Thursday, 29 July 2010

How to draw a bed sheet monster cartoon that will scare you enemies and delight your friends and local business associates.

I am often asked how I can draw a scarey cartoons bed sheet type ghost characture, and I can. For other people it might not be so easy, so I've spend many hours googling and have found this link which may be useful if you wish to draw a cartoon bed sheet type ghost thing, although I don't approved of cheating and drawing pencil lines first, it's probably an American thing anyway.

Here's the link: 


  1. Marvellous, and particularly scary, Loenard. And with a little bit of crayoning, it could even become a scary pilot light logo. Of course, the trick there would be to know that you wouldn't use the red crayon, but the blue one - a trap most beginners might fall into.

  2. Dear Leonard,

    I read that whole thing about missing missy and it made me weep and smudge my mascara. It also totally sidetracked me from the original purpose of this post, which was to ask you if you could do a tutorial on drawing ghoulies, as well.

    Thanking you in anticipation.

  3. I think it's really shocking that a so called professional missing cat posterist would act so unprofessionally when designing a missing cat poster. It's a tragic story and probably didn't help at all to find that poor pussy.

    As for drawing ghoolies, I haven't drawn ghoolies since that terrible incident at the girls boarding school assembly, but I'm willing to give it another go here on my own webspace. I'll see how hot it is tomorrow.

    The central heating hasn't been on since May in this house!