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Sunday, September 28, 2014

How to Draw a Haunted House Free Worksheet

How to Draw A Haunted House
These old houses come in all shapes and sizes so you do not have to copy my design exactly, you can just use it as a starting point for your own drawing.

If your drawing is not perfect do not give up, drawing takes practice so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back to this blog often- I have many projects for you to choose from. Do not get discouraged keep it up.

To print the free worksheet below just highlight it and send to your printer or save to your device to print later. Some printers work better with this kind of image if you drag it off to your desktop and print from there. If you have problems see the how to print tab above. Below are links to this file in different formats in case they work better.

Printable how to draw a haunted house worksheet
If you liked this printable drawing lesson you might also like How To Draw A Vampire Bat. CLICK HERE. 

CLICK HERE to go to an jpeg image file that may work better with some printers.
Some printers work better with a PDF file. CLICK HERE to go to a PDF file.


Use basic shapes to make an interesting house. Draw lightly so you can erase later and experiment with the design. Some parts are in front of other parts like the porch or the tower. Show the house from the corner and have two sides. Don't worry about straight lines- in fact, if the lines are a little crooked it makes the house look older and more spooky.

Add the windows and the doorway. Use guidelines to keep the tops and bottoms of windows all in a line if one is higher or longer it looks sloppy.

Add line for the brick foundation and two lines that curve outward for the stairs

Add the roof shingles by drawing the letter "U" in rows. Add shutters by drawing long rectangles next to the windows, have some hanging crooked. Add a railing for the porch, Add the brick foundation with short thick sideways lines

Add a fence but have a few pieces falling down or missing. Draw flagstones in the sidewalk. Add bricks to the chimney the same as the foundation. Add a few dead trees on the side of the house. A few tombstones are always a good idea and a bat or black cat. and don't forget the moon.

Make the windows dark unless you are going to have a spooky green light coming from inside.

(c) Adron 9/28/14

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