A silhouette in drawing or art is a 2-dimensional representation of the shadow of an object, as a cutout or a drawing, uniformly filled in with black, especially a black-paper, miniature cutout of the outlines of an individual's face in profile. A dark image outlined against a lighter background.
Silhouettes are literally easy to form. Draw your own silhouette of a haunted house that might be very easy with many tutorials on youtube and google. But I even have how on how you'll make your own silhouette of the haunted house that's way easier than you see! you'd only need paper, a pencil, an eraser, a marker, and black paint.
The first step, Draw a letter ‘w’ shape.
Step 2 Draw slanted lines on either side of the ‘w’ shape, then draw two triangles for every roof.
Step 3 Draws a letter ‘L’ shape and a line on each roof.
Step 4 Draw a wavy line for the bottom. Draw a triangle on the highest of every tower.
Step 5 Draw 3 lines for every window.
Step 6 Draw 2 inwards curved lines – these will become the trunk of the tree. Draw lines and a half circle for the windows.
Step 7 Draws the wrong way up letter ‘U’ shape for every door. Draw 2 lines in each tower.
Step 8 Draw 9 spiral shapes.
Step 9 Draws a curved line and features on each window (in the towers).
And last, Draw lines within the windows of the towers, then draw a bat.
You can make your room in Halloween theme using various sorts of Halloween decorations. you'll make your own potion bottle, or cast a spooky forest shadow with a chandelier of branches, or illuminate bloody candles, or stick Halloween window silhouettes, make an eerie ghost out of chicken wire, or maybe serve guests a scary message in the glow-in-the-dark frosting. you'll also make a Spooky Halloween Gallery Wall, our Very Own Personalized Pumpkin, Balloon Animal Decorations. you'll also make another silhouette decorations.
In the first step, you'd print out your spooky shaped stencils like bats or ghosts and tape it to a black poster paper. Trace with a marker and cut along the sides.
Step two, measure the dimensions of your windows and cut paper to suit each pane (optional). Tape it along with the framework. Use double-sided tape to connect the silhouette to the paper or the glass on your windows.