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How to Draw a Wolf Skull

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Wolves are magnificent canines that live and hunt in packs. The gray wolf is common across northern Europe and North America. But even this alpha predator eventually dies, leaving its bones behind... Read more

How to Draw a Cartoon Skull

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Anatomically speaking, the skull is the "skeletal framework of the head of vertebrates." It is made up of numerous bones. From Shakespearian plays to Saturday morning cartoons, skulls hold a lot of symbolism. Consider a few examples... Read more

How to Draw a Deer Skull

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Deer are familiar mammals the world over. There are 43 species of deer, recognizable by their hoofed feet and many-pointed antlers. Deer are native to every continent except Antarctica and Australia... Read more

How to Draw a Skull and Rose

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The human skull has long served as a symbol of death and mortality in art. This is no more plainly seen than in the danse macabre or dance of death, an allegorical concept that arose in Europe during the Middle Ages... Read more

How to Draw a Bird Skull

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The bird's skull is made up of five parts: the top of the head, or frontal area; the back of the head, or parietal area; the premaxillary and nasal areas of the top beak; and the mandible or bottom beak... Read more

How to Draw a Skull in 3/4 View

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The skull has, naturally, long been a symbol of death. In one famous scene from the 1948 film Hamlet, the title character holds and speaks to the skull of his friend while he delivers a soliloquy about the deceased. Skulls appear in much artwork throughout history. Today, they can be seen on t-shirts, tattoos, certain branded items, and other merchandise... Read more

How to Draw a Bull Skull

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Bull skulls have been used as a form of decoration for millennia, dating back even to the ancient Egyptians. In modern times, bull skulls have often been used to symbolize a lack of water, deserts, or the American West. One example of this is the "dancing bones" scene in the animated film An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991)... Read more

How to Draw a Flaming Skull

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​​​​​The veneration of skulls by humans has a long history. Prehistoric evidence suggests that in some cultures, the skulls of deceased ancestors... Read more

How to Draw a Sugar Skull

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Sugar skulls, called calaveras in Spanish, are edible, handmade representations of human skulls made from sugar or chocolate and decorated with... Read more

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