|Date Added: January 13, 2017|
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Description: A strange dark skinned goth girl with a black basket and beautiful Victorian dress walks over to you. She stares into your eyes coldly with her jade green ones. She bites her lip as she stares. “Excuse me (Miss.or Mr.) do you know where the next Wiccan shop is so I can get my supplies for my doings tonight?” she asked smiling a bit. You stare at her so frozen in fear and say “why sure, its six blocks from here. Take a left and you should see this small shop plaza that has a store named Witches and Brooms.” You reply motioning your hand towards the direction. The girl giggles and takes out a rose from her basket. She hands it to you and you gulp down your fear. “Thanks,” you say forcing a smile on your face. Today we will be learning how to draw another Gothic person. As you know I absolutely LOVE designing clothing as well as characters! I have so much fun designing with my drawings! The Gothic person we will be drawings is very realistic and pretty. She has white locks of silky smooth hair, copper skin tone, and the most beautiful dress ever! I would seriously wear the dress she’s wearing because it’s so pretty! My favorite part about designing this girl was the pose, the clothing, and the face. The background was very interesting. I tried to capture a romantic but deadly theme for her. To me she reminds me of a Gothic Lolita vampire. I was reading this story online at fan fiction and was inspired to draw this! The store was dark, beautiful, deceiving, and straight up awesome! It captured pure emotion of beauty. I recommend going to that fan fiction site. Anyways I really hope you will have fun learning how to draw a Victorian vampire step by step. I had a lot of fun drawing her! Thanks a lot for viewing! Don’t forget to comment and rate the tutorial!