Now I know that I have submitted two characters so far that we are all familiar with. But with this next tutorial I thought it would be cool to submit a tutorial on a monstrous villain from a more recent movie that so far has five chapters to it. Right now I will show you how to draw the Saw puppet mask from the movie saw I, II, III, IV, and V. The most recent film is unknown to me because I have not yet seen it, but the ones that I did see where very creepy, bloody, and shocking. Out of all four flicks my favorite was parts one and two because they were obviously the best written ones that made the most sense. What was really creepy about the movie Saw was the puppet that would appear on the TV screen and a few times he was seen riding a tricycle. Now I searched around the web for any tutorials that gave a drawing lesson on how to draw this puppet mask but surprisingly none was found and I thought that was odd. The whole story to every Saw movie usually starts with several people that wake up in a room together only to find out that they are being held captive and the only way out is to either sacrifice a limb, an eye or your life. The character that plays these riddles on the held captives is named "Jigsaw" hence the movie name “Saw”. Now in parts one and two Jigsaw is a cancer patient that wants to teach people a lesson on how they should be valuing their lives because he is looses his to a battle he can not win. Every individual in the room is a druggie, a prostitute, a gangster or some other form of life that lives carelessly. There are several questions and quotes that taunt the ears of his victims like; “How much blood would you shed to stay alive?” or “let the games begin” and “do you wanna play a game”? Saw is truly an eye closer movie with gruesome scenes like the most famous “cutting off a foot with a hack saw to stay alive”. I am looking forward to seeing Saw V and when I do I will let you know what I think. But for now, use this drawing lesson to learn how to draw the Saw puppet mask step by step. The easy to read instructions will help make this lesson a breeze.