A beginner-friendly guide to learning how to draw a great-looking Anime Vampire Girl with easy, step by step drawing instructions and video tutorial. Great for beginner artists!
This easy step-by-step guide shows you how to draw a beginner manga vampire girl. Before you start, check out the Male Anime Vampire drawing tutorial.
Afterward, move on to this beginners guide so you can start drawing manga characters like a professional.
Step-by-Step Tutorial for Drawing an Anime Vampire Girl
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 1
1. Using what you learned in previous easy step-by-step tutorials, sketch a 3/4 profile with a skull, jawline and pointed chin. Add the cross so you can draw your anime vampire girl's face with precision.
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 2
2. Start your anime vampire drawing with leaf shapes for the eyes. Make the lines around her eyes darker and bolder, like she's wearing eyeshadow. Draw a circle inside each eye with a dot for the pupil.
Use straight lines and small triangles for the vampire mouth. Add a dash for the anime vampire girl's nose, then use straight lines for her eyebrows.
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 3
3. Draw a line at your anime vampire girlfriend's scalp. Use hook shapes to guide the hair downward so it falls around her face. With straight lines, draw hair that resembles a curtain around your female vampire's head.
Add more straight lines for the anime vampire girl's neck. Use curved lines to frame the hair around her skull.
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 4
4. Draw an angled square to start your anime vampire girlfriend's chest. Sketch her collarbones and choker, then use loose, uneven shapes like cream puffs for her sleeves. Make sure you don't fully connect the sleeves to her body.
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 5
5. For your cute anime vampire's arm, draw two parallel lines with one line curvier than the other. Draw a wavy line near the bottom for the frills, then connect this shape to the arm with two straight lines. Add a few dashes to give your female vampire's sleeve more depth.
To start the bust, draw a straight line on the left, then a curve with another straight line on the right. Draw a curved line near the right sleeve.
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 6
6. As you draw your anime vampire girlfriend's arm, remember what you learned in other step-by-step guides to get the perspective right. Draw a curved line, add a flat line, then bring the line upward for the right side of the arm. On the left, sketch a curve and connect it to the body with a straight line.
Sketch a wavy line, then add straight lines to complete the frills. Use overlapping noodle shapes for your cute anime vampire's fingers.
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 7
7. Add straight lines for your female vampire's belt. Like you did in the previous step, use tapering noodle shapes for the fingers. Make sure that they overlap.
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 8
8. For the skirt on your anime vampire drawing, draw curved lines that point downward, like an umbrella. Connect these shapes with curved lines.
Anime Vampire Girl drawing - Step 9
9. Finalize your anime vampire drawing by outlining your sketch in black.
Complete Anime Vampire Girl drawing
10. Now that you've completed your easy beginners vampire, color her outfit with black and dark red. Make her skin pale, and add blood streaks around her vampire mouth. Use silver for the hair and pink for the eyes.
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