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Easy Halloween Drawing Ideas

Easy Halloween Drawing Ideas

What do you think of when we say Halloween? Is it the October weather, spooky tricks, a nightmare-inducing monster or ghost, or sweat treats and candy corn?

Art is about self-expression, and you’ll surely find drawing tutorials that express what Halloween means to you, your kids, your family, or your students on this list. So, grab a pencil, pen, or tablet, and let’s get sketching!

How to Draw a Skeleton Hand

Skeleton Hand

 

Is your child fascinated by skeletons? Check out this fun skeleton hand idea. It’s also a great idea for any beginner artist. The video tutorial and detailed instructions leave no room for error, as they guide you through each bone. And the final product is creepy as it is simple!

Read more about How to Draw a Skeleton Hand on easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw a Broom

Broom

What’s a witch without her broomstick, right? In four steps, you can draw the traditional straw broom or the rugged and messy witch’s broomstick. We’re leaning towards the second Halloween-themed idea, but it’s your call!

Get the instructions for How to Draw a Broom from letsdrawthat.com

Halloween Sunset Drawing

Halloween Sunset Drawing

Are you looking for detailed drawing ideas with several elements? Thanks to this fun art project, your kid will sketch a spooky sunset landscape featuring bats, owls, cats, dead trees, and a scary house in the background. We especially love how these dark elements contrast with the sunset’s changing colors.

Learn about this Halloween Sunset Drawing on artprojectsforkids.org

Ghosts

ghost

 

It doesn’t get better than this! A blob with two eyes will give you the cutest little ghost! Also, you no longer have to search for a ghost drawing idea that you can replicate without following steps. And you can make the ghost illustrations cute or creepy by changing its facial expressions.

Learn how to draw ghosts on skillshare.com

How to Draw Frankenstein Monster

Frankenstein Monster

Make Frankenstein’s monster come to life with this Frankenstein drawing, which features his green face and infamous scar and bolts. With the easy-to-follow instructions and tutorial, you or your kid will beat Doctor Frankenstein at his own game: creating monsters!

Read more about How to Draw Frankenstein Monster on easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw a Skull

skull

 

Skulls might be too scary for the little ones, but adults and teens will probably enjoy them. If you have some basic drawing skills, you won’t have a hard time following this skull tutorial. Not to mention, this detailed artwork idea has many lines and curves that add to the creepiness of the skull.

Learn How to Draw a Skull on easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw a Spider

spider

 

The search for fun Halloween drawing ideas that your family, kids, or students can follow is over. Spiders can be a marvelous subject, as anyone can draw the spider web and the spider on top of it.

It’s also very easy to color with a black and orange color scheme, so they won’t get bored and abandon this mid-project. Not to mention, this is a cool opportunity to teach kids about spider anatomy.

Get the instructions for How to Draw a Spider on artprojectsforkids.org

Jack O’ Lantern Drawing

Jack O' Lantern

 

Do you want to take your pumpkin drawing game to the next level? Then, Jack O’ Lantern art projects are where it’s at!

This drawing idea has a detailed guide with written instructions, simple step-by-step images, and a video tutorial. Also, you can personalize it by changing Jack O’ Lantern’s facial expressions as you like.

Read about the Jack O’ Lantern Drawing on skiptomylou.org

How to Draw a Black Cat

Black Cat

 

Black cats tend to get the short end of the stick, but the Halloween season is the perfect time for them to shine. With the help of this easy tutorial, sketch a cute black cat to show them some extra love. Also, this Halloween drawing idea features a full moon, flying bat, and the night sky, which further set the tone.

Get the instructions for How to Draw a Black Cat from easydrawingguides.com

Vampires

vampire

One of the most classic costumes for Halloween parties is going as a vampire. So, why not create a simplistic vampire drawing? This is yet another one of our easy Halloween drawings with only four steps, so children can pull it off.

Learn more about Vampires Halloween crafts from how-to-draw-funny-cartoons.com

How to Draw an Owl

owl

In our search for subtle Halloween drawing ideas, this owl stood out, so you can get away with hanging it around all year. It’s a mix of beautiful and spooky (as owls generally are). In addition, this drawing idea is super easy with a few lines and detailed instructions.

Get the details for How to Draw an Owl from easylinedrawing.com

How to Draw a Witch Hat

_witch hat

One of the coolest witch art ideas is drawing a witch hat. We find this tutorial more suitable for adults than children because of the difficulty level of its lines. Also, you can color it in dark shades with only the buckle in gold for contrast. But of course, you can use any colors you like.

Get the instructions for How to Draw a Witch Hat from easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw Pennywise

Pennywise

 

Are you an It fan? You might want to check out this Pennywise drawing! Such drawing ideas are certainly not for the faint-hearted or beginner artists. If you have some sketching experience, you can use this tutorial as an opportunity to practice face proportions and angles. The drawing gives us the chills just looking at it, so it’s definitely on brand.

Read the instructions for How to Draw Pennywise on easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw Jack Skellington

Jack Skellington

 

A Halloween classic is The Nightmare Before Christmas, featuring Jack Skellington. We’d say this is one easy drawing idea, but it’ll take you some time to get the details of his suit down. Also, it’s a monochrome sketch, which is perfect if you aren’t fond of coloring.

Read more about How to Draw Jack Skellington from easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw a Haunted House

Haunted House

 

A haunted house allows you to unleash your creativity, as you can change up its design. Still, you can always go down the classic route and start drawing this simple haunted house silhouette. The dead tree, full moon, lit windows, and bat complete the scene.

We love that you’ll be drawing a silhouette rather than the whole house because it makes the drawing tutorial much more simple. Of course, the minimal colors help as well.

Get the details for How to Draw a Haunted House from easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw a Mummy

Mummy

Mummies are yet another classic idea for costumes, so let’s see what that translates to on paper? It’s pretty easy to draw the body of the mummy since it’s wrapped in bandages from head to toe (excluding the eyes). Of course, you can freestyle the bandages, which is always fun.

Also, if you want to take your Egyptian mummy to the next level, you can add a haunted house or Egyptian pyramid in the background.

Understand How to Draw a Mummy on easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw a Zombie

Zombie

 

A young artist can easily recreate this simple zombie Halloween drawing and have so much fun with it! Zombies are typically spooky, but this zombie illustration is more silly and cartoonish.

Get the instructions for How to Draw a Zombie from howtodrawforkids.com

How to Draw Stacked Pumpkins

Stacked Pumpkins

 

A fun twist on pumpkin drawing ideas is to create a snowman-shaped figure with three stacked pumpkin fruits. The drawing also features a pumpkin on the left and right. Not to mention, there’s a cute bat, full moon, and some clouds. Finally, those who want to embrace the spirit of the Halloween season will love the choice of purple for the sky.

Get the hang of How to Draw Stacked Pumpkins from artprojectsforkids.org

How to Draw a Clown

Clown

Drawing a clown is a fun way to celebrate Halloween, which is why we have two easy clown tutorials that accommodate beginners of all ages. They guide you through everything from the outline to the highlight.

But why two clowns, you might ask. Well, the first is the cute one you want for your kid’s birthday, but the second is what you’re terrified of finding in the backseat of your car. So, let’s say there’s something for everyone in the family.

Go to artbyro.com to get the details for How to Draw a Clown

How to Draw a Tombstone

Tombstone

Some people go all out with their Halloween decorations by adding tombstones to their lawn and turning it into a graveyard. Although that may be out of reach, this tombstone drawing tutorial isn’t.

If you want to make it even creepier, add a skeleton hand (which we’ve referenced before) protruding from the ground. Also, you can use this grave idea to decorate a Halloween greeting card.

Get the full instructions for How to Draw a Tombstone on easydrawingguides.com

How to Draw a Witch

witch

Witches are a Halloween staple, so we can’t discuss Halloween drawing ideas without throwing a cute witch somewhere in there. This easy witch drawing features the witch hat, broom, crooked nose, and long cape.

Also, you get to sketch the golden moon and stars, juxtaposing the night sky behind the witch. We love the concept because you can switch it up by making the witch’s figure a dark silhouette.

Find the details for How to Draw a Witch on letsdrawthat.com

Overall, we hope you’re inspired by the easy and fun Halloween drawing collection we have for you. Be sure to let us know which ideas on this list are you most excited to start with?

Written by Joanne Gonzales

Joanne Gonzales has a passion for getting creative. Whether she is making personalized DIY gifts or taking part in larger arts and crafts projects, she puts her all into making new and beautiful things.

She lives with a group of close friends and believes in the natural way of life. Joanne has built an outdoor arts and crafts gallery that overlooks the countryside in her hometown, which is where all of her creations come to life.

Art started off as a hobby, but over time Joanne has mastered her skills and sold some of her favorite pieces. She works full time as a florist and has done for many years. It helps keep her creative juices flowing and she hopes to one day open her own florist shop with a twist.

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