How to Draw a Deer Skull, Deer Skull Tattoo

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STEP 1. Begin by making a circle for the head and then draw the curled guidelines for the antlers, and the snout of the deer's skull.   STEP 2. Slowly begin sketching out the actual shape and structure of the skull. Start at the top of the head, and slowly work your way down. Notice how the skull narrows out when you start drawing the muzzle part of the skull design. Be sure that the brows are predominate as shown here.   STEP 3. Using the facial guidelines you made in step one, start sketching out the shapes of the eyes first, and then color them in hollow. Next, sketch in the crease between the eyes on the forehead like so for added definition and detail, and then draw the bony detailing along the muzzle of the deer skull. In the center of the snout add another crease line for added definition. You will then end this step by drawing the oblong shaped nostril holes like so, and color them in as well.   STEP 4. You are now ready to start sketching out the antlers. Start with the right one first, and here you can make them as large, or as small as you like. The base of the antler should be nice and thick to convey power, and strength. The lining should be rough and rugged to convey the wilderness and no holds bard. I'm not sure but, I think this rack has five points and that is just counting one side. Add thickness to the lining as well as nice etched grooves along the edges.   STEP 5. Try to draw the other antler the very same way you did the first one and also try to keep them uniform looking. If you want an awesome sketch, take your time and don't rush. Once you're done with this step you should end up with a ten point rack.   STEP 6. Clean up your deer skull drawing and then you can draw in the creepy skull face above the deer like you see here. Of course this is completely optional, I just thought it would make a nice touch.   STEP 7. If you chose to go ahead and draw in the silhouette of the human skull face, your drawing should look like the one you see here. If not, just minus the face, and the deer skull should be all that remains. Great work guys, I'm sure you did a fantastic job. Don't forget to submit your finished art if you can so others can check out your work.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7.