How to Draw a Chupacabra Step by Step

How to Draw a Chupacabra easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

How to Draw a Chupacabra Step by Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel : Chea Draws

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

There was no clear picture of the Chupacabra, so we decided to draw it as we imagined. So create a skeleton of the creature, as if you were drawing something that looks like a dog or other similar animal. Using very light lines, repeat our drawing. Note that the straight line of the spine must be curved.

Step 2

Now add some volume to the body of our chupacabra. Above the head outlines the ears, eyes and snout. Next, outline the neck and torso with a very thin stomach. At the end of the step, outline the feet and tail.

Step 3

Starting with this step, we will use clear lines and draw the final details. With such clear lines, draw lines on Chupacabra’s head with evil little eyes, sharp teeth and wrinkles. The ear should be torn as shown in our example.

Step 4

Now let’s move on to the body of our chupacabra. Carefully draw the torso outward, taking into account the contours of the bones, ribs, and spine under the skin. We don’t know exactly what this creature might look like, but we are recommending it as a skinny and frightening creature, as in our example.

Step 5

On the body of the Chupacabras, it was only left to draw the feet. Draw the outline of the thin foot considering all the bones and tendons under the skin. Don’t forget to draw sharp strokes on the feet and fine lines in the crease areas.

Step 6

If the Chupacabra image is ready, it’s time to work with the shader. Use a bold shading to draw shadows in the least lighted areas. By changing the hatch density, draw more shadows or shadows to make the drawing look more eye-catching.

The drawing lesson on how to draw a chupacabra is over, but we also give you lots of different lessons about drawing monsters, not just about them.

 

 

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