This simple drawing lesson will help you learn to draw a cartoon vampire. Dracula is not the only vampire known to man. Your neighbor could be one. Your girlfriend or boyfriend too!
Yes, in modern literature, a vampire can be hidden in anyone. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw a vampire portrayed as a young man appearing right in front of you! Let's draw!
First, draw a circle to create the forehead. Under this circle, add a triangle to illustrate the jaw of your character. Finally, sketch two small circles to form the ears.
Next, draw the body using a rectangle. Make sure that the bottom is narrower. For the arms, just sketch a long rectangle with a circle to represent the hands.
For the legs, use the same technique (draw a long and thin rectangle with a circle near the end).
Refine the outline of the head and the body. The chin of your vampire should be narrow and pointed.
Draw the hands and the hair of your character. Then, add two circles for the eyes and a triangle for the mouth.
Add some details like the pupils and the eyebrows. When you are finished, draw a line to illustrate the nose and two triangles for the teeth.
Finally, work on the bottom of your character by refining the outline of the legs and the feet.
Just add some colors and you are done!
Of course, a good vampire should be covered with blood! Your character will look more aggressive and furious like that! I hope you had fun drawing your vampire! Have fun!
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