|Uploaded:||October 21, 2008|
|Updated:||October 21, 2008|
Well I just submitted a tutorial on a Great White and now you are about to learn how to draw another evil looking character from truth, fiction and tales. For my next drawing lesson I will be showing you how to draw the Devil step by step. The devil to us has many meanings and he has many different types of image depictions as well. This being of evil has been called Lucifer, Satan, Diablo, a Demon and "Prince of Darkness". Of course there are many other names, but these are the most common. But who is he really? Well if you want to go by the Christian biblical terms, than everyone knows who the devil is; he is a fallen angel that God condemned and was cast away into the “lake of fire”. When others describe on what they believe the bible says about the devil, he is just a medifore to explain why there is human sin and temptation amongst us all. Others believe that when the bible says that Lucifer appeared to Eve in the form of a serpent in the Garden of Eden and manipulated her to bite from the apple that she shared with Adam. The devil has been used in many movies and video games over time with the most popular being the computer game “Diablo” and “Mundus” from the hit video game “Devil May Cry”. As for movies one of the most memorable characters that had a devil as one of the main characters was “Legend”. The devil was named “The Lord of Darkness”. The devil is usually described as having red colored rough skin, black thick bull like horns, very muscular, and even at times having the bottom have of his body resemble a goat or ox. I chose to draw my depiction of the devil by surrounding him with flames and very mean, evil, and chilling. Even though this creature is seen in games and movies, he is also a very popular image that men and woman use for tattoo art. Since the devil is a very popular tattooing stencil, I will place this tutorial in the pop culture category under tattoos. I will show you how easy it is to learn how to draw the devil step by step. I left the finished line art as a sketch so you can see how your drawing should look when it is done. I hope you will enjoy this drawing lesson that I have presented to you today. I will be back with more drawing fun in a bit so stay tuned. Peace out people.