How to Draw a Ghost Rider

Learn how to draw a great looking Ghost Rider with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.

By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Ghost Rider.

Get Free Printable COLORING PAGE of This Drawing

Step by Step Instructions for Drawing a​ ​Ghost Rider

How to Draw a Great Looking Ghost Rider for Kids and Beginners - Step 1

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 01

​​​1. Begin by outlining the head. Enclose an irregular shape, noting the bulge at the top of the pointed chin.

Easy Ghost Rider Drawing - Step 2

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 02

2. Outline the body and legs. For the body, enclose an irregular, rounded rectangle. Then, use straight lines to sketch roughly "S" shaped legs and feet. These will look like stick figure feet, but don't worry - we'll flesh them out in the next step.

Unlock AD FREE and PRINTABLE drawing and coloring tutorials

  • 1,900+ drawing & coloring PDFs
  • 50+ ebooks
  • Ad-free website

Easy Ghost Rider Drawing - Step 3

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 03

3. Use slightly curved lines to enclose the legs and feet, noting the bend in the knee. Then, draw another line across the foot, differentiating the shoe.

Easy Ghost Rider Drawing - Step 4

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 04

4. Add detail to the clothing of the torso. Draw a curved line across the bottom of the torso, indicating a belt. Draw spikes on it by sketching small circles down its length. Then, draw a curved diagonal line across the torso. Allow another line on the opposite diagonal to meet it. Then, enclose the garment's collar using a series of straight lines. The collar should resemble two connected triangles.

Easy Ghost Rider Drawing - Step 5

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 05

5. Draw the arms and fists. For each fist, draw a rectangle, and a smaller rectangle for the thumb. Divide the fingers using short, straight lines. Draw the arms using several curved lines, connected at angles that indicate elbows. Draw a set of parallel, curved lines across one arm, indicating the cuff of the sleeve.

Easy Ghost Rider Drawing - Step 6

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 06

6. Draw a chain in the rider's hands To draw the chain, sketch a series of small, connected circles. Then, draw a smaller circle within each circle.

Easy Ghost Rider Drawing - Step 7

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 07

7. Detail the face. Draw a triangular shape on each side to form the cheek bones. Draw a curved line for each brow, and enclose a semicircle beneath it to form the eye. Draw a triangle for the nose. For the mouth, draw two curved lines and connect them with straight lines. Then, draw a series of connected, curved lines to form the teeth.

Add More Details to Your Ghost Rider Picture - Step 8

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 08

8. Draw the hair. Use curved lines of various lengths, allowing them to meet in points.

Complete the Outline of Your Ghost Rider Drawing - Step 9

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 09

9. Texture the hair by drawing long and short curved lines along its length.

Color Your Ghost Rider Drawing

How to Draw a Ghost Rider Step 10

10. Color your fearsome character.

Easy, step by step Ghost Rider drawing tutorial
How to Draw a Ghost Rider | Share to Pinterest

Click HERE to save the tutorial to Pinterest!

Learn More About The Ghost Rider Drawing

​​Marvel Comics introduced the Ghost Rider persona in the early 1970s. The Rider has undergone a number of incarnations - originally, he was Johnny Blaze, who sold his soul to the devil.

Later, Johnny's long lost brother Danny Ketch, a woman named Alejandra Jones, and youth Robbie Reyes inherit some of the antihero's powers.

​​What is a ghost rider? He or she has been called "the most supernatural superhero of all." At night, or whenever the need arises, the ghost rider's flesh turns to flames and his skeleton is visible.

He can drive his vehicle at impossibly fast speeds and deliver bursts of fire from his hands. His powers come from the demons with which he is linked.

​Appearing in comic books for decades, Ghost Rider has also appeared in video games and animated television series. The character was again brought to life in the 2007 film and its 2012 sequel.

Scroll down for a downloadable PDF of this tutorial.

​The Ghost Rider is often identified as an antihero, "a protagonist who lacks conventional heroic qualities such as idealism, courage, or morality."

He may at times do the right thing, but he made a deal with the devil. Often, his actions are driven by motives other than the typical superhero desire to help others.

Would you like to draw a ghost rider? This easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial is here to help. All you will need is a pencil and a sheet of paper.

You may also wish to use crayons, colored pencils, markers, or paints to shade your finished drawing.

If you liked this drawing tutorial, see also the following guides: Demon drawing, Flames and Smoke drawing, and Sugar Skull drawing.

Ghost Rider Drawing Tutorial - Easy & Fun Printable Pages

Join now and get immediate access to thousands of printable drawing instruction and practice pages!

Printables thumbnail: How to draw a Ghost Rider

Learn how to get access to thousands of printable pages!

Become a member sales prompt


Still seeing ads or not being able to download the PDF?

First, check that you're logged in. You can log in on the member login page.

If you're still not able to download the PDF, the likely solution is to reload the page.

You can do this by clicking the browser reload button.

It is a circular arrow-shaped icon at the top of the browser window, typically found in the upper-left side (you can also use keyboard shortcuts: Ctrl+R on PC and Command+R on Mac).

See a Google Web Story of this Ghost Rider Drawing Tutorial.

Why You Can Trust Our Drawing Guides

We've been creating high-quality, easy-to-follow drawing tutorials since 2016. Rauno and the team of experienced artists are dedicated to helping people of all ages and skill levels learn to draw.

We've carefully crafted over 1,900 step-by-step tutorials, ensuring that each one is safe, beginner-friendly, and engaging. We expand our library with new drawing guides every week, adding more drawing ideas and staying up-to-date with new trends.

Our commitment to quality and accessibility has earned the trust of more than 1,700 satisfied paid members who have access to the huge library of drawing printables and ebooks, in addition to the regular step-by-drawing tutorials that are available for all readers.

You can trust Easy Drawing Guides to provide you with some of the best drawing tutorials available online.

Learn more about Rauno and Easy Drawing Guides.