Here is our first "Learn to Draw a Monster" printable, which shows the kids how to draw a very funny, short and all-round monster with two little horns on his head. Ours is blue but of course your child's can be any colour!
Learn to Draw Monsters
Monsters are a brilliant outlet for children's imaginations as nobody can tell them thei monster is "wrong" - monsters, after all, can look any way you like! We've got some really fun guided tutorials here that we hope will start them off thinking about how they will draw their own monsters in future. I have a sneaking suspicion that the kids will love them.footer
I love this funny little round monster, with its cross eyed eyes and big smile! It's an easy one for the kids to learn to draw, and once they have the basics they can change the shape and facial expressions to really make it their own.
Our third "Learn to Draw a Monster" printable teaches the kids how to draw a funny alien-like monster with three eyes! Just print it out and follow along with each step…
The monster in this "learn to draw" tutorial has many similarities a stegosaurus, I think! It is slightly more tricky to draw than our previous monsters, but just as appealing, I think you will agree!
Learn to draw a short, round, squidgy monster with one eye and two dangly antennae! This monster is one that I wouldn't like to meet in the garden with no shoes on! I think the kids will have fun with it…
Here is a fun octopus-like monster for the kids to learn to draw! Actually, he reminds me of a cuddly toy that my daughter once had! Once the kids have learned the basics from this learn-to-draw tutorial, they can adapt the monster to make a really creative one of their own.
Hello cheeky monster! I'm sure the kids will enjoy this "learn to draw a monster" tutorial and will have fun first copying, then personalising, their own funny monster!
This is number eight of nine "Learn to Draw a Monster" tutorials on the website, and this monster is certainly different! He has a long neck, wings, and 6 feet!