How to Draw a Vampire
Vampires are well-known as breakfast cereal mascots, Halloween costumes, horror film stock characters, and teen movie heartthrobs, but where did the bloodsucking undead come from? Vampire legends in the modern sense have been featured in many cultures, particularly in Europe, for hundreds of years.
Step by Step Instructions for Drawing a Vampire
Begin by enclosing a shape that is rounded on top and pointed on the bottom, like an upside down teardrop. Outline the vampire’s hairline using a series of connected, curved lines. Vampires are often said to live among bats, so don’t forget to check out our bat drawing tutorial.
How can a kid become a vampire?
How to do it:
- Bring out your son’s old black pants.
- Have him wear a white or red shirt.
- Make a classic cloak and a vampire collar out of any old unused black cloth.
- Let him wear black shoes.
- Paint his face completely in white except for the lips and eyes.
- Paint the eyes with a mixture of black and red eye shadows.
How do you draw a boy?
- Draw a large U shape on top.
- Add a cap of hair on top.
- Draw the face and hair details.
- Continue with the neck and shirt.
- Add shorts below.
- Draw legs and feet under the shorts.
- Add simple arms.
What a vampire looks like?
Vampires are typically described as having pale skin and an appearance that ranges from grotesque to preternaturally beautiful, depending on the story; another common physical characteristic is the inability to cast a reflection or shadow, which often translates to the inability to be photographed or recorded on film.