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Sunday, October 31, 2010

How to draw Blood Splatters

How to Draw Blood
Original Tutorial: http://www.dragoart.com/tuts/1789/1/1/how-to-draw-blood.htm 
 
 how to draw blood
how to draw blood step 1

Step 1.

This is a very simple first step. All you have to do is draw four different shaped circles. The one in the left corner resembles a sun. The shape to the right of it looks like an oval with three lines in a vertical angle. Next draw out the last two which is an odd shape and a circle shape.
 
how to draw blood step 2

Step 2.

In this step you will start drawing the blood shapes. Start with the biggest. All you have to do is draw different shapes and sizes of the blood drips. Finish the tear shape in the middle and then add splatter lines on the top of the right blood stain along with drip lines. Next draw a few pointed shapes for the pool of blood and then the razor lines and shapes for the blood splatter.
 
how to draw blood step 3

Step 3.

Color in all your blood designs leaving hints of white in select locations as shown to you here. This will add the wet look to the finished colored blood spots while also adding depth and texture.
 
how to draw blood step 4

Step 4.

For your last step you are going to draw out and color in the remaining bits of drips and splatter lines as you see here. I would tell you to erase guidelines, but as you can see there is none because they are colored in.
 
how to draw blood step 5

Step 5.

Once you are done your work should come out looking like the marks you see here. All you have to do now is incorporate the newly drawn designs with some of your favorite drawing. I hope you liked learning how to draw blood step by step.
 
 
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13 comments:

  1. nice guide to draw blood splatters! Happy Halloween!

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  2. hy friend , a fallow your blog ,please fallow mine

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  3. pretty nifty :D I was always curious about this, actually XD

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  4. Awesome!

    When i used to do photoshop art stuff I was usually just lazy and would find paintbrush kits for the things I needed >_>

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  5. thanks, very nice. they looks really good.

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  6. great tip. really eed this stuff bro

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  7. That's awesome, great post man

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  8. awersome imagination thanks for sharing:)

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