How to Draw a Vampire

Artist: Dawn / December 24, 2007

Step 1.

O.k lets start off this lesson on "how to draw a vampire" with her frame. Draw a line from the bottom of the face and make an oval shape for the head and gradually draw an hour glass shape for her body.

Step 2.

Next, start drawing the facial features to make this vampire extra creepy. When you draw a vampire, there are different details that will define diverse styles vampires. This one is more of a freaky zombie looking vampire.

Step 3.

As you can see, the guide lines helped portion her chest, hair, ears, and the teeth. Start drawing out the long hair and ears to move along to the next step of how to draw a vampire step by step. Don't forget to sketch out those little earrings. I ad   

Step 4.

Add some sleeves and hands for your vampire. You can add any type of clothing to this one. For example, you can draw the sleeves with draping fabric. To finish this step off, draw the chest. Ready for the next step to learn how to draw a vampire step   

Step 5.

For the finisher of this tutorial, draw some definition to the clothing she's wearing. You don't want to have no detail on her clothes, right? After you've completed all that, move on to the line art.

Step 6.

There she is the female version of a vampire. In my finished work I added blood around her mouth, shirt and hands. I wanted to give her the appearance that she just had a feeding session. Again what ever your preference. Hope you had fun learning "ho   

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 24, 2007
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Description: Who at one point said “I wish I was a vampire”? I know I did. because of that I want to give you a lesson that I know all you vampire lovers will enjoy. I will be teaching you "how to draw a vampire step by step". As a kid Vampires were and still are one of my favourite folkloric creatures. The best way to describe this creature is; they are gaunt, pale and have long fingernails. I can remember in school scribbling on the desk one of my favorite vampire cartoon characters from Scooby Doo. It was in elementary school when I first learned "how to draw a cartoon vampire". These un-dead beings as we all know feed on humans by draining their blood with their sharp skin piercing teeth. They were first popularized in the 18th century. They were also associated with those fearless werewolves and exotic female Vampire slaves. In this tutorial I decided to draw a female vampire, I think she came out pretty good. As a novice on drawing people I’m still learning how to get my technique down. You may notice some uneven qualities I have but in time they will be perfected. I sketched this drawing on my sketch pad first using just a regular sketching pencil and extra eraser. She took me a couple hours to draw. After I was done with my finished work, I then (like always) scanned the drawing into my computer to do all the detailing. I was going to put her in this awesome background but that would have taken more time and as a student unfortunately I don’t have that luxury. So colour her the way you want, or you could put her on top of a castle in Transylvania. All in all I think you will have fun learning "how to draw a vampire step by step". Have fun!