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The Ultimate Drawing Guide to Drawing Deku

by Marco Harry
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Deku is the protagonist in My Hero Academia. He’s a boy with amazing powers that seem to come from his quirk, “Inhale.” Drawing Deku can be challenging because he has such an unusual shape! But don’t worry, we will go over how you draw him step by step!

1) First off you want to start off with a circle for the head. Then draw two little lines on either side of the circle along its length and make them meet at a point near where they are connected to create the bottom part of his nose.

2) Now take your pencil and draw a curved line across both sides of his face and connect it at the end like so You should.

You should also connect the bottom of his nose to where it touches both lines.

This is how you draw Deku’s face!

You can see that drawing Deku isn’t too hard because he has a pretty simple shape. It would be much more difficult if we were working with an anime character like Goku from Dragon Ball Z, for example! Now get out there and start practicing your skills by doing this tutorial on how to draw Deku step-by-step!”

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This concludes the first part of my blog post about drawing Deku deku! I hope you had fun learning and reading through it so far, and don’t forget: if you’re not sure how to go about any given instruction provided here, just look at a reference picture as well! A lot of people find that helps them get better at drawing Deku deku.

In the next paragraph, I will be summarizing all of the points that have been made in this long form content piece on how to draw Deku from My Hero Academia. This article explains what you need and provides a step-by-step guide for each instruction with pictures, plus some additional tips or tricks if they can help!

Let’s go over these drawings one by one:

o Step One: Draw an oval shape as your base carton

Drawing isn’t easy at first – but it gets easier with practice! Just like anything else worth doing well, effort is needed to get any results, so don’t give up when things aren’t going right away. Keep trying and experimenting until you find your own style and a method that works for you.

o Step Two: Draw two lines down the head to create a face shape

Drawing is not simply about copying something else, but also about creating something new from what’s in our imagination. As such, it can be helpful when drawing people or objects to have some reference material (e.g., pictures of other drawings). Drawing isn’t easy at first – but it gets easier with practice! Just like anything else worth doing well, effort is needed to get any results, so don’t give up when things aren’t going right away. Keep trying and experimenting until you find your own style and a method that works for you.

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