How to Draw a Halloween Zombie, Halloween Zombie

Artist: Dawn / October 17, 2011

Step 1.

Draw the shape of the zombie's head and then draw in the facial guidelines as well as the body guide.

Step 2.

Here all you have to do is draw the actual head shape and then add the ears, and two cut or stitches on the forehead and temple. Sketch in some detailing inside of the zombie's ears and move to step three.

Step 3.

Next, using the facial guides you drew in step one, begin creating the shapes of the eyes which are large and cup like. Thicken the lining around the eyes like so, and then draw in the nose and jack-o-lantern style mouth.

Step 4.

You will start this step by drawing out the torso. You can do this by drawing out a shirt like I did here. The lining should be uneven and a bit wavy with some tears and holes at the bottom.

Step 5.

Here you have to draw in the arms and hands which are in a zombie stance. Next and lastly for this step all you need to do is draw a face on the front of the shirt.

Step 6.

You're almost done guys. Just sketch out the legs in the form of pants and like the shirt, make some holes and tears at the bottom of each pant leg.

Step 7.

Lastly draw out the zombie's feet and or shoes. Erase the mistakes you made, as well as the guidelines you draw in step one.

Step 8.

When you are all done, here is what your Halloween zombie looks like. I know what you're thinking, it sort of looks like Tommy Pickles. Was that premeditated? Great work guys and meet you back here soon.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 17, 2011
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Description: Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, there is literally only less than two weeks left before Halloween is here. Today I have some fun lessons for you all and to kick things off, I will be teaching you folks "how to draw a Halloween zombie", step by step. There is really no wrong way to make a Halloween based zombie because you can make them look like anything you want. True, the king of zombies is Michael Jackson when he did Thriller, but for those of you that can’t draw too well, here is a simplified version of what I think an awesome Halloween zombie looks like. This is a great lesson to tackle with some friends if you’re the type of person that likes to have drawing sessions with friends or family. I know my little sister and I love drawing together, and sometimes that is when a lot of my ideas come to mind. Anyways, have fun drawing a Halloween zombie and I will meet you guys back here in a few with more drawing fun. Peace people and enjoy!