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How to Draw a Killer Klown

Artist: Dawn / September 13, 2017
How to Draw a Killer Klown

Step 1.

Draw a simple circle for the head, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Use the head guide and begin sketching out the shape of the creepy Klown's face structure. Notice the hair line consists of a curly frame.

Step 3.

Use the facial guidelines to draw in the thick cloudy shaped eyebrows. Draw in a small round nose, and make sure it touches the eyebrows.

Step 4.

Draw the small beady eyes, then add the flames that makes up the design around the eyes. Draw the skin bag layers under the eyes too.

Step 5.

Make the make-up eyebrow arches that are painted on this alien klown's face.

Step 6.

Here we will actually draw in the great big smile, then draw in the puff for the cheek balls.

Step 7.

Draw in the sharp pointed teeth, then draw in the wrinkles around the outer mouth lining.

Step 8.

Draw in the detailing to the ears, then proceed to step nine to finish everything off.

Step 9.

Draw the crazy, wild style hair which also helps shape out the hear. The hair should have some layers too. Erase the facial guidelines, then your mistakes.

Step 10.

The line art ends up coming out like the drawing you see here. Color in your Killer Klown, and show off your scary work.

Comments (3)
ODawg69 · 4 years ago
Killer Klowns from Outer Space is a great movie.
Dawn · 4 years ago
I know right
drawingdork123 · 6 years ago
OMG! CREEPY... you spelt clown wrong
Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 13, 2017
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Description: I think there was only one time that I ever uploaded a lesson on a Killer Klown so here is a character that someone requested to celebrate the upcoming holiday, Halloween. Here is "how to draw a Killer Klown", step by step. This Killer Klown is often seen on the cover of the movies and books. Out of all of the Steven King novels, I don't think there is another that has similar style to that of a Stephen King story then the one written and directed by Charles Chiodo Stephen Chiodo. Anyways, this may be a bit complex for some novice artists, but it's worth a try. Thanks for joining me once again.