manga Drawing Tutorial

How to draw 'Haruhi' (Ouran High School Host Club)

In this tutorial you will learn how to draw 'Haruhi' from the Japanese television series 'Ouran High School Host Club'.

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Tools used: This tutorial can be done using pencils or any drawing software




Step 1

First draw a circle.


Step 2

Now draw a small line (1-2cm) coming out of the bottom of the circle.



Step 3

Next draw two diagonal lines moving back towards the circle from the bottom of the small line.


Step 4

Curve the diagonal lines slightly, so that they look more natural. Also rub out the small line.


Step 5

Just resting on the inside of the circle, draw two ovals (these will be the ears).



Step 6

Next we add the hair. Draw some different shaped spikes with rounded edges across the middle of the head, just above the ovals.


Step 7

Try smoothing out the top of the head and some of the spikes. Now would also be a good point to start rubbing out any unwanted lines.


Step 8

Now you draw two circles for the eyes, just below the hair.


Step 9

Inside the cirlces, draw an oval (this will be the pupil). Above the eye draw a smooth curve, and another curve above that.


Step 10

Rub out the circles around the eye. Draw some eyebrows above the eye too.


Step 11

Next draw a line from the hair down the face (it should end where the ears end).


Step 12

Now draw a small line across the bottom of the face to make the mouth, and a thinner line underneath that.


Step 13

Now just add some finishing touches.


Step 14

All you need to do now is to add some colour and a background and there you have it! Haruhi!

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