Description: Are you ready to be scared out of your wits? Well, if you are the type that frightens easy, than I suggest that you look away because you are about to draw a nightmare. As requested by my little sister, here is how to draw Nightmare Bonnie, step by step. As you know there are a bunch of Nightmare versions of all Five Nights at Freddy's characters. I think Bonnie is one of the scariest ones. She has these long fingers with thick pointed claws for nails. The drawing took about two hours and I am very excited to be uploading this lesson for all you Five Nights at Freddy's fans to enjoy. Have fun with drawing Nightmare Bonnie and I will be back soon with more tuts for you all to enjoy.
Description: Here is where we will begin drawing the bottom part of Bonnie's nightmarish mouth and the jaw. It's very thick and bold and has a lot of creases or cracks. Add some small bits of wires and detail the nose.
Description: We will begin sketching out some of Bonnie's head structure. As you can see it's cracked or ripped. Once that is done draw in the eyes in different sizes and styles. When you are done with the face, erase some of those facial guidelines and sketch in the texture detailing to the surface of the face.
Description: Here is the tricky part. You will need to draw in Nightmare Bonnie's hands but they are in the form of long talon like fingers. The claws are long and skinny as well. The fingers are made up of layers and should be drawn in the same manner you would draw eagle claws.
Description: This is the last drawing step for Nightmare Bonnie. You will take your time as you sketch out her nightmarish body starting at the neck and move down to the shoulders, arms and torso. The detailing to the skin or body surface should be defined with scuff marks, rips and holes. The holes will be colored in the next step.
Description: Before you color in the hollows, erase the mistakes and guidelines. The hollows are located where you see the dark red solid spots. Once you are done adding the final touches you are finished with your drawing.
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