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how to draw a sandworm from beetlejuice

How to Draw a Sandworm From Beetlejuice

Step 1.

Very simple lesson. Start off by drawing the snake like body which is a single line and then draw the head guide.

Step 2.

We will now draw the actual shape of the Sandworm's body along with the outer lips for the widely open mouth.

Step 3.

Before we draw in the other head and all the teeth, we will need to draw in the stripes that flow down the entire worm starting at the back of the head. Also add a fin and a couple lines on the snout.

Step 4.

Now go ahead and begin the drawing process of the second head which is emerging from the Sandworm's mouth. Along with the head you will need to draw in the large sharp teeth as well.

Step 5.

For the last drawing step all you will have to do is draw in the eye and wrinkle lines around the eye for the larger main head, then draw in the teeth, tongue and eye for the worm head inside the mouth. Also add some rot on the snout as well. Erase whatever mistakes you might have made along with the visible guidelines.

Step 6.

That's it, here is the finished drawing for the Sandworm in Beetlejuice. I hope you had fun and I also hope you upload your finished drawing so I can check it out as well.

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Uploaded: May 14, 2018
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: May 15, 2018
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Artist comments

I had a tough time choosing which lesson to upload next, but after careful thought I decided to upload this tutorial next, on how to draw a Sandworm from Beetlejuice, step by step. The Sandworm is probably one of the most iconic creatures from Beetlejuice. It is the very creature that goes after Adam, the one that Barbara hops on to stop Beetlejuice from taking Lydia, the very scary, creepy looking worm that lives in the sand of the beyond. I've always like this worm, I always meant to make a lesson for it a very long time ago, but never got around to it. That's okay, because it's here now and if I had drawn it back a few years ago, it would have not been as good as it looks now. With time everyone's skills get better and obviously I never stop drawing so with age skills get better. Thanks guys and I hope you enjoy drawing this Sandworm from Beetlejuice.