How to Draw a Vampire Girl

Artist: Dawn / September 3, 2012

Step 1.

Let us begin with a nice face shape to build the structure of the female vampire. Sketch in the facial guidelines, then proceed on.

Step 2.

You will begin sketching out the facial structure of the vampire's face like so, be sure to have the lining on the right side kind of straight for her hair.

Step 3.

Using the facial guidelines you can begin drawing out her long shaped eye. The top lid line should be thick and bold because she will still have a seductive stare. Add the lashes over her hair, then draw in her stiff lined eyebrow like so. Next, sket   

Step 4.

Before we go any further let's get the large sun hat drawn out. I went with a southern style large rimmed hat because back in the Victorian days, woman used to wear these on a regular basis to keep the sin away from their delicate complections. Start   

Step 5.

You can continue to work on the head and face by sketching out her long straight hair. Sketch out the shape of the ear and draw in an ear bob as well. Add the detailing to the hair which are the strand lines, then sketch in the shape of the neck and    

Step 6.

I obviously forgot to upload a step for the feathers coming from the hat. I will get those up soon, but for now just eyeball the way the feathers are drawn. Start with the smaller feathers, then draw outward in a slopping motion for the rest. Draw mo   

Step 7.

Here is what the drawing looks like when complete. Now you can color her in using a customized pallet. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on drawing another vampire girl.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 3, 2012
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Description: Aloha everyone, I'm back in the saddle again with one tutorial for the day until later on today. I have for you a lesson on "how to draw a vampire girl", step by step. I know that I already have a vampire girl tutorial, but so what. Sometimes I feel like making lessons based on cool characters that come to mind, or are requested by members. I was asked to make a vampire that looked sort of like she was from the Victorian age or earlier. I had so much fun with this drawing because I was able to let my imagination go wild. She is quite different to what I'm used to drawing so it's nice to see a different style of. Her face has that look of innocence, while having features of an anime or manga character. I love the ruffled feathery collar, as well as her big sun hat. If you like drawing vampires you will definitely have fun with drawing a vampire girl like the one you see here. I know you will find this tut entertaining, and if you don't tell me what you would like to see next. Peace out people and happy trails.