Welcome to kiddy can draw, fun step by step drawing tutorial. Today we are going to draw a Dracula cupcake for halloween.
So, grab a piece of paper and a pencil or a marker, and let's start drawing.
Step 1: The Cupcake Outline
Draw one curved line at the bottom, then draw a straight line coming up from each end going slightly outwards.
Step 2: Face Features
Draw 2 large circles for the eyes leaving a small white circle inside each of them to show light reflection. Draw eyelashes as small curved lines as shown. Draw a curved line between the eyes for the mouth, add a small sharp tooth coming out from the side of the mouth as shown.
Step 3: First Layer Of The Icing
Draw a curved pillowy shape that is higher from one side than the other, add a curly strand of hair coming out from the middle of the bottom side of the icing layer.
Step 4: Second Layer Of The Icing
Draw another curved pillowy shape smaller than the first one, and also higher on one side than the other but on opposite sides than the first layer as shown.
Step 5: The Top Of The Icing
Draw an inverted cone shape for the top of the icing.
Step 6: Dracula Cape
Draw 2 small curved lines coming out from the sides of the cupcake going upwards, then draw a curved line intersecting each line and going down to connect to the bottom of the cupcake. Draw another line similar to the previous one to make a crescent shape on each side of the cupcake.
Congratulations, now you can draw a Dracula cupcake.
Now, grab the colors of your choice and start painting your drawing, I am sure it will be outstanding
Tip: To show light reflection on any surface while coloring, leave a small line or sometimes circles without color or use an eraser to erase a few lines or spots as shown in the coloured picture.
Tip: If you are using coloured pencil and would like to achieve a 3D effect as the one in my drawing, pick a darker shade for the color you pick and go over some parts of the drawing with this darker shade as shown in the final picture, and try to blend the two colors together well on paper by easing the pressure on the pencil tip as you go towards the lighter parts.