How to Draw a Grim Reaper Skull Tattoo

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STEP 1. Begin by making the head shape as well as the straight lined jaw structure for the reaper's mouth. Add the facial guidelines, then move to step two.   STEP 2. You will focus on drawing just the Reaper's face structure. The easiest way to think of this task is to image drawing a masquerade mask in the form of a skull face. Include the top row of teeth, as well as the pointed lining for the hood attached to the cloak.   STEP 3. Okay, carefully sketch out the Reaper's eyes which are a highlight of the lesson. I wanted the eyes to really stand out so I took the time to draw them big enough to notice and piercing enough to capture the essence of death. Add detailing around the eyes then draw in the nose and the notched lines above the teeth.   STEP 4. Here is where you will draw out the screaming mouth. The shape looks a bit like a bowl so keep that in mind as you draw the mouth. Sketch in the teeth, then draw more if the cloak's material from the hood. It should come out looking like it's breezing through the wind.   STEP 5. Slowly draw in the souls inside the mouth of the Reaper, then add detailing to these souls as well as inside the mouth.   STEP 6. You are almost done folks, there is only one more step to go. Sketch in the rest of the Reaper's hood from the cloak, then add detailing where needed.   STEP 7. Sketch in some holes which will resemble tatter. Draw the scythe, then add notches to the blade as well as the blade definition. Erase the mistakes and you're done.   STEP 8. Here is the finished drawing when you are all done. Now you can choose to shade in your work, or add some color.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8.