Doodling helps pass time, and if you're creative, doodling make-believe creatures is an entertaining way to to show your talents. Because monsters are fictional, there is no right or wrong way to make your art. Give the monster the characteristics and appearance you desire, creating a friendly monster or a terrifying one. Likewise, make your art as simple or as complicated as you desire.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Pencil crayons
Decide how you want your monster doodle to appear. If you wish to copy a traditional monster, such as dragon, familiarise yourself with traditional monsters. If you want to invent your own monster, decide what traits it will have.
Draw the outline of the monster. Decide whether the monster will be flying, swimming or standing. At the least, the monster should have a body and head.
Draw the monster's face. Doodle eyes, a nose, a mouth and ears. If the monster is sinister, draw narrow eyes and consider drawing more than two. If the monster is meant to look ferocious, fill its mouth with jagged, sharp teeth. A friendly monster might have a happy smile.
Add defining features to the monster. Scales, wings, claws and a tail can help make your monster stand out and define its personality.
Draw additional accents around your monster. These accents could include fire shooting from its mouth, a castle behind it or an innocent human being in its claws.
Add colour to your monster doodle, if desired.
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