Demonic Art Drawings And Demon Skull Art
Skull Demon Art By Wayne Tully
Drawn Demonic Art Designs
Drawing demons and horror stuff is always something that has interested me since I am a horror film fan and collect the best horror comics that inspire my own art. I don't know exactly how long I have been interested in drawing comic book type art but it's been awhile I know that, inspired by the comics even today I pick up the odd issue of spider man or other comics of the current trend especially horror comics like Tomb of Dracula..
I tend to buy more horror themed comics now as opposed to the Marvel comics of my early youth. that's where my art is based and I love horror films too so that heavily inspires my own stories of which I am still working on every chance that I get.
Drawing demonsis usually fun for me as I have piles of sketchbooks full of them and tattoo flash sheets I have created to sell on Ebay and other auction sites, drawing nasty creatures of nightmares is what I often get lost in and I draw worlds for the demons to live in and then other characters to interact with and the stories just happen, it's like a brainstorming session but with drawing and writing combined.
I will be adding more drawings to a few of my art hubpages if they are relevant to the themed title of the hub and just build on that and plus I am slowly working on a hub that will show the planning stages of my own graphic novel (well one of them anyway!) and that artistic process should be a fun thing to work on.
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Drawing Demon Art
The above drawing I sketched out with a HB pencil and it just came to me right off the tip of my pencil and I didn't have to draw or do smaller sketches to realize it and that is a good sign, when you start to draw something and you get a thrill when the drawing is going well with no need to start again or having to do other sketches in between to see if the idea works.
When drawing a demon I loosely draw the outline of the head and body with the lightest pencil possible just to get a rough outline of the initial shape of the creature and the way it could look ( note I said could - Well things can change in a drawing!)
Typically I change the drawing to suit whatever I have imagined previously in my small thumbnail sketches which are the even rougher drawings that I produce on any type of paper just to jot down my ideas.
You may want to create a profile head sketch and a full body sketch on an a4 size piece of paper and file it away for future reference, this helps me especially y as I create that many characters, I then write small notes on the intended color scheme and maybe a small character history or backstory if appropriate.