How to Draw Death

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STEP 1. First, start off by drawing the simple guidelines to the reaper. This is very achievable by drawing the head guideline first and then the body guidelines.   STEP 2. In this step, you will have to draw the hood of this creepy grim reaper. When you draw a grim reaper, you'll need to try different types of hoods. In this one, I added torn and old ridges to give the essence of "death".   STEP 3. Next, draw the clothing details. It's important to start from top to bottom so you're less vulnerable to mistakes.   STEP 4. Then, you will draw the beginning stages of the wing. Once you get the first wing drawn down, the second wing will be much easier to draw. Be sure to be precise when you draw the withered and tapered edges of the cloak.   STEP 5. Then, finish off the cloak by drawing the hem. I really enjoyed drawing the effect of this part because of the precise little folds and wrinkles in the cloak. Start drawing the Scythe and the other wing. Once you've completed this, move onwards.   STEP 6. Finish of the hood by adding the small wrinkles and the shadows that embark this creature's dark presence. I recommend sketching from dark to light as you move closer to the edge of the cloak.   STEP 7. It's time to start revising your work! Be sure to check any mishaps that you've encountered. Review parts that were hard for you to draw and make sure they look well drawn. Once you've revised, erase any indication of guidelines to complete the polished drawing. To give your drawing more encouragement, ink it out so lines look clean and crisp.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7.