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Halloween Day Cartoon Drawings and Ideas
justquikr specially brought few Halloween day Cartoon Drawings and Ideas. i hope it would have helped you in some or the other way. Enjoy the activities and feel the happiness of Halloween Day 🙂
- Cartoon Bone
This cartoon bone to create, drawn about three lines and four circles. When you’re finished your drawing – incorporate it into a number of situations. To name a few a skeleton, skull and cross bones, dog bone.
First Step – The Structure
With this ‘most common looking’ example the same kind a canine would surely be interested in, coming up with a simple framework from which to make things even easier for you is a snap.
Designing the blueprint for the cartoon bone
Planning the ends of the cartoon bone
Given this structure ahead of time – really though, it’s simple enough to create without it – you’ll be that much more comfortable with your work – knowing that it’s balanced proportion-wise before you even put the pencil to the paper.
Second Step – Draw Your Bone
In whichever line style & curvature you choose – go ahead and bring the middle part of your drawing into view first. Notice below – how I don’t aim for perfection — just making use of the structure such that the lines fit ‘somewhat’ according to how I’ve mapped things out.
Drawing the mid-section of the cartoon bone
Drawing the lower ends of the bone
Drawing the upper part of the cartoon bone
Drawing of a cartoon bone
One of the key details that makes this one all the better, is the slight overlapping at the lines where the joint circles come together. Subtle changes like this help to give off a more 3-dimensional appearance.
- Cartoon Skeleton
Make no bones about it, when drawing a cartoon skeleton, or any set of ‘bones’ for that matter.there’s really no end as to how it can look.
In the last lesson The Indestructible Cartoon Zombie. I really went into detail, making it more of an advanced lesson. Here, I changed things up presenting you with an extremely simplified method for drawing a skeleton.
There’s another lesson on the site that deals with drawing just the skull. If you like, check it out. The skull in this version is ultra-simplified, giving it that extra ‘cartoony’ appeal. The other lesson may give you some more ideas.
Something to note..in the spirit of drawing cartoons, and in keeping things nice and simple for you to draw – I’ve left out a few bones/parts here and there. Don’t be alarmed though just another way of doing something when it comes to drawing. After all, it’s all about being creative and letting your imagination run wild:-)
First Step – Draw the Head and Torso
A framework? Sure, why not. No – you don’t really need one in this lesson. But a circle and a centerline can surely be helpful in getting everything to line up the way you want.
So, go ahead then and begin your cartoon skeleton drawing with a circle, a square and a simple vertical line that runs straight down the middle, just like this.
Framework for drawing a simple cartoon skeleton Drawing the skull of the cartoon skeleton Drawing the ribs and pelvis of the cartoon skeleton.
The circle – as you can plainly see, becomes the head. Again, I’ve simplified things a great deal! But hey, if there’s something else you feel the need to add, go ahead and do so.
Follow things up with a nice simple three-boned rib cage. Note how all I did to draw the spine was add a couple circles.
And Then… A Simple Bone for Limbs – Ovals for Digits.
I wonder… is this how you would have gone about drawing a cartoon skeleton on your own? Yes… good stuff. No equally good stuff! Remember, I’ve simplified this little guy. But even so, the shape of what a skeleton should look like is retained – just that I’ve left out a few parts to keep with the ‘cartoony’ look.
It’s obvious, there are many more bones to draw when tackling a skeleton. And if you’d like to take your drawing to that level, then for sure do it.To help though, I recommend you resort back to a stick person framework and take it from there.
- Cartoon Bat
Beginning with the face, and working your way out – and down from there… you should have no problem in recreating this little guy.
This lesson serves as a nice example as to how drawing simple well placed lines can yield the desired image with very little effort. There’s no need to go into great detail when drawing a bat like this one. Just take a look at the finished example above… very simple-looking indeed.
First Step – Draw the Face
However you like, go ahead and give your bat a simple face – one that’s similar to the one I’ve drawn below. You can change the size of its eyes, mouth, etc. Leave out the tongue too if you wish.
Drawing the face of the cartoon bat. Drawing the head of the cartoon bat. Drawing the ears of the cartoon bat.
Above, it’s the order to which I drew the bat’s head that is important. Begin with some simple face details – and then work your way out from there. Do keep in mind though, it may be easier for you to draw the head first as it nails down the proportion early on. In drawing it face first however, it’ll save you from erasing afterwards… your choice 🙂
Second Step – Give Your Cartoon Bat a Body and Some Wings
Ok, now it’s time to move on down the drawing and using a small oval — sketch in a body. Bigger? Smaller? The same!? It’s up to you. Just come up with something nice and simple. The feet fall into place quite nicely once the body is in place.
Drawing the body of the cartoon bat. Drawing the wings of the cartoon bat.
It may be helpful to measure off a set distance from the center, before drawing each wing. This’ll help you keep to about the same length on either side. Also, feel free to play around with the design of the wings. The ones I drew are very simple.Even more simple if you like. The shape of the bat has already been determined – have some fun as you come up with your own version as to how the wings should look.
- Cartoon Ghost
Here’s a simple little drawing exercise, how to draw a cartoon ghost. It’s perfect for the monster section, and maybe even more so for Halloween! Actually, this cartoon would make a great decoration around the house.
Ghosts come in a variety of different shapes and sizes. Still, I really wanted to give you something basic to work with and so I decided to go with the classic ‘bed sheet’ appearance.
By ‘bed sheet‘ I’m of course referring to the traditional do-it-yourself Halloween costume where you take a white bed sheet, cut two holes in it for eyes and PRESTO your costume is complete. Nice and simple, just like this lesson.
Well, let’s get going then… in time you’ll have a spooky little cartoon ghost of your own!
Framework for drawing a cartoon ghost
First Step – A Simple Ghost Guideline
The first thing to do is come up with a simple guideline from which you can use to keep proportion when drawing your cartoon ghost.
So, go ahead and draw a framework, one that takes the form of the top of a stick person. Keep the head bigger and keep the body and arms nice and simple – three straight lines.
Because you’re going for the whole ‘bed sheet’ look, this framework is perfect because as you draw the sheet-like body of your ghost, it will be just like as if you were draping a sheet over an old piece of furniture… just like something out of a haunted house! And speaking of haunted houses, that sounds like an excellent drawing lesson for the near future 🙂
Now before you move on, don’t forget to draw a cross over the circle. It’ll help you keep proportion later on when you give your ghost a face.
Alright, once you get your framework drawn, let’s move on to the next step…
Second Step – Draw a ‘Sheet-Like’ Body for Your Ghost
Now it’s time to draw the actual ghost. Actually, one way to go about it is to visualize your ghost as a four-pointed star. Take a quick look below (the third picture) and you can see four parts, each one pointed like the tips of a star. Kinda puts the simplicity of this drawing into perspective.
If you have trouble visualizing the ghost as a star – no worries. Just follow along below with each step. Draw in the head, the arms, and the lower body of your ghost… with each part ending in a point like so…
Drawing the head of the cartoon ghost Drawing the arms of the cartoon ghost Drawing the body of the cartoon ghost.
As you work through the above three steps, keep in mind that your ghost won’t have one fixed shape. After all, it’s a bed sheet! So, be less concerned with making yours like mine, and instead – focus on keeping the head and body central, and the left and right arms balanced. Feel free to change the shape of your ghost as you see fit.
So, what do you think Drawing a cartoon ghost can be pretty simple after all! And yes, one final step… give your ghost a spooky-looking face to finish the job.
Drawing of a cartoon ghost
Final Step – Give Your Cartoon Ghost a Face.
Well, judging by the face I came up with – this ghost isn’t looking all that ‘spooky’ any more. Tip: If you want yours looking meaner, flip the eyes and mouth upside down.
Well, you can see that I’ve added a couple extra lines – two above the eyes, and another below the mouth. This is just a little something extra that helps to give the drawing some depth.
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