Evil clown drawings and sketches bring dark thoughts to our minds but we are, somehow, locked into these sinister mental images which bring terror into children's hearts as well as adults.
Are there happy clowns around? Yes, they are fun and make us laugh at their hilarious antics. However, beneath that seemingly happy smiling clown, there maybe a sinister grin with evil thoughts that invade our space.
Do not use a clown décor theme in your child's bedroom which will give them traumatic nightmares. Young kids do not like to see these images where the head seems alien from the body.
Resident evil can be lurking underneath layers of paint like the Joker from the Batman movies, this evil dude is Batman's main adversary.
You can find these super villains in real life and they look quite normal—they can be dressed in a biz suit, plain ordinary jeans or someone like your next door neighbor!
So you want to draw an evil clown, right? Well, it is simple enough if you follow along with me here. Draw an oval shape for the head, then a small circle in the middle of the oval which represents the clown's nose. Most clowns have this bulbous nose which is usually bright red. Then draw the eyes—and you'll notice in the drawing here they are heavy black lines on the upper lids and also under the eye.
Next step is to paint the really thick lips in an upward sweep as show in this illustration. Notice the elongated V-shape above and below the eye? You will often see these on young funky girls or someone in a punk band. Well, this is where they originally came from.
Then draw a mass of red hair sticking out both sides of his head, make it scraggly—also partly on the top of his head. Don't worry about the ears, they're usually hidden by the hair.
Clown's faces should be stark white which makes his lips and nose stand out.
These are usual clown features. But as you know, a smile from a clown's lips could mean something sinister is going on in his mind—but maybe he's a happy-go-lucky guy!
Get out you pencil box and drawing paper to show the list here your creative ability. Also, it might just scare your friends and impress them!
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