What’s Halloween with out a how to draw Frankenstein? Well how about a younger, more kid-like, Frankenstein? We shall call him Frank!

Wa-hahahaha! <—Evil laugh

…sorry.

We are so excited for Halloween, if you can’t tell. We just finished decorating our living room with spider webs, pumpkins, and pumpkin lights (kind of like Christmas lights, except for Halloween).

Because we’ve been so excited, we’ve been just focusing on how to draw Halloween stuff. So, we hope you don’t mind.

UPDATE: Check the bottom of this post for our friend Roze’s awesome/amazing/super cool class project, using this tutorial. We loved their use of color, and even making a girl Franken-kid!

Watch How To Draw Frankenstein

If you’re having trouble watching the video, watch how to draw Frankenstein on YouTube!

How To Draw Frankenstein Step By Step

1. Draw a cup shape for his head, flat on the top and round on the bottom. Then draw a “u” for his body.

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2. Next draw a scary face. I drew his eyes really small, and a jellybean shape for his mouth. Make sure to add a lot of teeth.

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3. Now draw a zig-zag line for his hair. Then draw eyebrows, and two little ears.

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4. Ok, now let’s give him some clothes. Draw a belt, and his short sleeves.

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5. Next add legs and his shoes.

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6. Draw his arms, then hands by drawing a circle first. Then draw his fingers next.

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7. Next add a stitch on his forehead, and bolts to his neck. The bolts keep his head screwed on.

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Download & Print

If you’d like to download and print the step by step instructions, click the image below then right click to save.

download how to draw Frankenstein

 

Roze’s Class Art Project

Roze has been a primary teacher for over 15 years and art is her favorite subject to teach. Hop over to her blog to see what her class did with this how to draw frankenstein tutorial!

10 Responses

    • Rob

      Hahaha! Hey Roze! Thank you so much. You are more than welcome to use anything from our site for you class. But under one condition, you have to let us know how it goes :)

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      • Roze

        Hey Rob! As promised,you can check out my blog to see what we did with your Frankenstein tutorial. The kids loved it! Some were upset with me for not letting them take them home right away – I love that!! But I had to show them off on my bulleting board first! Love your blog!

        ARTventurous.blogspot.ca

      • Rob

        Roze!

        Oh my gosh! Every single one of them is awesome. I love the color and electricity they each added too. That seriously looks so fun, and they did such a great job. Would you mind if I posted this on our Facebook page today? I’d also like to update this post to feature your post, if that’s ok?

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