How To Draw A Vampire
Drawing a vampire is like drawing one of the top monsters that is up there with werewolves, demons and ghoulies, here are a couple of drawing videos on how to draw a vampire head, although they are fairly light on the spoken descriptions, it's just a case of watch and see how I sketched out the vampire from scratch.
First of all, although I did not do it in the video, because I'm used to drawing faces of all sorts, there is a video below which will quickly show you how to layout a face drawing quite easily and it involves drawing the standard oval shape and then drawing a criss cross across the oval shape to mark out easy to place positions for the faces features.
Watch the video below...
Draw A Face Easily Video
Sketching Your Vampires Head
Starting to draw a vampire head is quite easy, especially when you've been drawing the type of stuff that I draw for years and I started the process pretty quickly, sketching the overall shape and trying to draw fast to capture the energy in the drawing, don't worry if it's not perfect as this stage of drawing can be the test drawing stage.
Watch the video below to see how I start off drawing a vampires head, it's inspirational stuff.
Drawing A Vampire Video Part 1
Developing Your Vampire Drawing
By solidifying your vampire drawings pencil lines with darker lines and some shading that helps to give it form and depth is the way to go for your vampire drawing to progress further, of course when this second video finishes there is some way to go before the drawing is to be complete, but this is just to show you how easy it is to draw a vampire.
Watch the video to see the vampire drawing improve...
Drawing Vampires Part 2 Video
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