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 Teeth and Lips

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Lips have long featured in popular culture. Since time immemorial, poets have waxed romantic about the fleshy protuberances surrounding the mouth. William Shakespeare cast young Romeo to swoon over his Juliet: "Thy lips, two blushing pilgrims ready stand." Love letters are sealed with a kiss, and school supplies, clothing, and everything in between may be emblazoned with puckered lips, especially near the... Read more

How to Draw Washing Hands

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Hand washing or hand hygiene is important to everyone's health. Long ago, before the discovery of germs, people thought that sickness was caused by "miasma" or "bad air." It wasn't until the mid-1800s that doctors and nurses realized how important handwashing was in protecting their patients from infection... Read more

How to Draw Abs

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The rectus abdominis muscle, commonly referred to as the abs, are often viewed as a gauge of physical fitness. If the abdominal muscles are visible on the outside of the body, it means that the muscles themselves are toned and that the body does not harbor an excess of fat... Read more

How to Draw a Biceps

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Being able to draw the human form is an important skill for every artist. In so doing, the ability to draw muscles accurately must not be overlooked... Read more

How to Draw Muscles

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If you're aiming to become a good artist, an integral step is becoming skilled at drawing the human form. The placement of muscles, or musculature, is vital, whether you're drawing a comic book character or a realistic sketch... Read more

How to Draw a Person Running

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Running has been a popular athletic event around the world throughout history. Different types of runs may be called footraces, marathons, sprints, dashes, relay, cross-country, or endurance races... Read more

How to Draw a Tooth

A tooth is a hard structure located in the mouth of humans or animals. Teeth are used to chew food, crushing and pulverizing it in a process scientists call mastication. The top of the tooth is called the crown, with one or more roots beneath. The outside is called the enamel... Read more

How to Draw Sasuke Uchiha from Naruto

How to Draw Sasuke Uchiha from Naruto Featured Image

Sasuke Uchiha is a ninja from the Japanese cartoon Naruto. He spent much of his life desiring revenge against his brother, who slaughtered their clan. At the Academy, he neglected the interest many girls had in him because he had only one desire - to avenge his family... Read more

How to Draw a Woman

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The female form and artwork go hand-in-hand. Since ancient times, women have been the subject of paintings, sculptures, and sketches. Hundreds of famous paintings feature portraits of women. This has not changed with the passage of time. Even today, popular culture such as anime cartoons are often centered around depictions of feminine characters... Read more

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