How to Draw Shoto Todoroki

How to Draw Shoto Todoroki

Learn how to draw Todoroki Shoto from Boku No Hero Academia today! Shoto Todoroki (轟とどろき焦しょう凍と Todoroki Shōto) is a college student training to become a professional hero. He is the son of Enji Todoroki, the number one man in the arms industry.

One thing I really like about Shoto is his unique dual quirkiness. One half of his body is extremely cold while the other half is super hot. This allows him to create all sorts of strategies in battle and makes him a very unpredictable opponent. If you’re looking for a challenge, why not try drawing Todoroki today?

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Don’t forget to practice to get better at drawing your favourite My Hero Academia characters.

All the blue and green lines are just construction lines that will be erased later, so don’t press your pencil too hard. I will try to be as efficient as possible with the text, so I will only describe what needs to be explained.

Use the background to your advantage! If you are working with several images and want to glue them together, make sure there is enough room on the paper for the other steps. The size of this photo shows how much space you will need on the paper. You can find our My Hero Academia Bookmarks and My Hero Academia Thermos in our online shop along with our collections of clothing featuring your favourite heroes.

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Lighten all the construction lines by “dabbing” the kneaded gum onto the paper. Be sure to refer to the image below as you only need to ink specific sections of the construction lines.


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Wait until the ink is completely dry before erasing the construction lines.


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To add colours, first draw the colours with the appropriate colour or pencil.

If you want to become a real mangaka and create your own manga characters, make sure you practice drawing Todoroki Shoto from memory several times. Always compare the sketch to the original and correct any mistakes you find.

Go back and forth until you are satisfied with the result. The design doesn’t have to be exactly the same, so don’t worry about the small details. The most important thing is that the main shapes are correct and that the design is pleasing to the eye.

The best way to store a large number of manga shapes in your memory for future use is to do this exercise daily.


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