Description: Man, looking at this drawing after not seeing it for a day is pretty incredible. I can’t believe that I was going off yesterday. There was so much activity it was almost insane. Anyways, up next is a tutorial on a concept drawing that I initially wasn’t going to turn into a lesson. After being asked to upload the sketch as a tut, I decided that it would probably be better to show you "<strong>how to draw a demon face</strong>" in my own way and style. The concept idea for the demon’s character look was almost a thought instead of an idea. I was inspired from so many figures that I have seen in films. I just took qualities that I liked or thought was cool, and combined them all into the demon girl you see before you now. The eyes darkened with depth and the hollow style nose and mouth definitely adds an extra piece of evil to the characters face. The pale colored skin joined with a bright red rose is suggests some sort of tragedy. I mean, how often do you see ugly pale looking demons sporting bright red roses? Almost never that’s how many. I don’t want to ramble on about the character history or background because it’s always cool to create a story of your own to match the demon to. I will just zip it for now and return tomorrow with some more drawing fun. In the meantime enjoy learning the ropes to drawing a demon girl.
Description: Here you will draw out the eyes of the demon making sure that the lining is deep and has goo depth texture. The crease, cute, or lash lines around each eye will help create that look. Sketch in some inner ear detailing like so before moving onto step four.
Description: Draw out and color in the nose socket holes and then do the same thing for the mouth which still has some skin tissue attached. The mouth is also drawn in a style with stretched skin tissue like you see here. Draw in more holes and color them in.
Description: Guess what? You are going to be all done with this lesson on drawing a demon face because this is the last step. All you have to do is sketch in the long neck which is slightly bent back. The back of the neck should have the same lining as the back. Draw in the shoulders, and arms like so, and sketch in the detailing on the neck and add in some cleavage and collar bones.