Step 6: On the left side of the torso, draw a big, angled line as a guide for Dracula's first arm. On the bottom end, draw a small circle as a guide for the fist. The circle should overlap the body a bit. Draw an angled line on the other side of the torso for the vampire's other arm. Add a half-circle at the bottom.
That's it for the guides! For the next steps, use darker lines for a more defined drawing of Dracula from Hotel Transylvania.
Step 7: Inside the first circle, lightly sketch an angled line similar to a backward letter L for the nose. Use the initial lines and shapes as guides for the size and position of Drac's nose. When you get the shape right, darken the line. Curve the lower, left side up for the outer nostril.
Step 8: At the top of the nose, on either side, draw a small, curved shape for Dracula's eyes. The shapes should be similar to the letter D on its side. The eye on the right will be partly blocked by the nose. Make the eye on the left a little bit bigger because of the way the vampire's head is turned.
Step 9: Inside each eye, on the lower, left side, draw a small circle for the irises. Inside each iris, draw a dot for the pupils. Above the eyes, draw a thick, long shape for Dracula's eyebrows. Don't place the eyebrows too high inside the circle. Shade the inside of the eyebrows.