Evil Joker Drawings
Evil joker drawings can be a real hoot to draw, especially if you create one that is scary. Hey, most of those you see on Google images are not scary and perhaps a babe-in-arms would just smile at them!
Why do most of us have a fascination for evil drawings? Maybe we've had too many bad dreams or seen too many movies where the antagonist is truly evil as in the Evil Queen, Emperor Palpatine (Star Wars) or the movie The Exorcist.
Ever seen some of these evil clown tattoos on macho men? Do you think this is to show some form of dominance as you get with lions in their pride?
Evil joker drawings are relatively easy to draw. Get to know what makes a face—any face—sinister-looking. It's all in the expression of each facial feature from piercing eyes, the razor-sharp teeth, the exaggerated clown eyebrows—and a coldness which you can master purely with the right color choices.
There are no rules to follow which makes it is easy to draw graffiti. You've probably seen many walls around the world from NYC to London, Johannesburg to Timbuktu—that have been plastered with graffiti. That means nearly everyone can get involved with this new form of wall art, anyone. So that means you.
The eye shadow is also important in capturing an evil look which goes from the lids to a few inches ABOVE the eyebrow as in most clowns.
The nose can be drawn with a simple round shape because these sinister clowns know that most people just love their red noses.
Lip shapes are next to the eyes as far as being expressive, and a menacing grin will sometimes do the trick. (See the drawings further down the page for different shapes.) With the lips slightly parted you'll see those horrendous teeth which would make "Jaws" envious.
The hair is usually pretty disgusting in color and how it flops all over the place, but it is simple to draw with only squiggly lines going in all directions.
Tips on drawing a little evil here and there
Copyright 2014 © All Rights Reserved
The Evil Joker
My Testimonial to You
The Drawing-Pencil-Sketches website is very well put-together. The pencil sketch at the top of the page catches your eye right away and makes you interested in reading and learning more about what it is about and is very well organized and easy to find your way around the site.
It makes you feel confident that you really could learn to draw and sketch. Drawing pencil sketches is very detailed and provides great advice on learning how to draw just about anything!.