How to Draw SASUKE UCHIHA (Naruto Shippuden) Drawing Tutorial

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As promised, here is another anime related tutorial, this time on NARUTO’s friend/rival, SASUKE UCHIHA!

I hope you are enjoying my anime tutorials. I will do my best to include more anime/manga characters into my schedule. However, please keep in mind that there are hundreds of thousands of anime characters out there, so I cannot possibly do them all. For now, because I only make about eight tutorials a month, I must select the most popular and the most well-known characters in the anime world.

There’s a reason why I don’t do Anime Thursdays and the Pokemon Drawing Project anymore, and I urge you all to check out my video on my second channel explaining it all. Please watch:

Hope you have a great weekend!

Happy drawing,


Sasuke is not only talented and skillful, he is also the Academy heartthrob. He is very quiet, but expresses his opinions when he feels like it. Naruto is usually the object of his ridicule and insults, which is why Naruto is often extremely annoyed with him. However, Sasuke has spent most of his young life trying to impress his father. His father always downplays his achievements in and out of the Academy and often praises Sasuke’s older brother, Itachi. Sasuke holds great resentment for his brother, taking sibling rivalry into a more dangerous level. His special techniques are “Barrage of Lions” and “Fire Styles” jutsu, and Chidori.


Sasuke is one of the heirs of the legendary family clan, Uchiha, and is best in his class in ninja techniques. As Naruto’s bestfriend, squad member and rival, Sasuke is adored by all the girls because of his cool demeanor and unpredictable fighting skills, but Sasuke’s only main interest in on avenging his family clan.



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