How to draw Tobi (Obito Uchiha) from Naruto with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw cartoons for beginners and all.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Contrary to image tutorials, this will be an easy tutorial. First things first. Start with a circle for his head and then add guides to the face. You’ll then sketch the odd shape of his upper body, and then draw a blade-like shape for his cape that’s in action mode. Finally, draw outline shapes for his thighs and legs, then add shapes for a close-up view of his individual hand.
All you have to do here is sketch out the initial shape of the vertical cape collar. Once done, you can draw the front outline of the mask, and then draw some of Tobi’s shoulders.
Here you will add the swirl design on the mask, and then outline his short spiky hairstyle. Once done, draw the zipper line, then outline the left hand and arm as you see here. The best thing to do is to zoom in on this step to see all the details.
Add detail or definition to his palm, then draw kinky or wavy lines to the cape as you see here. Once that’s done, you can draw some Akatsuki clouds. Be sure to take your time with this lesson as it is really fun.
Well you guys are almost done. All you need to do now is outline the rest of the cape and then add the wavy lines and pleated lining. Finish drawing the vertically placed zipper, and then finish this step by drawing a few more Akatsuki clouds.
Here it is, you are in your final drawing step. All you need to do is sketch his pants and legs, then draw his legs and shoes. Add details and strokes to the pants, then add details to his legs. Erase all the guides and shapes that you drew in step one so that you have a nice clean drawing to color in.
Guess what you did? Draw Tobi! See how simple and fun this tutorial is. Now you have to color him so that his bright orange mask looks normal. I had fun drawing with you guys, and hope you guys will join me again for more fun drawing. Well done, and keep up the good work!