|Date Added: March 2, 2010|
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Description: It's time for another skull design that I was working on in my sketch book for those four days that I was left without lights. I literally had a candle lighting my pad as I sketched a few drawings out. I had no idea that the results would be so awesome. The soldier skull has been in the top 50 since I uploaded it a little more then a year ago. I wanted to draw another awesome skull design that can be used as a decal for t-shirts, hats, and even a tattoo. Since my country has decided to send in troops across the globe for reasons unknown, I wanted to sketch out something that symbolized what these men and women end up leaving the military as. You will get an awesome lesson that teaches you "how to draw a war skull", step by step. Once you leave the military, these individuals are coming back as torn, tortured, and confused souls that have completely lost all form of self being to a point where they are not the men or women they where before they signed on to join the military whether it be a marine, or part of the Army. The skull design that I sketched basically shows how messed up one becomes after they have experienced all they have, being in a war with a country or countries that we don't belong in. It's sad too because half of these soldiers don't even know what they are realistically fighting for. As a defender of the United States, you are supposed to live by the constitution that was written by our countries founding fathers, and live by the oath that one swears by which states; “I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic”. Did you read that? “defend the Constitution of the United States”. To me, that means defend freedom and restore it to our former glory that this country was founded on. If we are at war, and we're not fighting these other countries because they are trying to strip us Americans from our freedom, or they are physically on our land taking from American people, then we don't belong fighting a war that has nothing to do with what we defend our constitution for. This war skull represents the colors of my country and how our once good name has gone bad. Anyway, I'm not going to get into that right now because I get to worked up about it. Fort now I will leave you all with this meaningful lesson that will teach you to draw a war skull easily. PEACE out people, and have a happy drawing day!