ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel

How to Draw a Zombie

Updated on June 13, 2013

How to Draw a Zombie

Learn how to Draw a Zombie.

1. Sketch very lightly while you get the basic anatomy down. Be aware of the anatomical landmarks; start out with very basic circles and blocks to outline the body.

2. Once the basic body form is shaped, sketch the clothes. Remember to have the edges tattered and include tears in the attire.

3. When you draw the face, a good way to show the decay is to have an eye missing or hanging out. You will also want to draw the hair as disordered and have the mouth gaping open. Zombies will also often have missing or jagged, broken teeth.

4. When you draw the skin, remember that there will be damage and decay. Draw wrinkles in the clothes, but focus on making realistic tears.

5. When you get to the line art, take your time inking all of the details. There should be cuts on the body as well as other areas of damage and rotting flesh. Be thorough with every step.

6. Fill in the base colors then start coloring. Shade the shadowed areas and add splatters of blood where need be. Zombies are often very gray, dirty, and show other signs of filth and decay.

Remember to keep studying anatomy and practice regularly!

Another method!


1. How to Draw a Zombie. Sketch very lightly while you get the basic anatomy down. Be aware of the anatomical landmarks; start out with very basic circles and blocks to outline the body.

2. Once the basic body form is shaped, sketch the clothes. Remember to have the edges tattered and include tears in the attire.

3. When you draw the face, a good way to show the decay is to have an eye missing or hanging out. You will also want to draw the hair as disordered and have the mouth gaping open. Zombies will also often have missing or jagged, broken teeth.

4. When you draw the skin, remember that there will be damage and decay. Draw wrinkles in the clothes, but focus on making realistic tears.

5. When you get to the line art, take your time inking all of the details. There should be cuts on the body as well as other areas of damage and rotting flesh. Be thorough with every step.

6. Fill in the base colors then start coloring. Shade the shadowed areas and add splatters of blood where need be. Zombies are often very gray, dirty, and show other signs of filth and decay.

I always found skulls scary, yet cool. When you turn them into a cartoon form though, they lose their scariness completely, I feel. This is a recoding of the process that I go through <b>how to draw a skull</b>. This is essentially a free sketch session. I made it slightly cartoonish because of some of the skulls I had seen in game design in <u>World of Warcraft</u>. I put music to it and speed it up, so it wouldn't be too boring to watch. I do it in pen. Watch as I lay in the lighter lines first, and go into the skull itself.


How to Draw a Zombie by Enrique Plazola

Source

Comments

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No comments yet.

    Click to Rate This Article