: Megumi, Neji, Tanaka, Giyuu, Kiba, Endeavor, Ushijima, Kabuto, Chrome, Nanami, Junpei, Choji, Orochimaru, Kirishima, Reiner, Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Shikamaru, Gaara, Shinobu, Tsukishima, Deku, Ymir, Dabi, Rengoku, Maki, Dimple, Tengen, Liebe, Hinata, Armin, Killua, Hisoka, Tsu, Shiggy, Lee, Gon, Tendou, Mob, Sugawara, Innosuke, Senku, Hinata, Hoshiumi, All Might, Tokoyami, Panda, Bertolt, Yamaguchi, Sasuke, Sukuna, Kimimaro, Yuno, Akkashi, Bokuto, Bakugou, Tamaki, Nishinoya, Gen, Ten Ten, Gene, Ijichi, Annie, Mr. Aizawa, Tsukasa, Illumi, Daki, Asahi, Temari, Gojo Sensei, Mikasa, Mina, Getou, Akaza, Itadori, Uraraka, Jiro, Kenma, Asta, Hange, Present Mic, Leorio, Meruem, Itachi, Hado, Historia, Kakashi Sensei, Kankuro, Momo, Naruto, Levi, Bisky, Todoroki, Mahito, Enmu, Iida, Gyutaro, Eren, Daichi, Kuroo, Nezuko, Inumaki, Sero, Regan, Denki, Kurapika, Nobara, Sakura, Yuta, Kageyama, Guy Sensei, Muzan, Mirio, Oikawa, Jiraiya, Nene, Hanako-kun, Kou, Tsukasa (TBHK), Mitsuba, Yamato Danchou, Deidara, Sasori, Kisame, Lady Tsunade, Sai, Konohamaru, Obito.
To draw anime, one should start by sketching the basic shapes of the character or object using basic geometric shapes such as circles, rectangles, and triangles. This can help to create accurate proportions and poses. Next, you can add details such as facial features, clothing, and hair.
When drawing anime characters, it's important to pay attention to their facial expressions and body language, as these are key elements in conveying emotion and character in anime. Use reference images and study the structure of the head, eyes, nose, mouth and ears.
It is also important to practice to get the desired look of anime, as well as to learn different techniques and styles. You can also use digital tools such as drawing tablets and software to draw anime.
Some examples of anime drawing software are:
-CLIP STUDIO PAINT
These software can be downloaded and used for free or paid.