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How to Draw Skulduggery Pleasant, Skulduggery Pleasant
Step 1. Let us begin by drawing a circle for the head, then draw out the shape for his lower jaw. When that is done make the outline for the body.
Step 2. One of the more prominent things about Skulduggery is his hat. Draw the very wide lid for Skulduggery's hat, as well as the base which fits over the head.
Step 3. Now that you have the guides drawn in you can start using them right away. Begin by sketching out the form of his cheek bones, then draw the elongated shape of his face and squared off chin.
Step 4. It is now time to draw out the shapes of Skulduggery's eyes. They should be drawn to give his face the look of aggression. Add the detailing to define the bone structure under the eyes. After that you will draw the nose as well.
Step 5. Here you will have to take your time as you begin sketching out bot rows of teeth. His face is bare bone which means you are drawing a skeleton's face. Define the chin to make it sharp and edgy.
Step 6. You will draw the thick flaps that line the outer parts of his suit jacket. In the next step you will finish this character off.
Step 7. Draw the shoulders, then sketch out the ruffled collar and then his tie. Erase your mistakes than be on your way.
Step 8. Here is the line art to Skulduggery Pleasant. Color him in to bring him to vivid life.
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Several requests came in for this character from a novel called Skulduggery Pleasant. The main figure to the story is the skeleton you see before you now. This childrens fantasy novel was created and written by Irish playwright Derek Landy. This tutorial is going to show you all "how to draw Skulduggery" using an easy step by step process. The story to Skulduggery's past is somewhat complicated. It's one of those things where if you try to explain what a story is about, you would end up getting lost in translation. The only way to know is to pick up the book and start reading. Those of you who already tackled the book, are the ones that are familiar with Skulduggery and his arch nemesis Nefarian Serpine or just Serpine. I can tell you that drawing skulduggery is going to be just as fun as reading about him. I still have some other cool tuts coming your way so do try and stay tuned in. Peace out people and enjoy.