Try to find the hidden pictures: scarecrow, witch’s hat, broomstick, bat, owl, eyeball, spider, hands, tail, and a face (profile).
Last year I doodled a few Halloween scenes in my sketchbook. In one of them, I hid a few things. This year I’ve been inspired to do more of these. The illustration above is only 8″ x 8.” So hiding things was a bit of a challenge. It’s hard to draw details that small!
I think a better way to do this, is to create an illustration. Then, create the items to be hidden, separately, and a bit larger. And put it all together in Photoshop. I’m working on a second haunted house illustration now, so I’ll give it a try.
Last year’s Halloween sketches:
It’s interesting to look back on last year’s illustrations. I’m noticing that the thicker marker conveys a more playful feel.
Did you have trouble finding any of the items? 🙂
16 thoughts on “Halloween Illustrations with hidden pictures”
Delightfully fun! Thank you for sharing.
😄 Thanks Jodi!
This was really FUN! Thanks Eileen! Is the face profile hidden at the top of the tree? 🎃
Yes! Good job Jill. You must have good eyesight! 😄
No, just an iPad to enlarge the picture… Hehe! 😊
Ha ha 😄
Fun have to admit the profile face is giving me a challenge.
The profile is on top of the tree on the left. Truth be told – when I looked at the tree I saw a face so I added the eyeball. Ha ha
cute yet spooky. (K)
Thank you 👻
What a clever idea, I love your Halloween drawings.
Thank you Sharon! 🎃
cute idea and well done!
Thank you Cynthia!