|Uploaded:||September 3, 2010|
|Updated:||September 3, 2010|
What’s spooky, dark, full of mystery, and is usually home to many tales? It could only be one thing, and that thing is a spooky house. I just had to do another tutorial on one of these creepy structures because we will be seeing a bunch of them in less then a month. So, for today I will be showing you guys "how to draw a haunted house", step by step. One great thing about these houses of lore, is the fact that they all come in many different styles, colors, and sizes. You got to think, why is it cool to go on a haunted house amusement ride, but not walk inside of the real thing? I know the answer to that question, and it’s simple. For starters, haunted houses that can be found at various amusement parks, and carnivals are all fake, but walking inside of the real thing is a bit different because you are actually risking your life by even stepping foot into a house that is spooked to the max. To me, I think it’s more fun to "draw a haunted house" because you can make them look like anything you want. If you want to draw a really fantastic creation, adding some real scary looking gargoyles or bat structures may be something that can spruce up your drawing creation. This is a fun submission because I really want you guys to follow the steps, but also add some of your uniqueness to bring out the monster in you. I hope I see a lot of artwork going up on your very own haunted house. Remember, everybody’s perception is different when it comes to inventing your own stuff. Have fun guys, and remember to also have an awesome Halloween when it’s time to ring that bell and shout “TRICK OR TREAT”!