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By Holly Spanner
Published: October 24, 2022 at 12:51 pm
The leaves are turning to autumn gold, the smell of pumpkin spice is in the air and we’re more than ready for a spooky art project !
In this easy haunted house drawing tutorial, we’ll show you how to draw your own haunted house and guide you through each step. We’ll begin by planning out the basic shape and proportions of the house, before adding detail to finish.
This fantasy house sits atop a spooky hill with a winding path leading to the front door. This haunted house drawing comes complete with (easy to draw) ghosts, a creaky tree and even the odd spider or two.
Younger kids may find it tricky to draw their own haunted house, but there’s no need for them to miss out on all the fun. We’ve created a free haunted house colouring sheet for them to colour in!
Top tips for your own haunted house drawing
- Take inspiration from real-life houses and churches: Look at some older Victorian properties as gothic architecture had a major revival at that time, culminating in the middle of the 19th Century.
- Think about your angle: If you’re a beginner, draw your haunted house at eye-level (like you’re looking at the house straight-on). This technique eliminates the need for complicated perspectives and proportions.
- How to draw accurately: If you’re aiming for precision, hold the pencil near the tip as this will give you more control.
- Practise your haunted house drawing: Don’t be afraid to try out different compositions before you settle on the final design for your haunted house drawing. Draw without the worry that it will be seen by anyone else. Choose your favourite composition to develop into your final design.
- Less is more: When adding details like brickwork, keep it simple – you don’t need to draw every single brick (although you can if you want to). Adding the occasional brick here and there is enough to suggest overall brick construction without going overboard.
- Add spooky silhouettes: If you choose to draw a creature in front of the moon (we’ve gone for a bat), then you don’t need to add detail as they would be seen in silhouette.
- Experiment with different paper: For example, using white pencils (or chalk) onto coloured paper will give your haunted house a ghostly appearance!
Haunted house drawing materials
Before you start your haunted house drawing, you’ll need some art supplies! Here are some of our recommended materials to buy…
Black paper sketchbook
If you want to take your haunted house drawing to the next level, why not sketch it out using light-coloured pencil crayons (or gel pens) onto a dark background?
This helps create a ghostly look to your work, which is ideal when you’re drawing spooky ghosts or abandoned houses. Your drawing will really stand out on the page! You might even like to recreate your haunted house using chalks or pastels.
This black paper sketchbook is perfect for all of your spooky drawing ideas! Try creating your own pumpkin drawing, doodling spider webs or sketching a picture of a creepy witch!
A good set of sketching pencils will last for years, so it’s worth getting a set that contains all the standard graphite hardness. A 5H pencil will draw a very fine, light line (the ‘H’ in the name denotes ‘hard) while a 5B pencil will draw a much darker, softer line (the ‘B’ in this case stands for ‘black’). An HB pencil is therefore in the middle; a ‘hard black’ pencil – or, in other words, ‘medium hard’.
The darkness of the line comes down to the amount of graphite in the pencil; in the H-pencils there is less graphite and more filler material, while in the B-pencils there is more graphite than filler material.
Halloween pencil case
Keep all your sketching materials organised in this cute Halloween pencil case. Adorned with pumpkins, black cats, cobwebs and bats, it’s made from high quality canvas and has a smooth zipper for snag-free access.
This adorable pencil case has a large capacity and can hold a collection of around 80 pens and pencils. It opens wide at the top for easy access, and you can clearly see what you’ve got. Being made from canvas means that it’s hard wearing and durable, ideal if it’s going to be tossed around in a school bag.
This is the latest iPad to hit the shelves – it’s the 2022 iPad air. It comes in at a much more affordable price point than the iPad pro, and it’s ideal for digital drawing.
This is because the 2022 model of iPad air now has the new M1 chip, so in terms of performance that makes it equal to the 2021 iPad Pro. But at around £200-£500 cheaper, it’s a strong contender for those keen to get into digital art, or just catch up on all your favourite TV craft shows. Make sure you check out our pick of the best drawing apps for iPads before you get started.
If you have an iPad, the 2nd generation Apple Pencil is a must-have when it comes to iPad accessories. Digital drawing becomes easier, and it’s more like working with a real pencil. The 2nd gen model has also had several upgrades when compared to the original. A double tap on the Apple pencil allows you to quickly and intuitively switch between different tools, which is very useful when alternating between sketching and colouring, or when working on different layers.
The first-generation Apple pencil charged by taking the cap off and inserting the whole pencil into the charging port at the bottom of the Pad. The 2nd generation however is a little less cumbersome, as it magnetically attaches to the iPad Pro, charging wirelessly.
Ready to start our easy haunted house drawing lesson? Read on to find out how…
You Will Need
- Drawing pencils
- Colouring pencils
- Eraser , we'd recommend a mouldable eraser
Sketching a light outline of your haunted house, position your house on a hill.
All the best haunted houses sit atop a spooky hill, so let’s begin by sketching out a rough hill shape at the bottom of your page.
Plan out the shape of your haunted house by adding a rectangle on top of the curve. Make it slightly smaller at the bottom than at the top.
Use shapes to build your haunted house
Add three more rectangles to the shape of your house, one to the left and two to the right. Make them as tall (or short) as you like. Tall, skinny rectangles will give you a tower, while shorter blocks give you a more traditional house shape.
Add some roofs to your structure. Keep them fairly simple at this stage – use shapes like triangles and trapezoids.
Sketch chimneys and a winding path
Plan where you want your chimneys to be and add an arched doorway in the front of the building.
For the path leading up to the door, draw in some wiggly lines that extend from the door to the bottom of the hill. Draw the lines roughly parallel to each other, gradually making them further apart as you get to the bottom of the page. This helps create depth.
Set the scene with extra details
Draw two diagonal lines, on either side of the path you drew in the previous step. By extending these lines from the side of the path, instead of either side of the hill, gives the impression of an eroded hilltop.
Draw in some arched windows, a circular window in the top of the tower and a small door to the right. For balance, keep the windows a similar shape to the main door, just a little smaller.
Hang a moon in the sky
Sketch out the shape of a crescent moon in the sky. Another option is to draw a huge, full moon behind the entire house.
In front of the moon, sketch out a large ‘V’ shape. This will be a bat later on!
Build your house with bricks
Next, plan out the bricks that form the edges to the building. Alternate them in size so that you have a longer one followed by a shorter one.
No haunted house is complete without ghosts, so sketch in some balloon-shaped ghosts, tapering their ‘tails’ into a point. Position them so they’re coming out of the chimneys, doors or windows.
Add a crooked tree to your haunting scene
Roughly plan out the shape of a spooky tree. Position it wherever you have a little space left on your hilltop, which in our case is to the right.
For these next steps, we’ve lightened the construction lines to help you see the detail more clearly.
Working with the main shape of the building, start to go over the construction lines to finalise them. Don’t use a ruler; keep your lines a little uneven and add a wiggle here and there to suggest bricks. Start with the outside of the building and the roofs.
Create a creepy doorway
Since the position of the door is the element that informs us on the positioning of the path, it’s a good idea to get this done early on. Go over the outline of the door and add two horizontal cross supports.
Next, draw in some vertical lines (behind the horizontal cross supports) to give the impression of an old, wooden door. Add in a circular door knocker, and some nails to keep the boards in place.
Make an entrance
Working your way around the door, draw in some stones. Make them rounded at the edges and slightly uneven.
Draw in some steps, extending from the door down to the path. Make the vertical sections of the steps shorter, and the horizontal part (the part you would stand on) slightly longer.
Draw a crumbling path
Go over the lines of your path, using uneven, sometimes broken lines. Don’t be afraid to make the edges wiggly – it helps give the impression that the edges of the path are crumbling away.
Using the hilltop curve as a guide, sketch in some tufts of grass. On the right-hand side of the path, angle them towards the right away from the house and on the left, angle them towards the left.
Add texture with clumps of grass
Add in a few more tufts of grass at random intervals along either side of the path. Next, draw in some wiggly, broken lines extending from the path down the hillside.
Make a rough path
Using loose, random patterns, draw in some loose stones (small circles) and scuffs (short, wiggly lines) along the path. This helps give it the impression that it is old and disused.
Draw in the two chimney pots and give the top of the tower a spire.
Work on your windows
Working on the windows, add some leadwork inside the window frames using a series of curves.
Create window frames for your windows by adding a rounded brick at the base of the window, and a thin perimeter line around the outsides.
Finishing the round window
For the circular window at the top of the tower, divide it into quarters and draw a perimeter line around the outside. Add two vertical lines to the small door on the right-hand side, as well as a doorknob and hinges.
Go over the bricks on the edges of the haunted house.
Put tiles on the roof
Next, fill in the roofs by adding some tiles. Start at the top, and working on one line at a time, draw scallop shapes all the way down. Make the tiles slightly rounded at the corners.
Continue until all the roofs have tiles on them.
How to draw a pumpkin
Looking for more spooky art ideas? Set the scene for Halloween with our easy pumpkin drawing tutorial.
Draw a hint of brickwork
You don’t need to draw every brick that makes up the haunted house, sometimes it’s better to just ‘suggest’ something. With this in mind, draw two patches of bricks on your haunted house and leave the edges open.
To add a little age to your spooky house, draw in some random vertical lines (that look like flattened versions of the letter ‘T’) all over.
Complete your scary ghosts
Go over the lines of your ghost. We’ve opted for two, but you can add as many as you like. Colour in the eyes and mouths of your ghosts.
Make a bat soar beside the moon
Draw some ovals on the moon to create some craters.
Using the large V shape as a guide, draw a simple bat. If you don’t feel confident drawing your own, you can find another bat template in our papercraft section that you can trace. Colour the bat in black.
Make your house look empty and eerie
Across one of the windows, draw two rectangles. This adds to the illusion that the haunted house is abandoned (by mortals).
Grow a twisted tree
Roughly draw out the shape of a crooked tree. We’re coming into winter, so leave the branches bare. Colour the tree in black.
Draw sinister spider webs
Draw in some spider webs in the gaps between the branches. Add a simple spider hanging from one of the branches.
Add another spider hanging down from the boarded-up room. That’s all the detail done!
Bring your house to life with spooky shading
Take your haunted house to another dimension.
All that’s left is to colour in your haunted house drawing. We’re using grayscale, but feel free to use any colour you like. Start with the boards across the windows – colour them in, then add some fine lines on top to indicate woodgrain.
Add some light shading to the roof, door and bricks. Very lightly, also shade in the moon.
Create a shady effect
Add in some shading to the hill. Look at where the light from the moon is coming from and use lighter shading in those areas closer to the moon, and darker shading in those areas further away from the moon. Colour in the windows using a dark colour.
Add frightening finishing touches
Add in a bit more shading along the windowsills and inside the craters on the moon.
Add some shading along the sides of the ghosts that face away from the moon.
Make the lines vanish and reveal your finished drawing!
Finally, erase your construction lines and admire your haunted house drawing!
Creating a spooky scene with a haunted house drawing
Drawing your own haunted house is straightforward once you’ve planned out the composition. It’s a fantasy building, so it can be as quirky or spooky as you like!
Once you’re happy with the composition, you’ll need to finish off your drawing with some creepy details. A few crumbly bricks on the main building, some loose rocks on the path and a couple of ghoulish spirits popping out the windows will do the trick.
Keep it simple and colour your haunted house in grayscale, or give it some pizazz by using bright Halloween colours, like purples, greens and orange.
Get your home ready for Halloween!
If you’re thinking about dressing your own home as a real-life haunted house, then starting with the front door is a great way to do just that. We’ve pulled together our favourite Halloween door decorations that you can make yourself with just a little know-how. The spookier, the better!
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How to Draw a Haunted House
Last Updated: May 19, 2023
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Any house may be haunted, or you may not believe that ghosts exist to haunt any building at all. You can draw any type of house you like and add spooky touches to make it look haunted, or, you can follow the steps below to draw either or both of two somewhat stereotypical haunted houses. Get started at step number one below.
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To draw a haunted house, first draw 2 overlapping trapezoids with one oriented horizontally and the other oriented vertically. Then, draw horizontal trapezoids along the tops of these trapezoids to make the roof. Use simple polygons, like rectangles and triangles, to draw the front porch and door of the house, and then draw irregularly-shaped windows. Add a chimney to the top roof of the house, and make it slightly crooked. If you want to make the house even creepier, add some twisted, dead trees on either side! For tips on making a cartoon-style haunted house and adding color, scroll down! Did this summary help you? Yes No
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How to Draw a Haunted House Step by Step with Pictures
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- Thin black marker
- Paper or cardstock
- Click Eraser , Pink Pearl Eraser
- White Gelly Roll pen
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How to Draw a Haunted House
Learning how to draw a haunted house is really easy if you break things down into simple shapes and steps. And we like to keep things as easy as possible.
There are lots of different haunted houses to look at for inspiration or to use as a reference. The one we’ll be drawing today shouldn’t be too difficult for a beginner. But you can make your haunted house as complicated as you want to make it.
Step 1: Basic Shapes
We’ll start by drawing out some basic shapes. Begin by drawing a rectangle. This will be the center section of your haunted house.
You can add a hill or some ground at the bottom.
Next you’ll want to draw the roof for that section. Notice how the bottom edge of the roof is wider than the rectangle shape. And that it gets more narrow at the top of the roof.
Now draw a triangle shape for the porch roof. You can draw your porch the same width as the main section of your house. Or you can make is slightly wider.
Add a couple of posts to hold the roof up.
Step 2: Add Details
You can start adding in some windows now. Or add them in later. It’s up to you. There are many different ways to draw your windows. You can make them round, rectangular, or arched. And I’m sure there’s other ways as well.
Next, add another section to the left side of your haunted house.
Draw a roof that is similar in shape to the main roof you drew earlier. And again, add in some windows.
Do the same thing for the other side of the house.
Start adding in more details like boards for the windows, frames, shingles, lightning rods, and whatever else you think will look good on your haunted house.
When drawing the different parts of your haunted house you can make things a bit crooked. It will help your house look older and a bit more haunted.
Haunted House Outline
Making a haunted house outline is really easy. Simply trace over the pencil lines you want to keep with a black pen or marker. I’m using a PITT Artist Pen for my drawings today. But there are other pens that work just as well.
You can make your lines thick or thin. Or you could use a variety of line weights for you outline. Just do whatever fits with your artistic style.
You can add in some shading and texture as well. Adding some blemishes to your haunted house will give it more character and make it look more interesting.
Now is also a good time to drawing anything you want to add to your background. When you’re finished making your haunted house outline you can use an eraser to clean up your drawing and remove and pencil lines.
How to Draw a Haunted House with Markers
L earning how to draw a haunted house with markers is easier than what you might think. And there’s only a few things you need to keep in mind.
First, if you want to be able to blend your colors together you need to use alcohol based markers. Bic, Sharpie, and Copic for example. As well as many others.
Second, you need to work while the colors are still wet or they won’t mix together. This isn’t a big deal. Just make sure you work on a section at a time.
Third, you need to use colors that are similar to each other if you want to create a smooth transition of color. If your markers are too different they will leave a harder edge.
Regardless of what medium you use, be sure to layer your colors to keep them from looking flat.
I used grays, browns, and blue for my artwork today. You can make the areas under the roofs darker to show the shadow from the overhang. And add some darker areas in the windows between the boards.
Use a white Gelly Roll pen for the highlights.
And don’t be afraid to experiment with the colors you’re using.
Haunted House Silhouette Drawing
You can use the same process to make a haunted house silhouette drawing. Just begin with some basic shapes. Then draw out all of your details. Then outline your drawing.
Fill in your haunted house shape with solid black using a marker. Finish up your haunted house silhouette drawing by adding a background.
Add some bats and trees to the background to make it a bit more interesting.
Final Thoughts & Next Steps
Now that you’ve learned how to draw a haunted house, what should you do next? The answer to this is easy… draw more.
Do as many haunted house drawings as you can without getting bored. A good way to do this is by using Artist Trading Cards for your drawings. Give yourself a week to do 7 drawings and see what you come up with.
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How to Draw A Haunted House – A Step by Step Guide
Haunted house drawing in just 8 easy steps.
There’s something about spooky things and the paranormal that is fascinating to many people.
Whether it’s a scary movie or a spooky Halloween party , many people are obsessed with all things ghostly!
Nothing signifies the thought of spooky ghosts more than a haunted house, and around Halloween time many want to learn how to draw a haunted house themselves.
If you would like to get into the spooky spirit with your own haunted abode, then be sure to read on!
How to Draw A Haunted House – Let’s Get Started!
For this first step of our guide on how to draw a haunted house, you will need a ruler along with your favorite drawing tool.
Once you have those ready, you can draw a horizontal line that will form the base of your haunted house.
Then, draw two vertical lines that are very slightly diagonally leaning outward. Finally, use a line over the top of these lines for the top of the house.
This top line should extend a little bit past the vertical lines, as seen in our reference image.
Step 2 – Next, draw a roof and the moon
You will be adding a roof in this step of your haunted house drawing. To do this, first draw a long, thin rectangle along the top of the house.
Then, draw two more straight lines going diagonally inwards on top of that rectangle. You can then draw a short horizontal line connecting these two.
Then, we shall be adding a chimney on top. This will be drawn with two short vertical lines with a small rectangle on top of them.
The last thing to do in this step is to draw a circle above the right-hand side of the house to make a spooky moon for your image.
Step 3 – Now, draw some house details and a front door
For this next step of our guide on how to draw a haunted house, we shall be adding a front door and some details to the house.
The door is pretty simple, and you can draw it with a fairly basic rectangle. Then, you can draw some simple shapes above and below the door for some extra detailing.
Then, draw a row of small triangular shapes underneath the roof for some spooky detailing.
Finally, you can draw a square with a triangle on top of it inside the roof outline.
Step 4 – Next, draw some windows
For most house drawings you would use simple rectangles and squares for windows, but that won’t cut it for your haunted house drawing!
The windows inside the house will be rectangular in shape, but the top lines of the windows will be drawn with jagged lines.
Then, you can draw another window inside the section you drew into the roof in the previous step.
Step 5 – Draw some side sections of your haunted house drawing now
We will continue to build onto your house in this step of our guide on how to draw a haunted house.
Using your ruler, you can draw some vertical lines for walls and then add a similar roof to the one you drew for the main house using your ruler.
Step 6 – Next, draw some scary details
The goal of this haunted house drawing is to have it look as scary and haunted as possible, so we shall start adding these kinds of details for this step!
First, you can draw some small rectangle shapes throughout the house to make it look a bit more dilapidated.
For these rectangles, you may want to draw them free-hand and make them look more irregular.
Then, draw some rough square shapes without top lines into the roof to further create this effect!
Step 7 – Finish off the drawing with some more spooky details
Before you start adding some color to your haunted house drawing, you can first add some final details.
First, use some curvy lines around the moon to make the appearance of bats in the night sky. Then, draw some gangly black trees with some bushes at their base at the side of the house.
Which other details will you add to your haunted house?
Step 8 – Now finish off your haunted house drawing with some color
A big aspect of you can create some atmosphere for your haunted house will be with the colors that you use.
For that reason, we shall close off this guide on how to draw a haunted house with some colors! As you can see in our reference image, we used some more muted purples, greys and blues to color our picture in.
We also added some dashes of brighter color with yellow for the moon and windows.
The art mediums you use will also be helpful with creating a mood for your image. If I were coloring this in, I would use some watercolor paints for a more muted and moody look to the image.
If you use a brighter art medium it will also look great, though!
5 Tips To Make Your Haunted House Drawing Even Better!
Get ready to scare up some great artwork with these tips for your haunted house sketch!
For this haunted house drawing, we kept the windows pretty blank, but you could add some details to them. One of the best ways to do this would be by adding some spooky faces looking out!
These details could also be as simple as adding cracks or cobwebs onto the windows. What other scary details can you think of?
This drawing of a haunted house already looks quite atmospheric, but you could make it look even more so! There are some easy and effective ways you could do this.
In scary settings, you will often see layers of clouds obscuring the moon. That would be great to add to this drawing! You could also make the moon look larger and more imposing for another idea.
What other weather effects could you add?
We kept the focus on the house itself for this haunted house sketch, but you could extend the design a bit. One place to start would be by drawing a twisty path coming from the front door.
That way you could also draw a spooky front yard that could even have some gravestones in it! If you have the space on your page, don’t be afraid to extend the house as much as you please.
This haunted house we have created would also make a great picture for a spooky Halloween card. You could do this by drawing the house on some hard cardboard and then folding it over.
Then, you could add some text, write a message inside and then have your card ready for whoever you would like to give it to!
You can also make your haunted house drawing even spookier with the right art tools and mediums. One fun idea would be to use a light wash of white paint.
If used in the right places, this would make it look like there is a blanket of mist covering the base of the house. Don’t be shy about experimenting with colors and art tools!
Your Haunted House Drawing is Complete!
We really hope that this step-by-step guide on how to draw a haunted house wasn’t too scary for you to take on!
Our goal with this guide was to show you how you can create a very effective haunted house drawing with some fairly simple linework and detailing.
We hope that this guide showed you how easy and fun it can be to create this image!
Now that you have mastered this guide, you’re ready to create an amazing picture for Halloween or to have a spooky fun time no matter the time of year!
You could even add more elements like some ghosts and werewolves to the image for some extra scary fun.
We hope that you will join us for more drawing fun on our website! We have tons of awesome drawing guides like this one for you to enjoy.
We upload new guides very often as well, so be sure to check in often to never miss out.
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How to Draw a Haunted House
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In many parts of the world, the idea of a haunted house is one of many cultural superstitions. Typically, supposed haunted houses have been the locations of deaths, murders, witchcraft, or other spiritualistic rites.
The houses are thought to be inhabited by ghosts or other supernatural creatures, and stories abound of strange happenings in such places.
The idea of a haunted house likely originates from the widespread religious belief that a spirit leaves the body after death. This spirit or ghost is then thought to remain in the house - either due to an affinity to the place or because of some terrible happening.
Such beliefs are especially common in areas in which deceased ancestors are revered and worshiped.
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Haunted houses are often portrayed in films and similar media. For example, the 2006 animated film Monster House features a haunted house that is itself a living creature.
2012's Hotel Transylvania takes place in a hotel owned by a vampire and frequented by Frankenstein, werewolves, mummies, and other beings.
Fun houses called haunted houses are often established in celebration of Halloween. These often involve low lighting, frightening decorations - skeletons , mummies, bats , spiders , zombies, and more - and even live actors who jump out or chase unsuspecting guests.
Would you like to draw a scary haunted house? This easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial is here to help.
All you will need is a pencil and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to use colored pencils, crayons, markers, or paints to color your finished drawing.
Each step includes detailed instructions as well as step-by-step illustrations.
If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Spider Web with Spider , Scarecrow , and Ghost .
Step by Step Instructions for Drawing a Haunted House
How to Draw a Great Looking Haunted House for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a curved line. This forms the hill that the house sits upon.
Easy Haunted House Drawing - Step 2
2. Use a series of short, curved, connected lines to outline the bottom of the hill, enclosing its shape. The curves give the hill a grassy appearance.
Easy Haunted House Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the lower portions of the house. For each, begin with a pair of straight, parallel lines. Extend a short, straight line out from each side, then enclose the triangular roof using another pair of lines.
Easy Haunted House Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw the main house. Extend parallel lines upward from the smaller portions of the house, and enclose the shape with a straight line. Draw the sides of the roof using curved lines, and enclose the shape using another straight line.
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Easy Haunted House Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw the highest story of the house. Extend a set of parallel lines upward from the roof. Draw short, straight lines extending outwards, and enclose the figure using two additional lines to form a peaked roof.
Easy Haunted House Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the windows. Draw four squares amid the center of the house, and place a perpendicular set of lines through each. Do the same in each of the smaller portions of the house, creating arched windows by substituting a curved line for the top of each square.
Easy Haunted House Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the moon peeking out from behind the house by enclosing a circular shape.
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Add More Details to Your Haunted House Picture - Step 8
8. Draw a scary tree emerging from behind the house. Use jagged lines to sketch the trunk, and allow the branches to end in sharp points.
Complete the Outline of Your Haunted House Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw a bat silhouetted against the moon. To draw the bat, enclose a figure using a jagged line. Note the jagged peaks at the bottom of the wings and the two points that form the bat's ears.
Color Your Haunted House Drawing
10. Color your haunted house. Why not place it within a quiet neighborhood? Our cartoon house drawing tutorial can help. If you need any more scary animals, check out our bat , spider , and spider web drawing tutorials.
For more great Building drawing tutorials, see the 21 Simple Building Drawing Ideas post .
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Learn how to create an easy haunted house drawing !
Follow along with these easy 6 drawing steps. You will learn the fundamentals for drawing a haunted house.
This lesson only takes about 20 minutes and has a PDF near the bottom of the lesson you can easily print or download. The pdf lesson even contains a “coloring book” page with just the line art. This accompanies perfectly with crayons or colored pencils. It is useful for very young kids requiring extra guidance and simply looking to fill in a haunted house.
Enjoy creating a colorful easy haunted house drawing and remember to add some individual aspects. It’s time to get creative!
- Drawing Paper
- Crayons or Colored Pencils
- Black Marker (optional)
- Easy Haunted House Drawing Printable PDF (see bottom of lesson)
In this how-to article, we will start with a new piece of paper and discover how to make an easy haunted house drawing in no time. It makes sense to pay attention to the shape and size of each part of the haunted house.
Time Needed: 20 minutes
Outline The Main Part Of The House
First we draw an arrow-shaped house in the middle of the paper.
Add The Right Part
Now we add a half triangle and a rectangle on the right.
Draw The Left Part
Follow step 2 but the half triangle is reversed.
Details In The House
Draw the chimney on the upper left part, then add the windows and the door.
Add The Full Moon And The Bats
To make it more spooky, we draw a full moon behind the haunted house, with additional bats in the background.
Complete Your Drawing
Now it is time to get creative by adding colors to our drawing.
Easy Haunted House Drawing PDF Download
Click the link below to view or download this drawing lesson. The PDF is a printable drawing lesson for Easy Haunted House Drawing . The last page of the downloadable PDF includes a coloring book page with just the outlines and an extension exercise for prompting kids to get creative!
What are Haunted Houses?
A haunted house is generally seen as a piece of property or a home where something unpleasant may have happened in the past. These houses are said to be inhabited by malicious spirits and ghosts of people who have passed.
Haunted houses have been a prevalent belief around the world. Towns and cities usually have at least one place they consider haunted. The other-worldly phenomena that happen inside these homes are usually debunked by science. Despite this, it has always been a thrill that we as humans seek to get our blood pumping and our hearts racing.
Spine-chilling Haunted Houses
House of death.
A townhouse located in one of the busiest cities in the United States. The House of Death is said to be haunted by 22 ghosts of people said to have died within the walls of this home. Back in the 1900s, renowned author Mark Twain spent time in the house. It’s said his spirit returns now and then to visit.
Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast
The chilling story behind this haunted house dates back to 1892. Andrew and Abby Borden were killed with an axe. Police reports point to Andrew’s daughter, Lizzie as the number one suspect for the crime. She was ultimately absolved for the crime but spent her life drowning in guilt. Their house in Massachusetts is said to be haunted by Lizzie. Her laughs can be heard throughout the home.
The White House
Just because you’re the president, doesn’t mean you can’t be haunted! The White House is home to the United States’ highest official and to some very unnerving stories. Presidents and visitors have repeatedly reported seeing spectres or figures by the window. The ghost of Abraham Lincoln was even reported to have been sighted by British Priminister, Winston Churchill.
Haunted houses are truly great places to explore, especially when you want to feel alive! The irreplaceable, spine-tingling feeling that someone might be watching you inside these haunted houses can really keep one up at night.
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How to Draw a Haunted House!
I don’t know about you… but I’m a huge fan of spooky things! I find I can really let my imagination run wild when I’m drawing the macabre, eerie, and supernatural. In this activity, artists are guided step by step to draw their own mix ‘n match haunted house. This post includes a video tutorial , and photos for inspirations.
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This drawing can be created with a variety of art materials. Some suggestions include:
- Creating a shaded pencil drawing
- Drawing on black paper and adding pastel for color ( I recommend using Canson XL Series Black Drawing Paper ) #sponsored
- Drawing on paper with a pencil, then trace lines with sharpie and add color with a material of your choice.
- Rendering your haunted house digitally! Check out this list of FREE web-based drawing programs to use.
Student work examples:
My middle school art students recently completed this project. Prior to starting the drawing, my students explored the key characteristics of Gothic and Victorian architecture. I also introduced them to information about career opportunities in architecture.
They did a wonderful on this project! I was impressed with the engagement, attention to detail, and variety of solutions.
Choose a house style, or mix and match to create your own creative house. Houses are made up of basic shapes (squares, rectangles and triangles). Don’t worry about the lines being perfectly straight. Having some “wonky” lines adds a lot personality to your haunted house, and gives it that eerie mood.
Choose a door to add to your house. Get creative by adding your own details to your door, like a spider web in the corner, a detailed wood frame, lights, mailboxes, address numbers, wooden boards to keep visitors out, and more!
Add some windows to your house. There are so many creative styles you can choose from. Explore mix and matching, adding shutters, curtains, things in the windows (like a candle or a cat).
This part is fun! Personalize your haunted house with some spooky objects to add detail. Get creative with the spaces IN your haunted house, AROUND your haunted house, and in the sky that surrounds your house.
Add some texture to the surfaces in your haunted house. Some options include wood grain, brick, cobble stone, shattered glass, shingles, and textures found in nature (like grass).
Add color using an art medium of your choice! Here are two examples done with different art medium.
* Hey teachers!* Below is a recently added option to purchase this lesson- which features a full slideshow presentation with project goals, artist history connections… printable PDF drawing guides…. and a specific grading rubric . Once purchased, the presentation will be emailed to you promptly. This is also available on my TPT site 🙂 Click here to check it out.
Thanks for checking out this blog post. I would love to see your creations if you use these steps to create your own haunted house. Feel free to tag me on Instagram and possibly get featured in this site! Also, please follow Make a Mark Studios on Facebook to keep up with the latest posts! Thanks in advance!
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Haunted House Design: Intriguing Combination of Art and Psychology
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Though some may believe that real paranormal activity is a genuine field that proves the existence of ghosts, witches, and other folktale characters, one thing we can be sure about is the fact that such places never fail to give us those spine-chilling sense of fear. But isn’t it in the darkest of night, that the stars shine their best? Even giving off an eerie vibe, there is something beautiful in the architecture and design of such buildings.
With the increase in themed spaces and fright sites for entertainment, such places are now, recreated. Which leads to the question of how does one designs a plan of fear? What is it that makes the place seem creepy? Ultimately, a building, be it horror or fantasy, is an architectural product involving designs, permit drawings, theme development, with a little misdirection sprinkled with psychological fear .
The psychology behind most haunted places
Human psychology can explain what makes a haunted house design so scary and also provides the perfect guide to making one ourselves. The portrayal of cinematic haunted houses has remained exceptionally consistent throughout the years. Apart from movies, commercial haunted houses are also an integral part of 21st century Halloween theatre. From a psychological point of view, the standard features of a haunted or creepy house, trigger feelings of dread, and our brain, in turn, warns us of potential danger and motivates us to proceed with caution.
Imagine a house that makes you feel uneasy, but in truth, there is nothing to fear. It would be considered bizarre and embarrassing to run screaming out of the house only because of feeling uneasy. But on the other hand, it would be foolish to ignore your intuition and remain in a dangerous place. These are the psychological mechanism of feeling scared.
The prototype of a haunted house design
Studies have proven that the optimal environment for human comfort offers a lot of prospects and refuge. Such spaces make us feel safe and protected. Research also shows that a bad combination of the mentioned elements would be perceived as unsafe and dangerous.
Along with these elements, mystery and legibility also play a huge role in perceiving a space. Legibility refers to the understanding of a place. An organized and recognizable place establishes a sense of familiarity, i.e., one can wander around without getting lost. Mystery , on the other hand, implies that there is a scope of exploring. A complete picture isn’t received at first. A heightened sense of mystery can be accompanied by a sense of potential danger, as in the case of dark alleys and long deep tunnels.
Elements that may pose a threat to humans are believed or perceived as dangerous. Water bodies like lakes, rivers, wells, and ponds are often portrayed in horror stories, as deepwater has always been a hazard to human threat and drowning is a common cause of human death.
Elements that make us feel “trapped” are important while designing a haunted house. Research has consistently shown that we need more space while sitting than standing, especially more space in rooms with a low ceiling. When our personal space is intruded on, we tend to flee or escape. Experiencing such uneasy feelings, portray the fact that we are consciously scanning our surroundings and assessing our ability to flee if it becomes necessary.
Prototypical Haunted House Design
We are a highly social species with a strong affinity towards interaction with others, especially during times of stress. The tendency of isolation amplifies creepiness. When we are alone in an unusual environment, how we perceive or understand sensory information can change.
A prototypical haunted house design is usually located in a remote, isolated location, which is far away from society. In this case, if anything goes wrong, help would take a long time to reach. The darkness and the confusing layout of the house will cause us to get lost, further slowing us down. Spiked and iron fences, or crumbling stairways, or ruined tunnels, all of which are featured prominently in Hollywood Haunted House designs and are considered as modes of escape.
A typical haunted house design is also large, dark, and surrounded by overgrown trees and shrubs. Other surprising and mysterious architectural features include such as secret rooms and closets under staircases. Attics and basements accessorized with spider webs, bats, rats, and insects further compliment the creepy effect of a place.
Both these psychological and physical elements provide the presence of supernatural activity. Elements such as mystery and curiosity are often associated with this. The choreography of a place is also amplified by using narration or story. The history of places amplifies the effect of the supernatural activity of haunted houses.
Influence of Victorian and Gothic Styles
Victorian style of architecture.
Victorian and Gothic styles have long been associated with terror, fright, and dread. This is because these styles were built upon religion and if used improperly are sure to give off spooky vibes. Victorian Style is characterized by ornate molding and decorative trim that is usually found in both façades as well as interiors. The Victorian Styles emerged from the Gothic Styles, in the mid-to-late 19th century, during the reign of Queen Victoria. Turrets, towers, and bay windows accessorized with heavy drapery and other ornaments are a few of the styles cues taken from the Gothic. These elements are often associated with a haunted house.
Queen Victoria herself has contributed to establishing the connection between the Victorian style and “spookiness”. Upon hearing the death of her husband , she wore black for the rest of her life. With a story like that and architecture to match, the Victorian style became even scarier for the world.
Gothic Style of Architecture
Gothic is a blend of two different ideas from different times in history. This style was famed for grand arched buildings and sweeping windows. The Castle at Otranto by Horace Walpole was the first Gothic novel featuring a haunted house. Bram Stoker’s amazing novel, Dracula is another wonderful example of a Gothic Novel. These Gothic novels were a precursor for the horror stories of today. Gothic is an architectural style, that provides an atmosphere of spooky, fearful, desolate, and ruined old places.
They were seven key aspects of Gothic architecture that contributed in established an eerie atmosphere and these included – flying buttresses, grand vaulted ceiling, pointed arches, and taller rooms.
Medieval Architectural Style of Castles
Cold, dark, and damp. The construction technology was elementary, and this meant that most castles were constrained with tiny windows and leaky roofs. Gothic writers enjoyed the imagery of an old castle, a place full of life and grandeur, which later on seeps into decay. Such castles were described with memories of life and marked by death. The Castle of Otranto , the first gothic tale, was set in a spooky castle, with creaky doors, dark corners, ghostly footsteps, and hidden passageways. These formed the foundations of most haunted places we see today.
Paranormal Activity in India
From the Exorcist to the Conjuring Universe , one’s interest in witnessing supernatural activity can never be enough by mere jump scares on the silver screen. There are so many haunted places in India, of which some are unknown to the general public. If you’re a travel enthusiast looking forward to visiting haunted destinations in India, here are 3 places to add to your travel list.
Agrasen Ki Baoli, Delhi
Anyone who’s watched the movie PK, starring Aamir Khan, must be familiar with Agrasen Ki Baoli , located in Delhi. Rumored to have filled with black water once upon a time, the stone staircase, and ruins of this place highlight the presence of supernatural activity in the atmosphere.
60 meters in length and 103 steps descending down to three levels, a drop in temperature is experienced. At each level, one finds narrow, dark, and dingy staircases on both sides, and a tingling sense of paranormal things lurking in the background. The main highlight of this place is the shadow and light play foreshadowed by the monument.
Mukesh Mills, Mumbai
A city that never sleeps, and a city with beautiful architecture, even Mumbai has placed, that are long forgotten and deserted. One such place is the Mukesh Mills. The place was struck by a sudden tragedy in 1982 and was forced to shut down due to a disastrous fire. It was soon abandoned, but a few years ago, a director picked this site as his location to shoot a horror film. The members of the cast revealed that they encountered paranormal activities at the set. The mystery of a restless spirit of a man grabbed the attention of many performers indulged in paranormal activities. To date, the mysteries have not been solved.
National Library, Kolkata
Listed as one of India’s most haunted places, no one dares to stay here during post office hours. Earlier the residence of Warren Hastings, people believe that it is his ghost that roams around the building giving rise to an eerie atmosphere of paranormal activity. Many reported seeing a faint apparition of a man, but the presence of supernatural activity was aroused when ASI Conservation engineers discovered a mysterious room on the ground floor of this 250-year-old building, that went unnoticed for decades. There wasn’t any entry to this room, not even a secret passageway, and what lies inside is still a mystery.
Introducing an air of uncertainty into an antiquarian environment, makes us vigilant and observant, and combined with the right architectural elements, we can create buildings that creep us out every time we experience its choreography.
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Top 13 places in Russia where you may face a ghost
1. Kusovnikov House in Moscow
In the 19 th century house № 17 on Myasnitskaya street in central Moscow was inhabited by a rich, but very greedy couple – Pyotr and Sofya Kusovnikov, who scrimped on almost everything. Extremely suspicious, they used to hide money from their servants in different places. Once they hid some in the fireplace, but the janitor accidentally burned it when lighting the fire. When she found out, Sofya died instantly of a broken heart, her husband passed away a little later. Since then, the ghost of a hunched old man in a coat has routinely appeared on the street near the house – this is Pyotr Kusovnikov mourning his lost money.
2. Sokol metro station
During WWI, not far from the modern Sokol station of the Moscow metro, a cemetery for fallen soldiers was located. In 1918, mass executions of White officers and priests by the Reds were held there. All this led to the appearance of ghosts in the dark tunnels of the station. Early in the morning diaphanous figures with festering wounds can be seen there.
3. St. Michael’s Castle in St. Petersburg
This castle was a royal residence built by order of Tsar Paul I. On March 21, 1801, he was killed there by a group of conspirators. It is considered that the restless spirit of the tsar was unable to leave the castle. It appears there in the corridors with a burning candle in its hand.
4. Znamenskaya Tower in Yaroslavl
During the Civil War in Russia (1917-1922), a group of White troops held positions in the Volkovsky theater in Yaroslavl. The Red commissar in command of the siege promised to spare their lives. However, he lied and all the Whites were executed at the Znamenskaya Tower. Since then, the ghost of the commissar who didn’t keep his promise has been seen at the place of his crime.
5. Igumnov House in Moscow
The house at 43 Bolshaya Yakimanka Street in Moscow, also known as “Igumnov House,” serves today as the residence of the French ambassador. It was built at the request of the industrialist Nikolay Igumnov in the late 19 th century. He settled his young mistress here, but one day caught her with a lover. The lover was kicked out, but the girl was never seen again. It is believed that the outraged Igumnov bricked her up in a wall. During Soviet times, people often saw the ghost of a young girl walking through the walls with deep, plaintive sighs.
6. House of Rasputin in St. Petersburg
The flat on the second floor at 64 Gorokhovaya street in St. Petersburg is today a usual residential apartment. However, in the early 20th century it was home to one of the most mystical figures in Russian history – Grigory Rasputin. His ghost sometimes appears here, scaring inhabitants with its clunking steps and grunting in dark corners.
7. House on the Embankment
This house at 2 Serafimovicha Street, simply known as “House on Embankment,” is among the most famous in the Russian capital, known as the place of residence for the Soviet crème de la crème : writers, artists, actors, generals, athletes. However, it also has a dark history. During the Great Purge, a campaign of political repressions in the USSR, dozens of the house’s inhabitants were arrested and executed. Today, the house is full of the ghosts of those victims, who sometimes appear in their old dwelling place.
8. Tower of the old hospital in Ryazan
Among the high-rise modern buildings at 15 Gorky Street in Ryazan is an old tower – all that remains of the old hospital. At night, a lonely dark figure can be seen walking in this tower. This is the ghost of Alexander Smitten, who administered the hospital more than a century ago.
9. Griboyedov Canal in St. Petersburg
During a misty night in March, one can see the ghost of a young girl near the Griboyedov Canal in St. Petersburg. Her face is blue because of asphyxiation, and there is a big red mark on her neck caused by a rope. This is famous revolutionary Sophia Perovskaya, who assassinated Tsar Alexander II and was hanged for her deed. To meet this ghost is a bad omen, and can cost nocturnal pedestrians their lives.
10. Nizhny Novgorod Kremlin
There is a legend that when the Kremlin in Nizhny Novgorod was being built, the constructors were unable to finish one of the towers. It kept falling down. In the end, they decided to make a sacrifice and to build the tower on the blood of the first person who passed by. It happened to be a pregnant woman hurrying to the river for water. She was seized and bricked up in the tower alive. The ghost of a pale woman holding a baby has appeared near this place ever since.
11. Oldenburg Palace near Voronezh
Built in the late 19th century, the palace belonged to Princess Eugenia of Leuchtenberg. Today her ghost rises from the deep casemates of the palace to wander through its rooms and corridors. There is also another ghost there, much older — the ghost of a young peasant girl. It is even said that Princess Eugenia saw it when she was alive.
12. Stalin’s country house near Sochi
Stalin’s ghost can be seen at his country house, located today within the Green Groove hotel near Sochi. The “father of the nations” walks in his white jacket, smoking his trademark pipe.
13. Psychiatric hospital near Nizhny Novgorod
Near the modern psychiatric hospital in the village of Lyakhovo near Nizhny Novgorod, one can see an abandoned old building. Several dozen years ago a young girl hanged herself there because of unrequited love. At night it is possible to see a white silhouette and hear the moaning and cries of the “love-stricken schoolgirl” as the locals call her.
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- Reach out to the pro(s) you want, then share your vision to get the ball rolling.
- Request and compare quotes, then hire the Home Builder that perfectly fits your project and budget limits.
What should I do before choosing a builder?
Before choosing a Builder for your residential home project in Elektrostal', there are a few important steps to take:
- Define your project: Outline your desired home type, features, and layout. Provide specific details and preferences to help the builder understand your vision.
- Establish a budget: Develop a comprehensive budget, including construction expenses and material costs. Communicate your budgetary constraints to the builder from the beginning.
- Timeline: Share your estimated timeline or desired completion date.
- Site conditions: Inform the builder about any unique site conditions or challenges.
- Local regulations: Make the builder aware of any building regulations or permits required.
What services do Home Builder companies provide in Elektrostal'?
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