Demon Drawings - Demonic666
Demons: Dark Demonic Designs
Demon Head Drawing
Drawing Demons by Wayne Tully
When any artist tells you that drawing one specific thing is freedom, they are probably true to their word, in this particular case I draw demons a lot and they are the single most main thing I draw consistently over and over with little effort, because the more you draw something the better you get at it.
Take the sketch to the right for instance, it took me a few minutes to draw in my 100 plus sketchbooks, and I draw these demons with great enthusiasm and energy like I'm trying to create a real character.
Sketching horror and evil creatures is like looking into your nightmares for inspiration, so why not make it count and draw something demonic and evil if that's what you like.
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Tips For Demon Drawing Inspiration.
When drawing your demons, it is best to be inspired by some on hand reference material or a recent nightmare to fuel your art.
Other ways to be inspired are to watch the television a lot, this may sound silly at first, but if you are of a creative mind, then the most mundane things will spark off your imagination, maybe from a news/current affairs program or a discussion program.
I myself, am a simple sort and mostly need to have some ideas infused in my brain, so I watch all my favourite horror films back to back, such as evil dead 1 and 2, braindead, bad taste and many more, occasionally though my mind surprises me and I gain an idea from watching something totally unrelated to what I want to draw and bang the idea is there and I begin to draw monsters and allsorts of demons.
Drawing a demon is fun when you can see the drawing come together, it's a design process which can be easily done with a good amount of planning and draft sketching beforehand. Good design skills come from drawing a wide variety of different things and so it's with drawing from life that the fantastical creatures can be drawn from our imagination.