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How to Draw a Vampire Tattoo, Vampire Tattoo

Artist: Dawn / June 19, 2017
How to Draw a Vampire Tattoo, Vampire Tattoo

Step 1.

The first thing to do is draw out the shape or structure of the vampires face like so. Draw in the facial guidelines and then draw three circles for each rose.

Step 2.

Using the guides you drew in step one, sketch out the actual shape of her face. Next, draw in the parted bangs which will later turn into her long hair. Don't forget to frame the side of her face as well.

Step 3.

Using the facial guidelines you drew in step one, draw in the eyelids, nose, and then draw the entire lining of her heart shaped mouth.

Step 4.

Finish drawing out the shapes of her eyes starting with the bottom lining. Once that is done draw the eyebrows and then color them in. Add some bold coloring to the corners of her eyes like so, and then sketch in some subtle lashes.

Step 5.

Draw the eyeballs, and then color in some pupils. Once that is done, draw a dash for the nose, and then draw out her full lips, and then her vampire teeth and fangs.

Step 6.

Begin sketching out the pretty flowing hair for your vampire. I drew her hair to have many layers so when sketching the style, be sure to draw the top part of the head, and then draw in the roots lines. Continue to sketch the hair by making wavy laye   

Step 7.

Begin sketching out the first rose, and then be sure to draw out the layers of pedals inside of the rose too.

Step 8.

Now you will draw out the vine that is wrapped around the back of her head, and then draw in the rest of the rose pedals too. As you begin drawing out the vine at the bottom of the first rose, twist or draw the vines crossing over one another. Add so   

Step 9.

You will now begin sketching out the next rose, and then be sure to add the layers too. Each pedal should start from the inside not the outside.

Step 10.

Continue sketching out the second rose by drawing more pedals. Once the pedals are drawn in, you can add some detailing to the inside of the rose. Draw more twisted vines, and then move to step eleven.

Step 11.

Now you will start tackling the last rose. Start in the center and begin drawing out each pedal. This should be a lot easier then you think. The rose is going to be smaller then the other two.

Step 12.

Finish the rose, and then draw out the rest of the vine. Add some pedal detailing and then proceed to step thirteen.

Step 13.

Sketch out her neck, and then draw a piece of vine that is clutching on her neck like so. Next, you will draw her hair in a long, straight, stiff, and sharp manner. There should be strands, and ends drawn in a wild but neat way.

Step 14.

For the last drawing step, all you have to do is finish sketching out her hair on the left side, and then sketch in some darkening lines that adds detail and texture to her style. Draw in the bite marks, and then start erasing the lines and shapes th   

Step 15.

Here is what the drawing looks like when you are all done. Now you can color her in your very own way to finish this drawing on how to draw a vampire tattoo.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 19, 2017
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Description: So I have an awesome tattoo design that I had so much fun drawing. It’s of a girl that is among the undead. This submission is going to show you "how to draw a vampire tattoo", step by step. Why would I make a tattoo design of a vampire? Well, maybe because there are Goth people out there that love this type of art. I think it’s an awesome depiction of a female vampire and I was into getting tattoos, I would definitely get this one inked on my upper back shoulder. This is such a cool design, and I love the way her face came out. I really wanted to make her eyes really intense because that is one of the things that stick out on a vampire’s face. Even though she is a blood sucker, there is also this subtle sweetness to her face. The light colored skin, red hair, red lips and blood dripping from her fangs conveys that she feed on blood for the first time. This assumption comes from the bite marks on her neck that is still oozing blood. The roses that I drew around her neck represent beauty, and death, as well as love and passion. At first glance it looks as though that her neck is slit, but in all actuality when you look up close you can see that it’s just the lining of the shape of her face or jawline. The smoky look that I colored for her eye make-up really intensifies her stare to a point where it’s hard to look away from her captivating face. I really did have fun creating this tattoo piece, and I think you too will enjoy learning from this tutorial that shows you "how to draw a vampire tattoo". If you want to tweak the colors and design go right ahead. Be sure to upload your finished work so I can see how your drawing came out. I have to float out of here for now, but I shall return. I hope you guys tried to stay cool today, because I know a lot of places experienced a hot summer day.