How to Draw a Halloween Frankenstein, Frankenstein

Artist: Dawn / October 17, 2011

Step 1.

Begin by making the shape and guides for the Frankenstein you are about to draw. This starts with an oblong shape for the head and then draw out the face guides as well as some of the body guides.

Step 2.

You will now need to draw out the actual shape of the head. As you can see the head is very large, and flat at the top. Draw in the hair along with the shape of the face too before walking away from this step.

Step 3.

Using your guides begin drawing out the face. Start with the large stitched up cut on the forehead and then add that forehead crease too. Next, draw out the eyes, brows, nose, and mouth. Don't forget to draw in the teeth and ears as well as the stitc   

Step 4.

Now its' time to draw out the neck, and then draw the shoulders, sleeves, and bottom of the coat. Once that is done make the arms too.

Step 5.

Draw in the neck, as well as the shirt collar, bottom of the shirt line, and then draw in the hands.

Step 6.

Now what you have to do is draw out the pants and or legs and be sure to make the bottom of the pants jagged.

Step 7.

It is now time to start finishing off your Frankenstein by drawing in the legs and feet like so. Once you are happy with the finished results you can begin cleaning up the drawing.

Step 8.

This is how your drawing should come out looking when you are all done. Now you are ready to go, and color him in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 17, 2011
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