First in the series of drawing everyday objects as part of the Artists training series. How to draw a Hammer is about as simple as it gets. Learn to draw a Hammer step by step with this set of drawing photos I put together.
You can watch each step of the photo gallery below as you draw along.
Draw a line like this.
Now draw another line creating the handle
Draw a circle at the handle base
Draw an opposing smaller bar for the actual hammer part
Draw the classic hammer part as shown
Draw the claw part at the other end
Thin down the large bar and define the handle more
Pencil shade the handle and darken the outline more
Pencil shade underneath to bring the Hammer out almost 3D like
Drawing Demon Skulls in the following video. I draw these all the time and whilst the Demon Skull in the video is not a finished and more refined drawing than I’d like, it does have some qualities of quick concept sketch art from the pencil drawing stage to the rough inked stage.
Now with the basic video out of the way we can move on to looking at drawing variations of Demon Skull. Alternate versions if you will. And we’ll go through these in small steps, so that you can follow the drawing process as I go along.
Here are a selection of photos in which I begin to draw a Demon Skull from scratch.
Painting a Hellraiser inspired quick acrylic painting with this Pinhead piece. The challenge I gave myself was just limiting to using black and white acrylic paint and mix it when I needed to and to paint this quite quick and not worry about mistakes.
This quick painting process is useful to try as you can learn very quickly too about painting with acrylic paints and trial the process with experimentation.
Hellraiser Acrylic artwork quick paint – Inspired by the movies.