How to Draw a Ghost

In today’s drawing tutorial, you are going to learn how to draw a ghost.

Just follow our easy step by step ghost drawing instructions and you’ll be drawing friendly (or scary) ghosts in no time.

How to Draw a Ghost Step by Step Ghost Drawing Tutorial (easy)

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When it comes to drawing a ghost, it’s all about it’s facial expressions – you can make a scary ghost, a friendly one, silly looking one… It’s all in the face. That said, we’ll be drawing a friendly, not scary ghost.

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How to Draw a Ghost

Ghost Directed Drawing Guide

What you need:

  • our printable template (optional)
  • paper
  • pencil or black marker

Step by Step Ghost Drawing Instructions

 

Step 1

Start by drawing a curved shape (like a upside down letter U). This will be the top part of the ghost’s head.

Step 1

Step 2

Draw hands – you can keep them simple, with drawing “U” shapes, or make them more detailed.

Step 2

Step 3

Let’s start working on the body. Start on the left side, drawing a curved line from the hand downwards.

Step 3

Step 4

Now move to the right side and draw another curved line, ending it above the first one.

Step 4

Step 5

Complete with the wiggly “tail”.

Step 5

Step 6

Now comes the face. If you want your ghost to look happy, draw “normal” eyes, and a “moon” shaped mouth. This way your ghost won’t look scary at all.

If you want a scary one, color the eyes all black and draw the “moon” shape with it’s end points turned downwards. You can even add a diagonal line on top of the eyes to make the ghost look angry. Scary isn’t it.

Step 6

All done, you have learned how to draw a ghost!

Finished Ghost Drawing

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