How to Draw a Vampire Skull, Dracula Skull

Artist: Dawn / October 7, 2012

Step 1.

First, make a circle for the head, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Now you will draw out the very straight, and sharp brow bone lines followed by the bridge of the nose.

Step 3.

Draw in the lining to form the hairline on this skull. Once that is done draw the cheeks bones using that same edgy sharp drawing step. Draw in the upper jaw line followed by the fang.

Step 4.

You are almost done. Draw the wide V shaped eyes like so, then color them in almost solid. Draw the shape and style of the nose hole, then color that in as well. You will draw in the pointed tops to every tooth on the upper mandible. Define the cheek   

Step 5.

Now it's time to draw out the pointed, and clean lined bottom jaw or mandible. Draw in the bottom row of teeth, then you are all done with this step.

Step 6.

Lastly, draw out the tightly combed back hairstyle which is also puffy. Erase the guides and mistakes, then you're done.

Step 7.

Here is what Dracula's skull looks like. No wait, it's a vampire skull. Thanks a lot folks, make sure to join me again.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 7, 2012
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Description: He's come to "suck your blood"! If that's not the worst introduction you ever heard, it wouldn't shock me. Anyways, back again with a new lesson and yes, it's on another popular character or figure that is extra special during the last weeks of October. His name is Dracula, and I guess you can say he is the father of all vampires. Today I will be showing you "how to draw a vampire skull", step by step. The comical hairstyle was added to let folks associate the vampire skull with a specific character. Even though Dracula is a vampire, the first thing that comes to mind when you say the word "vampire" is not Dracula. Instead you think of comic book characters or current monsters in popular movies or books. I had a lot of fun with this drawing as well. It was difficult finding colors to pin this vampire skull too, but in the end I overcame that obstacle even thought it had me stuck for two hours. Here is all finished and ready to be used as a model for all you artists out there. Enjoy this tut everyone, and thanks so much for joining me today.