This lesson will be very interesting and exciting for you, because in it, you will learn how to draw Uraraka step by step.
I am glad to offer you another exciting character drawing lesson, and in it, you will learn how to draw Uraraka step by step. This lesson consists of nine simple steps that any aspiring artist or child can easily follow.
Uraraka is a Class 1-A student at Yuuei Academy, training to become a Pro Hero. Uraraku is loved by many due to its playful nature. She is a friendly, energetic person with a positive attitude towards everything.
She worries about little things and has a habit of taking everything to heart. If the situation requires it, the girl becomes extremely determined, focused and in some ways frightening, which can come as a surprise to others. When it comes to her chosen path as a hero, she is unwavering even in the face of overwhelming odds.
As for her appearance, Uraraka has shoulder-length brown hair and large round brown eyes. She has two long strands of hair in the front and a short bob in the back. She has special pads on her fingertips, similar to animal paw pads, used to activate her superpowers.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw Uraraka
- Add the outline of Uraraki’s hair.
Above the previously drawn curved line, add several curved lines of varying lengths.
- Depict the upper body.
Below the previously drawn outline of the head, draw a few broken curved lines.
- Sketch out the belt.
To depict the character’s lower torso, use arcs and rounded lines.
- Draw Uraraka’s legs.
Below the previously drawn elements, add two legs using curved lines of different sizes.
- Sketch out one arm of the character.
On the left side of the previously drawn torso, depict one arm laid aside.
- Add another hand.
Now you should depict the arm on the right side of the torso, symmetrical to the drawn one.
- Draw the facial features of the character.
Depict the eyebrows, eyes, and mouth using arcs, incomplete circles, ovals and curved lines.
- Color the drawing.
To color Uraraka, use beige, light purple, black, pink and brown.
So that you don’t lose this lesson and can return to it at any time convenient for you, I have created a PDF file in which you can find a short version of this lesson, as well as additional useful materials.