How to Draw a Vampire for Kids
Begin sketching out the actual shape of the vampires head and face like so, and be sure to incorporate the ear, cheek, and jawline.
Okay, draw out the hairline which frames the face and be sure to add that point in between the forehead like so. Draw the eyelid lines which are in a mean expression, and then draw the inner detailing on the ear.
Okay now you will need to draw in the very sharp looking eyes, and then draw out the eyeballs. Color in some pupils and then draw the mouth and two fangs.
Now you can draw a bog swish from the left of the head, and then come around to the front of the body which is also covering the entire body. The ends of the cape should be arched before completing this step.
For the last drawing step draw the other half of the cape and then draw the bottom of the cape the same way you did in step five. Clean up the drawing by erasing the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.
July 22, 2011
Description: Okay, now that there is finally a zombie for kids, I thought it was high time that I did another fantasy lesson on "how to draw a vampire for kids", step by step. Making this version of a simple vampire was pretty neat. There was hardly any complexity involved, and my eight year old sister absolutely loved the vampire. Since I already did a female bloodsucker, I decided that making a male vampire would be cool, and a little more traditional. To keep things on the simple side, the vampire is drawn with a Dracula type style with the black colored hair, the long black flowing cape that is pulled over the entire body, and the fangs that overlap his bottom lip. Since there is practically no body to draw out, this lesson on drawing a vampire for kids is going to be a no brainer, and you should be able to storm through this in no time at all. What more can I say about this creature of the night except have fun drawing him out. Let me know if you had an easy experience, and also submit your work when you’re done. Adios people and try to enjoy the rest of your drawing day!