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How to Draw a Skull Yin Yang
Step 1. Let us start by drawing the two head guides for the skulls that will be turned into yin yangs.
Step 2. Next, define the shape of your first skull and when you do this you will have to draw the brow and cheek bone which are really prominent.
Step 3. Next, draw in the other eye and then draw the hole for the nasal cavity. Sketch in the wrinkles around and under the eyes like so.
Step 4. For the rest of the first skull's face you will need to draw in the stretched mouth which is fusing into the head of the other skull. Draw and define the other cheek bone, then proceed to step five.
Step 5. Start at the tip of the mouth of the first skull, you will begin sketching out the shape of the head and then draw the brow bone and cheek bone as well. Almost like you did the previous step.
Step 6. Continue to work on the face by drawing the eye and nose hollows. When that is complete you can sketch in the detailing or definition around the eyes and between the brows.
Step 7. Lastly, finish off your yin yang by drawing the stretched mouth that fuses into the back of the first skull's head. Add detailing and definition.
Step 8. Once your mistakes and guidelines are erased, you should end up with a drawing that looks like the one you see here. Color in the sketch and show off your artistic talents.
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May 1, 2015Artist: DawnDifficulty:
May 2, 2015P.O.V:
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Hey guys, guess what? I'm back and today I have PLENTY of cool lessons for you all. I worked really hard the past couple days trying to do some wicked cool lessons and I think I've succeeded. I'm going to begin by showing you all how to draw a skull yin yang, step by step. I must have made a bunch of other themed skulls but not one was done in a yin yang form. I love the way this skull design came out and I know you guys will too. I'm not going to talk a lot in these descriptions because I want to get the lessons uploaded so folks have much to do this weekend. So go ahead and get busy drawing a yin yang in the form of two skulls. Adios folks and stick around.