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Evil clown drawings is what you have been asking for and it is exactly what I am going to deliver with this shiny tutorial on the Drawing Factory.
Be advised though, the final drawing is super scary and not for the faint of heart.
Here is the final Image to give you an idea of where are we heading.
So my friends, pick up your pencil, a few colors and your bravery with you because you are going to need it by the end of the tutorial.The whole drawing is also present as a Video Tutorial both at the end of the page and on the Drawing Factory channel on You Tube. Let's start drawing!
As usual the first thing you should do is establishing the principal forms of the drawing. In this case I have realized in red the general shape of the head of the clown and in green the basic drawing lines that will help us position eyes, nose and mouth of the clown.
This is not going to be a realistic drawing so it is not imperative that you follow the basic rules for the setup of a face. Eye's line can be a bit higher than the middle of the face and the mouth abnormally large.
I have also sketched the ears, not really human ears!
|The image of the evil clown is a development in American popular culture, in which the playful trope of the clown is rendered as disturbing through the use of horror elements and dark humor.|
In this next step we are just going to add eyebrows and the round nose (could it be a clown without it?). I am also using a black marker to trace over the construction lines. My suggestion is not to rush though these first steps.
Take your time and position these basic elements with care and look at the general feeling of the drawing before moving further
This is a very important step and one that is crucial to give to your clown that evil gaze. Have you noticed how I have drawn the eyes apart from each other?
They are smaller than they should be if you were trying to build a regular face and positioned dramatically apart from each other. This small trick gives the clown his evil and eerie look.
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