Learn how to draw a great looking Hinata Hyuga from Naruto with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Hinata Hyuga from Naruto drawing.
Are you a ninja in training? Up your skills when you learn how to draw Hinata Hyuga from Naruto.
Who is Hinata Hyuga? She was once the heiress of the Hyuga clan, but she lost this position after being deemed unsuited for carrying out its responsibilities. She had to fight her younger sister to attain the position, and she was not willing to harm her.
Following the example of Naruto Uzumaki, Hinata decides to make changes in herself, and later joins the Uzumaki clan. On the day of their first meeting, Naruto stood up to Academy bullies harassing Hinata because of her unusual eyes.
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Hinata's admiration for Naruto grew to affection and love. She also cared for her family, despite being disinherited.
She once agreed to enter a marriage in order to save her sister, although this meant giving up on her feelings for Naruto.
Spoiler alert! Just as Naruto achieves his dream of becoming the Hokage, Hinata's dream of a relationship with Naruto also becomes reality. The two marry and raise several children together.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Hinata Hyuga from Naruto
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 1
1. Begin by sketching Hinata's anime eyes. Use thick lines to form the upper and lower portions of each eye. Notice that the lines do not meet at the sides. Draw a curved line above each eye to indicate the eyelid.
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw a curved line above each eye to form the brow. Then, enclose a partial circle within each eye. Use curved lines to outline the face, pointed at the chin. Then, use short curved lines to sketch the nose and mouth.
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 3
3. Next, draw Hinata's hair. Use long curved lines to draw the hair that falls across the sides of the face. Notice the short lines between the hair and face that outline the ears.
Then, draw the bangs. Draw narrow inverted "V" shapes connected by nearly straight lines at the bottom.
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 4
4. Continue drawing Hinata's hair. Use long curved lines to draw the hair on top of the head and at the sides. Notice how a line on each side meets a previous line at a sharp point. Don't forget to outline the neck, using two curved lines.
Your drawing of Hinata Hyuga's face and head is now ready.
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 5
5. Use overlapping curved lines to begin sketching Hinata's garment. Use one for the opening of the neck, two for the sides of the turtleneck, and another for the outer garment.
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 6
6. Use overlapping lines to continue to draw the garments. The overlaps add dimension to your drawing.
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 7
7. Enclose a rectangle with rounded corners on the neck of the garment. Then, use curved lines to continue the shoulders and sketch the arms.
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 8
8. Detail the metal plate of the forehead protector that she wears around her neck. Draw the Leaf Village symbol at its center - a spiral with a short straight line on one end and a small triangle on the other.
Draw three small circles on each side of the plate. Then, enclose a small oval shape at the front of the garment.
Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing - Step 9
9. Detail the garment. Draw a cross-hatch pattern near the V-neck of the garment, and curved lines across the shoulders and arms.
Complete Hinata Hyuga from Naruto Drawing
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