How to Draw a Demogorgon

Are you ready to enter the world of the Upside Down and learn how to draw a Demogorgon, the terrifying creature from the world of Stranger Things? Gather your courage and your drawing tools, and let’s delve into this eerie adventure!


Materials Needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Coloring Supplies

Perfect For:

  • Kids
  • Newbies

How to Draw a Demogorgon

  • Start with a tall, slender humanoid body shape
  • Draw a flower-like head with multiple petal-like flaps surrounding a tooth-filled opening
  • Sketch long, gangly arms with elongated fingers ending in sharp claws
  • Create two strong, muscular legs ending in large, clawed feet
  • Add details, such as veins and texture to the skin, to make your Demogorgon look more realistic

Easy Demogorgon Drawing for Kids – Step by Step Tutorial

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Incredible work! You’ve bravely learned how to draw a Demogorgon, the spine-chilling creature from the Upside Down. Share your eerie masterpiece with friends and family, and encourage them to try drawing their own mythical creatures. Who knows, you may just start a Demogorgon drawing sensation!


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About the Demogorgon

Demogorgon is a mythological creature that originated in Greek and later Roman mythology. In these traditions, Demogorgon was considered a powerful and mysterious being, sometimes associated with the dark underworld.

In modern times, the term Demogorgon has been popularized by its appearance in popular culture, particularly in the TV series “Stranger Things”. In this show, Demogorgon is depicted as a terrifying monster from a parallel dimension, with a large and dangerous mouth that can open like a flower.

Although the Demogorgon from “Stranger Things” is a fictional creation, it has become a popular cultural icon and is often used as a symbol of danger or evil. It is an example of how mythological concepts can continue to evolve and influence popular culture in new and interesting ways.