It's been a week or two since I drew and submitted a new skull tutorial, which means today I have to definitely submit the one I drew yesterday when we had no lights for an hour due to thunderstorms that passed through my area. Anyway, this next lesson is going to show you a cool way you can learn "how to draw bones", step by step. Now, we may not associate the skull as being a bone when it comes to art. The fact is, skulls are bones, and so is every other body part that we humans have. The idea to do a lesson on drawing bones came from my six year old sister who asked me to show her how she can draw a dog bone. She wanted to make something for our German Shepherd because it was her birthday. Anyway, once I taught her how to do it, she asked me if Dragoart had a lesson she can look at. Of course I said no, because there was no such lesson. Anyway, instead of doing a superficial drawing of a bunch of bones stacked on top of each other, I decided to be creative and draw two bones, a skull, and a femur bone. The femur bone is being broken by the skulls teeth with little pieces of bone fragments dropping from the mouth. I think it came out pretty cool, and if you want to "draw bones", you will have a blast with this tutorial that shows you how to do just that. Anyways, I still have some more fun stuff to submit, so stick around a bit longer to see what I have in store for all you drawing nuts. Peace out guys, and have one heck of a drawing day!