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Uploaded: March 5, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: March 7, 2010
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The five lessons that I will be submitting today are all going to be tattoo and tribal related. There is two that are tribal patterns that I drew two days ago, and there are three that I will be placing in the tattoo section under the “Pop Culture” category. Let's start with one of the designs I drew while I was on Livestream which will be on “how to draw an Egyptian tattoo", step by step. Egyptian art is becoming increasingly popular nowadays, and for good reason too. First off the many different types of objects, animals, and humans is what makes ancient Egyptian art somewhat amazing. The way they used birds, jackals, pharaohs, and other animals, almost makes the race seem, ahead of their time during the days they walked the earth. I took a simple concept of a jackal head, and incorporated some ancient Egyptian style. When you draw these types of tattoos you have to remember that each concept that was created back in those days, came from people of royalty, or with money like pharaohs and queens. In all, I think you will have fun with this design. I mean, you don't even have to make it a tattoo if you don't want. Instead use it for a class project when you have to study up on one of the oldest races in the world. I will be back because I still have four more lessons on the way. Peace out people, and happy drawing!