How to Draw a Vampire Face

Artist: Dawn / October 23, 2012

Step 1.

Start off by making a circle for the head guide, then sketch in the facial guidelines too.

Step 2.

Draw out the heart shaped arch for the hairline. The actual face shape resembles that of a strawberry.

Step 3.

Using the facial guides, draw out the eyebrows, shapes of eyes, then the start of his mischievous grin.

Step 4.

Darken the surrounding of the eye shapes like so, then color in the pupils. Add the detailing to the forehead, then begin sketching out the nose. Draw the fangs as well as the dimple under the lip.

Step 5.

Lastly, draw out the ears and make sure they are pointed at the tips. When that is done you can draw out the hair, then sketch in the detailing to the sides of the head, and inside the ears. Erase the mistakes so you have a cleaned up drawing to colo   

Step 6.

Here is the vampire face. Now you can bring this face to life with a little color.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 23, 2012
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Description: I'm gonna keep going with the festive lessons for a little while longer because the closer we get to Halloween, the more anxious we get. To let out some of that energy we artists tend to draw. In light of that, here is "how to draw a vampire face", step by step in the form of Dracula. Since Dracula is who I think the grandfather to vampires is, I thought it was only right to make a vampire face lesson. Whenever I do any of these types of tutorial I always have to make sure the characters in question look the part. I will usually sketch out a quick concept piece of the object or being I'm drawing. Once the draft is done I will look at it in search of the same style that I use to find cool when I was a kid. I think I may have accomplished that goal with this Dracula vampire drawing. Of course you can go the extra mile if you want to add the high collar from his cape or cloak. I will leave this drawing as it is so adding your own personal tweaks is easy. I will be back so stick around if you can. Enjoy.