Grim reaper drawings (part 1)

by Vincenzo




Looking for grim reaper drawings are you? Well with this tutorial you not only will be able to draw your grim reaper but it is going to be a fun grim reaper, a cartoonish if you want. Small but really pissed off!


In this tutorial I will guide you through a series of simple steps to realize a super deformed version of the grim reaper.

Small and cute but still deadly. You might find useful to review my tutorial on how to draw an evil skull because the head of the Reaper, under the hood, is basically an evil skull.


Moreover at the bottom of this tutorial you'll find a video version of the tutorial (or on the video channel of the drawing factory on YouTube) that will give you a visual guidance through the various steps.


Let's get started


Grim reaper drawings Step 1


grim reaper tutorial


The first step as usual is drawing the general outline of whatever we want to create. In this case you can notice that the anatomy of this dummy character is quite skewed toward the cartoonish style. Very big head compared to the rest of the body. Also the limbs are abnormally short.


I have spent a few minutes sketching and re sketching to find the right pose for my dummy upon which we will build our reaper. Let's move on.


Grim reaper drawings Step 2


grim reaper tutorial


What is a Reaper without a scythe! I also posed the right hand. The Scythe is pointing slightly toward the observer so be careful to apply the right perspective when you draw it. A trick might be to inscribe the blade into a rectangle. Much easier to draw from various angles than the crude blade shape.


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Grim reaper drawings The Video Tutorial




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