How to Draw A Dracula easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw cartoons for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
To start this Dracula drawing tutorial, we’ll start with the head and hairline. The face contour is drawn using some curves and the same will apply to his ears.
The ears will be on either side of the head and have a pointed tip at the top.
His hair will have more spikes edited into a contour, and these will help give him a more modern look!
Step 2 – Next, draw some smaller details
Before we start adding details on his face, we’ll add some smaller strokes in your Dracula cartoon step.
First, use some curves inside his ear to outline the inner ear.
Then draw a small circle at the base of his face and then add some side sections to his bow. That’s all it takes, so go ahead!
Step 3 – Now draw the details on his face
Now it’s time to start drawing the facial details we mentioned earlier. First, draw some circles with dots for his eyes, then add some curved lines on top of them.
He has two small dots for his nose, and then his open mouth is drawn with curved lines.
Finally, add some bushy brows above his eyes to complete his expression!
Step 4 – Next, draw his lapel
This fourth step will be a pretty simple one, as we’ll be focusing on his lapel.
They are drawn using a combination of curved, straight, and pointed lines, and they tilt downward and inward as shown in the reference image.
After this lapel is drawn like in our example, you can move on to the next part!
Step 5 – Now add his arms and chest
Step 5 of this Dracula cartoon tutorial is just adding some of his arms and chest!
First, we will draw his arms, and they will attach to his lapel that you drew in the previous step.
His arms will be quite short and they will have thick squares at the ends. His arms are extended outwards in a waving gesture.
Then draw some curves for the two halves of the belt for his jacket, and here it is!
Step 6 – Next, draw the details for his jacket and legs
For this part of your Dracula drawing, we’ll draw some buttons on his jacket while also adding his legs.
For these buttons, draw a thin horizontal row down the center of the jacket. Then draw some short legs under the jacket, and add his simple shoes at the end.
Step 7 – Draw the collar
Dracula is usually depicted with a large and glowing neck, and we’ll draw this now! The collar is high, and is almost as high as your hair.
It is drawn using some more curves, and it will also curve inward, as shown in our reference image. After this is drawn, we only have a few final details to add in the next step!
Step 8 – Next, draw his cape
Another iconic aspect of Dracula is his cape and that will be the last detail we add in this step of the Dracula cartoon tutorial!
This cape will extend down from his hand, and it will also be drawn with some curves. The base of the cape will be drawn using some wavy lines to make it look really eye-catching!
After this cape is drawn, you can also add some details of your own.
Painting a backdrop with his famous castle would be really cool, but what other background settings can you think of?
Step 9 – Now finish it with some color
This is the final step, and now you can finish the famous vampire with some color!
For our example image, we used purple for his skin, then red for his eyes and the insides of his clothes.
Then we used black and gray for the outer sides of his clothes. These are the colors we picked, but you can also choose some unique colors for your own!
There are also loads of great tools and art media you can try to make colors look better.
How would you choose to color this wonderful picture?
Your Cartoon Dracula drawing is done!
You’re reading this, which means you’ve reached the end of this Dracula tutorial!
We hope that the 9 steps in this tutorial showed you how fun and easy it can be to draw this amazing portrait of Dracula.
Also, we hope that you will try to add some details and color choices of your own, as this can make it more interesting!
Speaking of keeping the fun going, you can also check out more of our drawing tutorials on our website.