Monsters and Frightening Beings


Dive into the terrifying world of art with “How to draw easy…. Monsters and scary creatures”! Learn how to shape the creepiest and most terrifying creatures, exploring from the essentials to the most intricate details – turn your nightmares into works of art!

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Dive into the terrifying world of art with “How to draw easy…. Monsters and scary creatures”! Learn how to shape the creepiest and most terrifying creatures, exploring from the essentials to the most intricate details – turn your nightmares into works of art!

Monsters and Frightening Beings

This masterful guide is an open door to the chilling universe of drawing monsters and scary creatures. Whatever your level of experience, this content is designed to teach you how to bring terrifying creatures to life with precision and daring, from the most basic principles to the most sophisticated details. You’ll discover how to employ different techniques and perspectives, how to create monsters from different bases, and how to infuse them with your own style. Prepared in a clear and entertaining way, this guide provides you with everything you need to take your art to the next level.What will you learn?

  • Understand the initial challenge in approaching monster drawing.
  • You will identify common avoidable mistakes when drawing these creatures.
  • Learn the relevance of graphic documentation to effective drawing.
  • Explore the use of symbolism and visual representation in conceptualizing monsters.
  • Your drawings will gain a sense of depth and realism.
  • The details of your monsters will stand out with precision and style.


  1. The challenge of the blank page: Discover the initial challenge you have when starting out in the art of drawing monsters.
  2. The common misunderstandings: Why simply drawing them looking scary is not enough.
  3. The importance of graphic documentation: How good graphic documentation can be a solid foundation for your drawings.
  4. Symbology and visual representation: How to use symbology effectively in your monster conceptualizations.
  5. The power of creativity and how to get started: Understanding how brainstorming can help you in your first steps.
  6. Inspiration in the unknown: How to use real-life elements, such as insects, to inspire your art.
  7. Found the base of your monster: Start by changing elements of reality to find the basic shape of your monster.
  8. Enrich your monster with details: Add details to increase the visual complexity of your monster.
  9. Interconnect with other images: how to extend your inspiration across multiple images.
  10. Phase 3: Recognition and application: identify distinctive characteristics of your reference images and apply them to your art.
  11. The power of modifying and exaggerating: Learn to alter parts of your monster to add personality and character.
  12. Play with your monster’s proportions: Experiment with proportions to create a terrifying form.
  13. Perfecting your monster’s look: See how you can patiently detail and deepen your monster’s appearance.
  14. “Filling in the gaps”: Discover how to add shading and halftones to give depth and three-dimensionality to your monster.
  15. Visual Storytelling: The crucial role of attitude and expression in the construction of your monster.
  16. Phase 6: The Final Piece: See how you can finish your drawing and perfect it to completion.
  17. The artist’s personal interpretation: Learn how to interpret your own photos and findings to create your art.
  18. The surprising diversity in results: How different artists can create very different results from the same reference images.
  19. The not-so-accurate science of reference: Why having reference photos does not guarantee a perfect end result.
  20. The psychology of your monster: How to give your monster a vivid and creepy personality.
  21. The power of suggestion: Learn how to horrify your readers without showing too much.
  22. Understand the effect of blanks: How it can be effective to leave some blanks for the reader.
  23. Building terror through gestures: How to make your character inspire fear through subtle gestures.

“How to draw easy… Monsters and scary creatures” will not only teach you how to draw your own terrifying creatures, it will also open you to a universe of possibilities to infuse life and character into your monsters. Each technique you will learn will allow you to highlight every detail of your creatures with precision and style, giving them a sense of background and terror. Don’t wait any longer, discover how to take your art to the next level. Get this amazing pack and let your monsters come to life!

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  • What is TFC?

    Training For Comics is an online platform dedicated exclusively to learning how to draw.

  • Why is TFC more effective than other methods?

    Training For Comics is more effective than other methods because it is based on an intelligent work plan and constant practice.

    In general one finds on the internet a lot of theory but not a system focused on practice. TFC is like a gym for the artist. Theory is important, but it is only the beginning, our strength is that besides giving you the best theory, we will make you practice from different angles with techniques created and used by great professional artists. The result is that you will see your drawing skills increase in a very short time.

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    That’s why you will receive great initial content when you sign up, but more importantly, you will receive new material to practice every week. And on top of that, every month you will receive New Drawing Lessons that include two books, one for theory and one Workbook for practice. So if you add it all up you are getting 6 new books every month!

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    TFC is the perfect ecosystem for illustration lovers. Without a doubt.

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    All of us who were drawing lovers have seen great artists in Comics magazines. And we dreamed that they would teach us directly. Well, that’s what we did πŸ˜‰.

    At TFC you will learn only with the best. We gathered the greats of the greats to create content on the platform and teach their secrets. Artists like Ariel Olivetti (Known for his work in Marvel Comics, DC Comics and Dark Horse), Horacio Lalia nicknamed “Master of Chiaroscuro” with more than 50 years of trajectory. And many more.

    It’s the only place where you can be side by side with the best while they teach you their best tips and secrets. Whether you have a basic, intermediate or advanced level. You will always learn something new at TFC.

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    But… I’m over 50 and I feel like learning from scratch, can I do it?

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    No! You must practice. We will give you all the guides, tools, shortcuts, secrets and support, so that you learn in the fastest and safest way. Without wasting time. But nothing will replace the practice and perseverance you have to learn.

    If you don’t practice, you won’t learn. But, if you start today and practice, you will really learn to draw sooner than expected. And if you continue like this, you will undoubtedly be able to get the professional quality of the artists that teach on the platform. And who knows, you may be teaching here soon πŸ˜‰.

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