How to Dress Up Naruto OC 2of2How to Dress Up Naruto OC 2of24 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
PART II: NARUTO NINJA FASHION CATALOG
COMMON PIECES OF NARUTO NINJA CLOTHING FROM HEAD TO TOE
Now I introduce SOME of most typical pieces of ninja clothing.
Also known as hitai-ate. As you all know, it is a piece of cloth to which is installed a metal piece with the sign of the ninja's village. Most, MOST of the ninjas use forehead protector, but not all (like Jiraiya or Shizune). However, adding forehead protector to the design of your character makes the costume a lot more Naruto-like than not using it.
Forehead protector is one of most versatile accessories that are seen among Naruto ninjas: there is some different colors with them and even more ways to wear it. I list some:
* Blue. Most seen color, especially in Part I. Used by all level ninjas from genins to jounins. Blue forehead protectors used in Iwagakure tend to be purplish.
* Black. Another common color, mainly used by chuunins and jounins, very common in Pa
How to Dress Up Naruto OC 1of2How to Dress Up Naruto OC 1of24 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Being annoyed about all those 'neko-ear', 'top model', 'school girl' and 'lolita dress' Naruto OCs, I decided to make a guide to help people to make their Naruto OCs more believable and Naruto-like. Before I begin, I'd like to note a few things.
* First, I don't speak English as my native tongue (I'm a Finn), so there may be some grammar flaws in the tutorial. If you note a flaw, you can mention it, and I won't get angry but happy. People learn from their mistakes, and so do I!
* Second, this tutorial deals with just the clothing of Naruto OCs, not about actual creation of an OC. There are heaps of tutorials about it, just go see them! Think of this as a deeper view to the Naruto clothing issue.
* Third, this tutorial is not made to flame those OC makers that create 'un-Naruto-like' characters. I'm just going to tell tricks to make your character more suitable for the series. It's up to you if you want to use them or not.
Naruto: Balanced OC TutorialNaruto: Balanced OC Tutorial6 years ago in Other More Like This
Here is a tutorial on how to create a well balanced original character for the Naruto series. In this tutorial, I will talk about various abilities, powers and flaws you can use to better flesh out your characters. This system is borrowed heavily in traditional d20 RPG rules, so if youve played games like Dungeons and Dragons before, then some of this will seem familiar.
Please note that this tutorial contains some spoilers in Naruto (if you don't read the manga).
The Abilities: Strength, Constitution, Stamina, Agility, Dexterity, Intelligence, Wisdom, Charisma, Comeliness
To each of the above abilities, you will assign a number value between 1 and 18; however, you cant have a combined total of more than:
100 Points for Genin Ranks
110 Points for Chuunin Ranks
115 Points for Special Jounin Ranks
120 Points for Jounin Ranks & ANBU Ranks
140 Points for Hokage Ranks
150 Points for Boss Villain Characters
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Rules for Naruto OC CreationRules for Naruto Original Character CreationRules for Naruto OC Creation7 years ago in Writing More Like This
The following is a set of general rules and guidelines that will help you in the creation of original characters for the Naruto Universe. These are intended to prevent or reduce the instance of "Mary Sue" characters in the fandom by providing helpful tips at avoiding the common habits that give rise to them.
1. Know your canon.
If you are unfamiliar or just aren't certain about some of the series information (such as jutsu names, families, history, etc), look it up. Resist the urge to go running headfirst into creating a character without actually knowing what's going on. Do some research first. This prevents you from looking like an idiot when someone points out that your character is doing something that should be impossible in the Naruto Universe. Claiming ignorance is no excuse, when answers to your questions are no more than a five-second google search away.
Naruto OC: Character Info TemplateNARUTO Shippūden character infoNaruto OC: Character Info Template3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
*Remember to remove anything in [BRACKETS]
Age:[ Remember to add an age for Pre-Shippūden AND Shippūden]
Species:[Ex. Human, Zetsu (Half Plant), Kisame (Half Shark), Etc]
Fear(s): [Try and make it unique, Google a list of fears; EX. Try not to make it something like Blood or The dark these are overused and cliche :c ]
Weakness(es): [Remember everyone has weaknesses!]
Kekkei Genkai:[If any,Remember not every clan needs a Kekkei Genkai :3]
Status: [Is your clan fully functional,In hiding or is everyone dead? ]
[This is what members of your clan usually have, for example Hyuuga's usually seem to have paler skin,and brown or black hair, and of
Guide to Making a Naruto OCIf youre reading this I assume you want to make a Naruto OC. This guide was created to help people come up with well thought out characters that are /not/ Mary-sues. This guide will tell you how to create and develop a character while telling you what to avoid and what not to do. This will be the basic outline.Guide to Making a Naruto OC5 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
1. Gender and Personality
2. Appearance and Name
3. Age and Birthday
4. Ninjutsu and abilities
5. History and Clan
6. Village and Rank
8. Likes and Dislikes
9. Friends and Enemies
10. What to Avoid AKA What Not To Do
This guide will be full of examples using some of my OCs and giving you practical advice and links to websites that will help you out. If you have any questions feel free to ask me. Now on with the guide!
Part One: Gender and Personality
The first thing you need to determine is whether your OC is a female or a male. This is probably the easiest step and also the simplest. Once you have decided whether theyre male or female you can move
Making a Naruto OCNaming your OC: Some people find that naming your OC before designing them, choosing their abilities, choosing their personality, etc. is easier than creating the character. I usually do this step last. Anyways, it's important to understand how the Japanese choose their children's name. Naruto doesn't take place in Japan but it is based in an Eastern Asian culture and world. Japanese people don't have middle names. Also the Japanese don't usually name their children after a relative or themselves. They usually take a kanji from whomever's name they want to give their child. For example, if the father's name is Daiki the son might get the kanji "dai" and might be named Daisuke. Some names that are ridiculously common among Naruto OCs are Ookami, Tori, Yuki, Akuma, Kumiko, Mai, Yumi, Kiyo, Kyo, Nami Yuri, Ai, Ken, Dan, Kei, Keiko, Chi, Emi, Emiko (I do have one but I chose it for the meaning. ) Akiko, Sora, Ryu, Rin, Rei, Tora, Yuu, Amaya, Aka, Kuro (I'm such a hypocrite), Gen,Making a Naruto OC4 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Character Design TutorialGENERAL ISSUES ABOUT CHARACTER DESIGNCharacter Design Tutorial4 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
[New section!] Over-mirroring aka sticking too much in patterns of the original series!
INTRODUCTION: DESIGN OF CHARACTER'S LOOKS: WHAT IS ITS ROLE IN THE WHOLE CHARACTER DESIGN?
At first: No costume can save a badly made character. Your Average Joe/Jane character won't become any more interesting even if you make him/her to wear turquoise hair and odd-colored neon-color eyes. What makes character interesting is his/her INNER SIDE: his/her personality, history, skills, behavior pattern, odd traits, running gags, simply WHAT (S)HE IS. A rye bread doesn't become into a cream cake even if you put on it whipped cream and strawberries.
However, a good design may help the reader/viewer to notice, tell apart and remember the character more easily. That's why all Naruto characters are not sporting black hair and wearing those green tactical vests: if all character seemed almost similar, it would be pain for the reader to tell who of th