How to Draw a Devil Face

Artist: Dawn / March 3, 2009

Step 1.

Okay you can start this first step by drawing out a circle shape in the form of an egg for the Devil's face. Once that is done add the facial guidelines and then curved lines for his devil horns.

Step 2.

Here on step two you will start sketching out the shape of his jaw and chin which should have a little wave to it for his beard or goatee. Draw eye lines for the top of his lids and then draw out the shape of his pointed nose nostrils and all. Add th   

Step 3.

Now that step two is situated, you will start working on the rest of the devil's facial features and head shape. Start by drawing out the shape of the top part of his head which is all hair, and then draw out the shape of his pointed horns. You will    

Step 4.

You have now reached step four and that means you are closer to the end of this lesson. What you will do first in this step is draw out the detailing lines to the horns and then draw the front of his hair line style. As you can see he has a low hair    

Step 5.

You have now reached your last drawing step and all you have to do here is sketch out and thicken the shape and lining of his evil looking brow. Next finish the shape of his head on the sides, and then detail the inside of his ears. You will add the    

Step 6.

Once your devil is complete you should end up with a drawing that looks like the one you see here. All you have to do now is color him in and you have yourself a finished tutorial on how to draw a devil face step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 3, 2009
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Description: Well now that I have my first lesson of the day drawn out and submitted, I will be doing three more tutorials that are all very cool and eye popping. For my second lesson I will show you how to draw a Devil face step by step. I have already submitted tutorials in the past on a she-devil and on a demon, but never a devil. This devil drawing was drawn out of inspiration from my cousins tattoo book. Over time he has labeled people’s bodies with more and more tattoos and some of them have been concepts from his imagination. One of my favorite tattoo designs that I recently seen in his book was a devil face. Of course I didn’t draw the same exact one, I made my own and I think it came out pretty good. In fact I think it came out good enough to use for tattoo stencil that I will later show to my cousin. All the tattoo images that I drew so far can be printed out and used for a real tattoo (if you are old enough that is). I would print out the finished colored drawing and then the last step which is the line art. The colored drawing can be used to show the tattoo artist how you want it colored and then he can use the line art as stencil. I had a lot of fun drawing out this devil face because it was so easy and fairly quick for me to finish. The next two lessons after this tutorial are also going to be on tattoo art so keep an eye out for those. Right now I am going to skedaddle so that you can start this lesson on how to draw a Devil face step by step. I will be back with more drawing fun so stay tuned; there is more on the way. Peace out people!