How to Draw a Skeleton Joker

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When drawing a skeleton joker it may be wise to start with the skull. Draw a skeleton joker with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, Chris here, and today I'm going to show you how to draw a skeleton joker. So, what I'm going to start off doing, is I'm going to start off with the skull. I'm just going to kind of do a couple lines going down the side here, and this is where the cheek bones are going to be. And then, you're going to draw another couple lines, but this is connected, this is going to be the chin. Maybe, he's smiling, so I'm going to draw a little bit of a smile and a couple eyes, you can just put in as dots. And then, kind of a triangle nose there. And then, we're going to do the hat. How we're going to do that, is I'm going to start off with like a little broom here and then, couple lines going up. And you just want to make it kind of like a flag there, almost. And then, you just keep doing that on the side, and we're going to do about five of them. So, it almost looks like he's got some crazy hair. Then, what we're going to do, is we're going to put a couple bells on the end of each one. I'm going to finish off with the neck here, by doing just two parallel lines and a couple lines going horizontally. And then, we're going to do the shoulder blades, which you an do as two circles like that. I'm going to do the bones for the arms. Maybe, he's putting the other arm in the front of his body, so I'm going to do it just like that. And you also want to draw a heart shape at the end of each, at the end of each bone. Then, you're going to do the same thing, because there's two bones in the arm. And then, if you want to do the hands, you can just do it by just doing a couple, couple small circles like ovals, just like that. Then, for the breast plate, what I usually do, is I just draw an oval, just like that. And then, I connect a couple, and getting smaller as you go down the rib cage. And now, this is going to be behind this arm, so you've got make sure you're going in front of the bone there. Then, we're going to do the hip bone, which looks just like that. You're going to do the same thing you did with the arms, for the legs. And then, can't forget the knee caps, which is two small circles, just like that. And the same thing for the bottom of the legs. And then, for the feet, you're going to want to do, one, two, three, four, five. And then, you want to do one, two, three, four, five. And the same thing on this side. You can really do the feet however you want. These look a little bit, a little bit larger, like he's almost wearing joker shoes. But you can do it however you want, get creative and do your own thing, you know. Maybe he's moving a little bit, so you want to put a couple moving lines around. Maybe, he's dancing or hanging from something, he's a puppet, maybe. But there you go, that's how you draw a skeleton joker. Good luck guys and be creative.

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