How to Draw Kai from Ninjago

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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Kai from Ninjago

How to Draw a Great Looking Kai from Ninjago for Kids and Beginners - Step 1

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1. Begin by drawing an inverted "U" shaped line to form the top of the head. Connect the ends of the "U" using a curved line. Double this line back upon itself on each end. Then, draw short, curved lines overlapping these ends. This forms the scarf or mask that covers Kai's face.

Easy Kai from Ninjago Drawing - Step 2

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2. Draw two curved, parallel lines across the top of the face, overlapping the edge of the figure. Connect them with wavy lines. This forms the band Kai wears just above his eyes.

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Easy Kai from Ninjago Drawing - Step 3

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3. Erase lines from behind the headband. Then, draw two curved lines connecting the headband to the scarf. This indicates Kai's face, peering out from behind his headwrap. Draw a small rectangle just below the headband.

Easy Kai from Ninjago Drawing - Step 4

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4. Extend a pair of lines from beneath the head, and connect them on each end. Enclose three small rounded shapes on top of the object. Under the neck, draw a trapezoid using straight lines. This forms Kai's torso. Draw a straight line parallel to the bottom of the shape. Enclose a round shape in the middle of this rectangle, which is Kai's belt.

Extend two pairs of lines from it, and connect them on the ends, erasing as necessary. This is the knot of the belt. Draw lines across the knot, the belt, and the belt ends, indicating creases in the cloth.

Easy Kai from Ninjago Drawing - Step 5

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5. Draw diagonal lines across the torso. Then, draw diagonal lines in the other direction, disappearing behind the previous lines. On one side of the chest, draw a small circle with an even smaller diamond inside.

Easy Kai from Ninjago Drawing - Step 6

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6. Enclose a narrow rectangle beneath the torso. Then, draw a vertical rectangle. This forms one of Kai's legs. Extend a short, straight line from the side of the leg.

Easy Kai from Ninjago Drawing - Step 7

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7. Enclose a second rectangle, forming the remaining leg.

Add More Details to Your Kai from Ninjago Picture - Step 8

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8. Use curved lines to enclose the irregular shapes of Kai's arms. At the bottom of each arm, draw a crescent moon shape to form the hand. Connect each hand to its arm using two short lines. Beneath each leg, enclose a rectangle to form the foot. Then, band each leg with two straight lines. Draw diagonal lines between them.

Complete the Outline of Your Kai from Ninjago Drawing - Step 9

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9. Detail Kai's face. Use curved lines for the eyebrows, and a small circle within a circle for each eye. On the headband, draw a small rectangle with circles above and below it. Then, draw the swords.

Use a series of curved lines to enclose two wavy, roughly rectangular shapes. Draw lines and "X" shapes across them to texture the sword handles. Use pairs of lines that meet at sharp points to draw the blades on the other side.

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Color Kai. He typically wears red, yellow, and black clothing.

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"As long as there's something worth fighting for, there's always a need for a Ninja. And we'll be ready!"
― Kai, Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Kai is a Ninja of Fire, and as such he is independent, impulsive, and has a quick temper. Formerly, he was a blacksmith and a weapons maker. He is one of six teenage Ninja trained by Sensei Wu in the art of Spinjitzu. Together, they fight the forces of evil in order to protect the land of Ninjago.

The Ninjago theme was released by Lego in 2011. Ninjago encompasses Lego playsets, an animated television series, a movie, and other merchandise.

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