Halloween Drawings - Drawing Ideas for All Hallows' Eve
An ever growing collection of Halloween drawings on Let's Draw That! Decorate your house, make some cards and get drawing ideas for Halloween!
Welcome to our Halloween drawings page! Here we've collected the tutorials on Let's Draw That! that make for good Halloween drawing ideas to use for cards, decorations, and more. For most drawings we have already made a step-by-step tutorial, but we have also included a few drawings that are combined from different tutorials on this website and specifically crafted for this spooky occasion. Have fun and enjoy!
If there is one character that is certain to show up on Halloween night, it is a witch in a pointy hat.
Our witch starts as a simple chibi-style girl. By adding the details – a pointy hat, broom, long cape and hooked nose – we turn the little girl into a cute witch flying her broom on a full moon on Halloween night.
An easy variation on the previous picture is to make a witch silhouette drawing by colouring in the witch and the broom all in a single black colour. Silhouettes are perfect and easy Halloween dawings.
The next classic Halloween character is a ghost - there would be no Halloween without some white sheets with no feet flying through the streets.
The ghost is also very easy to draw. Here we draw one using just a few simple ovals and some squiggly lines. By adding some large, exaggerated eyes we end up with a very cute, cartoon style ghost floating in the air.
Next in the line-up of spooky character drawings fit for Halloween night is a vampire.
We will draw a skinny vampire with a long face and pointy chin and nose, creeping up on his next victim. The vampire's body is drawn from simple triangles. Also, the vampire wears a full-length coat. That way, he looks well dressed without the need to draw all the clothing details!
Decorations and backgrounds for Halloween drawings
With your pumpkins, spooky characters and animals covered, it is time to add a few more details and decorations to your Halloween drawings. The following tutorials are some inspiration for your backgrounds and to cover odd corners and blank areas on the paper.