Description: Here are the pencils used for this drawing. Starting off with a preliminary sketch using the mechanical pencil, and then worked away with the 2B and 4H, both really accurate and crisp pencils. Darker depth pencils are used for very dark parts of the skull, back lighting and empty holes.
Description: Now for the paper. These are two common paper types. The one used for this drawing tutorial is the "Heavy Multi Media Paper", which is great for shading, pens, wet media like watercolors, and acrylics. The light paper is great for sketches with pen and pencil.
Description: Now, light source is something very important you must understand in order to create accurate shaded drawings. You have to know the difference between light, shadows, and reflective light. Reflective light is light that molds at the edge of shadows, dark or mid toned.
Description: Next guys, draw out the eyeballs, and draw in the eyes or pupils. Draw them to look crooked, but you can choose a different style or expression if you'd like. Then sketch in the bony marks for the upper jaw, and draw each groove for the teeth.
Description: Continue to work on the upper jaw by sketching out each tooth which is long and sharp tipped. After that, add some detailing detailing and definition to the skull's face by adding brows and cheek cracks.
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