How To Draw Evil Clowns
Draw An Evil Clown
Clowns are evil! Lets face it. When they look all evil they look quite sinister and especially when you can try and draw one, imagining of course that Clowns have that mysterious fear that they could instill upon young children and those of a nervous disposition. So what follows is a drawing tutorial on how to draw an evil looking clown that looks totally nasty.
First thing to try and research maybe is to look at existing clowns today and see how they look and what they wear so you can get an idea on how you could approach the drawing process yourself. As always planning the drawing is preferred at the beginning stage with light pencil lines to explore the sketch with random pencil marks at first to see if the drawing will work.
In the first video that beginning sketch starts with an exploration of the drawing we want to achieve and for you it either works or it doesn't and thankfully it works and we are able to progress on to the next step.
Watch the first video below...
Draw Evil Clowns
Draw An Evil Clown Drawing Video One
Drawing The Evil Clown Continued
The evil Clown drawing continues to develop as more and more refined pencil lines and some moderate shading are applied in a logical manner so that the Clown sketch can be ready for inking. After drawing the initial pencil art it occured to me that this Clown looked like the Clown from the Spawn comics although slightly larger with no signs of scale to show it as a midget clown so therefore the Clown figure looks like a large fat man which was what I intended to create.
When drawing your own Clown drawing, consider what the final version of the drawing could look like and what the figures form could look like as the sketching stage before inking is the time to change anything you don't like or possibly re-work so that everything is how you want it.
Take a look at the second drawing video and see what you make of it....
Drawing A Evil Clown Art Video Two
Finish Drawing Your Evil Clown Drawing
At this stage of the drawing you can now ink the drawing after all of your preliminary sketches or if this is the only sketch you've worked on, then Congratulations. Inking merely requires you to add weight to your drawing and extra detail and also to consider what areas have to be darker and what other areas have to remain lighter so that a certain balance and black and white contrast is noticeable.
I used gel ink pens mostly and also Uni-ball ink pens as the ink seems to be free to flow on the paper and when drawing over pencil lines the ink doesn't clog and a continuous ink line is the end result. Now in the final video below the inked drawing is revealed to be my own interpretation of an evil Clown, now it's your turn, have a go for yourself and try and draw yours differently.
Draw An Evil Clown Drawing Video Three
Bonus Watch How To Draw Demonic Clown Face
As a little extra I thought I'd include this video on drawing a demonic Clown face just so it adds to the evil drawing madness. It's a long video though, so do feel free to skip to the end or watch as much of it as you can!
Drawing Video On Drawing Demonic Clowns Face
Draw Evil Clown Face Step By Step
Here I decided to do a face drawing of an alternate evil Clown face and to make it even more menacing I drew a bald Clown without any hair. Some people have said that the step by step drawing illustrations are the best to follow, so this is what I have drawn for you here.
You can click on each photo to see a detailed and close up view of each step. Have fun drawing this Evil Clown head.