Learn how to draw a great looking Cartoon Zombie with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Cartoon Zombie.
Horror movie zombies are dead bodies brought to life by a virus or curse. This cartoon zombie drawing might give you a fright.
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Zombies are fun and easy to color because they don't have to be realistic. Instead, you can use bright colors, such as green and yellow, or stick with grayish, muted colors like movie zombies.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Cartoon Zombie
How to Draw a Great Looking Cartoon Zombie for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Draw two semi-circles with dashes on top near the top of the page. Add an arrow for the nose with two lines beside the left eye.
Sketch a horizontal line beneath with a dash on either side, then use uneven rectangles for the teeth. Outline the mouth with a vertical line on either side of the teeth.
Easy Cartoon Zombie Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw another vertical line, and sketch more crooked teeth. Add a heart shape for the tongue with a circle behind it.
Carefully outline your zombie's features, making the face look narrow and sunken. Sketch more lines around the eyes. Your zombie's face should resemble a creepy zombie drawing.
Easy Cartoon Zombie Drawing - Step 3
3. Outline the rest of the head with a curve with blocky edges. Cut out a triangle at the top of the head, and draw a tiny heart shape inside.
Draw the ears with tattered, uneven bean shapes. Sketch more lines throughout your cartoon zombie's face.
Easy Cartoon Zombie Drawing - Step 4
4. Start the body with a rounded arrow pointing downward, then sketch triangles on either side for the collar.
Use two straight lines for the neck. Draw horizontal curves for the arm and vertical curves for the sleeve.
Add two loose triangle shapes so that the sleeve looks ripped and torn. Sketch more lines near the top of the head.
Easy Cartoon Zombie Drawing - Step 5
5. For the fingers, draw straight lines with lumpy ovals at the ends. Add another curve for your cartoon zombie's arm, and connect the sleeve to the arm.
Easy Cartoon Zombie Drawing - Step 6
6. Complete the hand with a curve. Sketch the last finger as you did in the previous step, then use semi-ovals for the thumbnails. Add a curve inside the palm.
Start the right arm with two curves and bumps near the shoulder. Use loose triangles for the torn sleeve, and repeat the earlier step for the fingers.
Easy Cartoon Zombie Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the rest of the fingers and nails with curves across the palm, and connect the fingers to the wrist.
For the shirt, sketch a vertical line on either side, then connect them with straight lines and jagged triangles. Use ovals for the buttons.
Add More Details to Your Cartoon Zombie Picture - Step 8
8. Sketch more vertical lines for the pants. Draw sketchy triangles at the bottoms and on the left side of the pants. Add lines over the knees.
Complete the Outline of Your Cartoon Zombie Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw the toes with overlapping ovals. Add a round heel on the left foot, then connect the toes to the body with straight lines. Sketch more lines inside the feet, pants and chest.
Color Your Cartoon Zombie Drawing
Once you outline your cartoon zombie, make your drawing look scary with bright green skin and yellow eyes.
Color the shirt and pants with muted colors to make them look dirty. Add reddish-brown for the mouth.
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