Drawing The Lost Boys

Artist: Dawn / September 10, 2015

Step 1.

You will start by drawing the guides for six heads and then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Up next, draw the shapes for each face structure using the guides you made in step one. When that is done you can also sketch in the beginnings of their hairstyles followed by some ears and Michael's glasses.

Step 3.

Using the facial guidelines draw in their, well, faces. The easiest thing to do is start with the eyebrows and then draw the eyes. When that is done you can draw their noses, and mouths. For Sam's mouth or Corey Haim's character he has that signature   

Step 4.

Lastly, finish the hairstyles. If you remember Star had long wavy hair, Michael had long wavy hair for a dude, David had a long spiked due with an earring in his ear, and the other three are all short to medium length hairstyles. Erase your mistakes    

Step 5.

Here is the line art for all the characters from The Lost Boys. I hope you enjoyed the tut, I know I enjoyed making the lesson.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 10, 2015
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Description: Here is another lesson that I am super excited to upload. It is based on the movie and characters that is considered a timeless cult classic. Today, I will be showing you how to draw The Lost Boys, step by step. As you can see in the lesson you will have the chance to draw all six of the most recognized figures from the movie. Starting at the top from left to right you have; Star which is the love interest for Michael, in the shades you have Michael, then the head vampire David. At the bottom from left to right you have one of the Frog Brothers, Alan Frog, then Sam (timeless character played by the late Corey Haim), then the other Frog Brother Edgar Frog (played by Corey Feldman). I had so much fun with this lesson and I know all you Lost Boys lovers will have a blast with this tut too. So let me shut up so you can all get busy. P.S. let me know if you liked this lesson, it would mean a lot.