How to Draw a Cartoon Frankenstein

Cartoon Frankenstein drawing

With Halloween fast approaching – drawing a cartoon Frankenstein is a neat way to celebrate as it’ll help you to create cool-looking decorations. Actually – this might just be the ticket for an interesting costume as well!

OK – time to bring this monster to life!

First Step – Here’s an Approach to Drawing the Structure

First thing, take a look at the following examples as they’ll help you to formulate a simple ‘shape by shape’ structure from which to help you draw your monster. Adjust it as you see fit – or even… skip this step if you’re comfortable without it.

Here’s how it looks…

Shapes for drawing a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the limbs on a cartoon Frankenstein

Straight up and down – and symmetrically aligned – this framework will allow you to spend more time on getting creative and developing your character. And this is especially helpful when you’re just starting out.

So – ready for round two? Great – let’s go…

Second Step – It’s ALIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVE!!

Alright, now it’s time to ‘create’ your monster in the form of a drawing. And surely, these step by step images – outlining the entire process, will help you out. Take advantage – but don’t forget to try out some of your own ideas along the way.

Beginning with the head – draw!

Drawing the brow and eyes of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the face of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the mouth and ears of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the head of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the hair of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the head details of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the arms and body of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the arms of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the hands of the cartoon Frankenstein Drawing the legs of the cartoon Frankenstein Black and white drawing of a cartoon Frankenstein Drawing of a cartoon Frankenstein

And there he (or perhaps in your case she!?) – is, a one-of-a-kind, stitch-sewn monster, similar to the Frankenstein made famous in the movies. Notice all the extra stitches I added in the end… I always love going ‘a little overboard’ on the details. 🙂

Well, that completes another lesson – stay tuned for more Halloween-oriented ones to come!