Evil Doll Drawing

Artist: Dawn / September 28, 2015

Step 1.

Begin with a simple circle like so, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Using the facial guide, begin drawing the actual structure for the doll's face.

Step 3.

We will now sketch in the hairline that will frame the face. Draw the scalp and then the torn flesh which is the hair. These chunks should be drawn in two bundles.

Step 4.

Draw in the brain detailing and then use the facial guidelines to draw out the shapes of the void eyes. Sketch in the nose, mouth and sharp pointed teeth. Add the definition to the face along the cheeks, chin and around the eyes and nose.

Step 5.

Now we will work on the doll's body starting with the thick neck. When that is done you can draw in the shirt collar and then draw the torso. This is a very beefy looking doll so when you draw the arms make sure they are thick and muscular looking. T   

Step 6.

For your last drawing step all you have to do is draw the ends of the hair on each side and then you can begin erasing your mistakes and the guides.

Step 7.

When all is said and done this is how the drawing should look when you are finished with drawing an evil doll. Color in the art and show off the concept to others.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 28, 2015
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Tags: how to draw horror, how to draw dolls
Description: Okay folks, I'm about to upload some lessons that might scare some of you, but then again they might not. I will begin by uploading this tut on drawing an evil doll. I came up with this idea because someone suggested that I make a drawing of an evil doll. To make things more intense I decided to have the doll ripping it's own flesh off by pulling on the hair until the flesh and bone split in two. The teeth are small and pointed and the face is swollen and looks as though it's ready to explode. Anyways, this is a great concept drawing if you are into horror art or scary sketches. I will be back with some other awesome tuts so stick around to see what they are.