How to Draw Skulls Teeth

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Skulls typically still have teeth despite lacking other features like skin. Learn how to draw a skull's teeth with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, what's up? Chris here and today we're going to be learning how to draw a skull's teeth. So, first thing I'd like to do is draw a skull with no teeth and we're going to do the nose and you always fill that in to give the appearance of depth because the skull you know, there's no eyes in there, in this particular one so we do that to show that it's empty and the same with the nose. And here is the mandible which is the bottom jaw and we'll draw that and there's you a skull. The teeth basically you're doing like a door but you're curving it at the bottom and you're putting another one right next to that one and so forth. It's you're continuing, once you do one you're doing the same thing over and over and over again and as you get around to the side of the mouth to give it the depth and dimension, the teeth usually get smaller, see what I mean? They get smaller and that's the top row and the same thing with the bottoms. You're doing the same style but it's upside down, so you're doing lines straight across and these are the teeth and as you get around they get smaller and then you can do this, get really tricky and do the back teeth. You know what I mean? They're skull teeth so they don't have to necessarily be too straight but at the same time you want to be able to show that they're teeth. Know what I mean? He can use it for a good brush and a floss but other than that he has most of his teeth. I'm Chris and this is how you draw a skull's teeth.


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