Dabi: How to Draw it?

Dabi: How to Draw it?

Let’s learn how to draw Dabi from My Hero Academia now! Dabi is a member of the villain group, the League of Villains. He is one of the main antagonists of My Hero Academia. Dabi has blue flame tattoos all over his body and can control fire.

In today’s tutorial we will learn how to draw Dabi step by step. We’ll start with a basic sketch of his face, then add some details to give him more character. By the end of this lesson, you’ll have a great drawing of Dabi that you can use as a reference for your own drawings or cosplays! So grab your pencils and let’s get started! Find our My Hero Academia Wall Art and My Hero Academia Posters in our online shop along with our collections of clothing featuring your favourite heroes.

Step 1

All the blue and green lines are just construction lines that will be removed later, so don’t press your pencil too hard. I will do my best to explain everything in terms you can understand.

It is easier to go through the steps in your head than on paper. Make sure there is enough space on the paper for the next steps. The dimensions in this picture are a good guide to how much space is needed.


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Dab the kneaded gum onto the paper to make all the construction lines clearer. Be sure to look at the image below when inking specific parts of the construction lines; only a few areas need to be inked.


Step 10

Wait until the ink has dried, then remove all the construction lines.


Step 11

To add colour, start with the right colour or draw the outline of the colour in pencil.

If you want to become a real manga artist and create your own manga characters, practice drawing Dabi from memory several times. Always compare the drawing to the source and correct any mistakes you discover.

Until you are satisfied with the result, repeat this process. The result does not have to be exactly the same; don’t worry about the details. The idea is to get the overall shapes right while maintaining a good look. This is the most effective way to memorise a large number of manga shapes so that you can draw and create your own manga characters.


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