|Date Added: January 6, 2020|
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Description: Some of you already know what kind of skull you are looking at here. I only have a handful of tuts on this type of art, but when I do make new ones I like to make them colorful and bright. Today I will upload two lesson (that includes this one) on figures for the upcoming Day of the Dead which is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico that starts October 31st, November 1st and November 2nd. Sugar skulls are traditionally called calaveras which means 'skull' in Spanish. Calaveras are either made of clay or sugar, and they are decorated in a colorful display. After the celebration folks either throw the skulls away, or they eat them. In any case if you are going to be celebrating the Day of the Dead, you will enjoy drawing a sugar skull easy. Have fun and stick around for more coming your way.