How to Draw a Pharaoh's Sarcophagus

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The sarcophagus of a Pharaoh is basically that Pharaoh's casket or tomb. Draw a Pharaoh's sarcophagus with help from an illustrator in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Eric. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a Pharaoh Sarcophagus. Let's start up here just by drawing the top portion of it then we'll fill this out in a bit, make sure that line is even and then we'll come down to where the shoulders are, arm comes around. We're starting out with an outline here and then let's come down, that's about where the hips would be and go all the way down for the feet. And this here, draw that shape there and then the sarcophagus is a casket that looks like a person more or less like the King, the Pharaoh, bring this arm down, bring this arm up, show some hands here, two, three, four, bring this one over. Have her hand crossed here, draw her fingers, arm there. And then let's go in and draw the face of it, put that here and here, draw these lines here going across. That goes there, lines here, up and over. Let's see and then this portion of its uniform, draw the neck, draw this curved piece here, draw that ornate pattern. Now let's draw this coming down here, add to the face. Let's start out with some eyes, a pupil there, nose, mouth, ear, ear, and then let's add to the sleeves there and then this kind of has a leg structure and then this part is usually striped and there's a lot of ornate pattens and symbols in this usually but this is less than detailed version of it. Curve this around and then let's just bring in some broader stripes here, draw some over here and then let's add some dimension to this, come down here, fill in these lines, follow the stripes for that, fill that in, bring this down here, fill that in and there we go. And that is how you draw a Pharaoh's sarcophagus.

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