Kids Judo Books by Koka Kids
Judo Books by Koka Kids

How to draw Uchi Banani

How to Draw Uchi Banani and his Koka Kids friends

Scroll down to find out how to draw Uchi Banani – your fave judo monkey!

How to Draw the Koka Kids Cartoon Characters is now available to buy on Amazon. Inside this book you will get step by step, easy to follow instructions how to draw Uchi Banani and three other Koka Kids Characters.

Looking for technique judo books? Which is your favourite from this list of judo books for kids.

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Learn how to draw Uchi Banani

Learn to draw Uchi Banani

You will find pages like this in the How to Draw the Koka Kids book, now available to buy.

Draw a Face

a page in the Free Judo Colouring Book

This is an example page of our Free Judo Colouring Book.

Have some fun with Uchi Banani by changing his expression!

  1. Make him cheeky.
  2. Put a smile on his face.
  3. Give him a frown.
  4. See how many different expressions to the cheeky monkey Uchi Banani.

Colour in these pages…

Learn to Draw Judo

On this page, you can add some colour to this picture of Uchi Banani who is pretty angry right now as he can’t go to judo!

  1. What colour palette are you going to choose?
  2. Can you colour in the background too?
  3. Why not add a speech bubble and make Uchi Banani say something?

Who is Uchi Banani?

Uchi Banani the cheeky monkey who got his name from one our readers on the basis of his love of Uchi Komi and Bananas!

Now Uchi Banani travels the world and you can read about his latest adventures in the Koka Kids magazine.

You can buy him as a soft toy in our shop.

Or follow Uchi Banani on Instagram!

Sketch the Judo Monkey!

Want to learn how our artist draws Uchi Banani? It’s easy if you follow these eight steps.

1.See the step by step guide in How to Draw the Koka Kids Cartoon Characters

2. Sketch the red lines using a pencil.

3. Then go over your pencil drawing with a black felt tip pen.

4. Finally add some colour and an expression to his face!

Free Judo Colouring Book

Life Changing Judo Books

Here are the five judo books that I (Nik Fairbrother) consider my favourite ever judo books.