How to Draw Yugi Muto from Yu-Gi-Oh with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Cartoon drawing tutorials for beginners and everyone.
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I have prepared a great drawing lesson in which I will be able to tell and show you how to draw Yugioh step by step. This step-by-step tutorial is dedicated to the image of a comic book character.
If you are a fan of manga, then this guide will surely satisfy you. A novice artist without too much drawing experience, as well as a child, can easily cope with the implementation of this tutorial.
“Yu-Gi-Oh!” is an adventure manga by Kazuki Takahashi and an anime adaptation of the same name. Yugioh is a fifteen-year-old schoolboy with short stature and star-shaped hair. He is the best player in “Duel Monsters”.
One day, he assembles the Millennium Puzzle, whereby he merges with the soul of a pharaoh who lived 3,000 years ago. His nature is kind, gentle but always ready to stand up to protect his friends. In duels and tense situations, he is replaced by Atem, the mysterious spirit of the Millennium Puzzle.
Yugi Muto from Yu-Gi-Oh Drawing Step by Step
Step 1. Draw the outline of the character’s head.
Draw an arc as shown in the picture to draw the head.
Step 2. Add facial features.
Next to the arc drawn earlier, draw the eyes and mouth using arcs and curves.
Step 3. Sketch the character’s hair.
On the top of the head depicts a bouncy hairstyle with pointed elements.
Step 4. Add sections of hair.
Inside the previously drawn outline of the hairstyle, draw straight and curved lines.
Step 5. Draw the outline of the character’s body.
Below the previously drawn head, draw the torso, arms, and legs using curved lines.
Step 6. Sketch the shoes and outfit elements.
Depicts your character’s fluttering cape and boots with straight and curved lines.
Step 7. Add decorative elements.
On the right side of the body, describe the element with circles, lines, and curves.
Step 8. Finish drawing the elements of the dress.
Use straight and curved lines to add details on the arms as well as stripes on the suit.
Step 9. Color the drawing.
Use yellow, beige, purple, pink, brown and gray.