertical line inside the space between the convex and the lower part of the diameter, making two edges by joining the convex to the bottom of the diameter so that it looks like a fork.
Add Details In Your Chopper Drawing
Draw two separate vertically curved lines inside the thumb of the left side of the hat.
Make dots inside the space of the two vertical lines you drew inside the thumb.
The thumb on the right side of the chopper doesn’t have dots, make dots on the ellipse without touching the facial features (face), and makes dots at the lower parts of the “X” that was written in the block which was at the center of the vertical line of the hat.
Make dots on the jaw, and draw a small curved horizontal line at the bottom of the small circle (stomach).
Draw a slightly curved vertical line joining from the end of the horizontal line to the right thigh, making small dots inside the stomach.
Use thick lines for the border of the hat, use thick lines for the “X” alphabet on the hat, shade the small circle inside the eyes (pupil), shade the fork-like pattern inside the diameters of the hat, and add shading to the horizontally curved line of the stomach.
Don’t forget to use thick lines for the show and also the outfit (robe), use thick lines for the nose, mouth, and tongue, and use thick lines for the border of the hands and arms.
And finally, erase all the excess dots and lines in your drawings.
Conclusion To Chopper Drawing
Chopper Drawing is very easy, all you need to do is get all the necessary materials needed for your drawing.
Most importantly, you can get a picture or image of a chopper for a better reference.
Know that drawing may take time, but it will surely come out well when you give it your time.
With all these steps am sure you can easily draw a chopper at your convenient space and pace.