How to Draw Cecil

Artist: Dawn / December 8, 2010

Step 1.

Begin by drawing an oval shape like you see here, and then add one single line that start in the middle of the head, and then along the body.

Step 2.

Now you can actually draw out the actual shape of Cecil's head, and body like so like you see here, and make sure you make that pointed tip in back of her head.

Step 3.

You will now start drawing out the head skull like you see here, and then draw out the bony body bones as well. When that is done you can move to step three. You shouldn't have any problems with this step because the bones are relatively large.

Step 4.

Now all you have to do is draw out the eye sockets, nose, and the heart. Erase the guideline you drew, as well as the head shape.

Step 5.

Here is how the adorable snake looks like when you are all done. Now you can color her in and add her to the Skelanimal collection. I hope you had fun learning how to draw Cecil.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 8, 2010
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Description: How about another Skelanimal lesson that is going to be wicked easy to draw, and extremely fun to create. Today I will be showing you "how to draw Cecil", step by step and she is what you call the only snake of the Skelanimal family. Now this adorable little slithering snake is a Skelanimal that has a favorite movie like some of her friends. Since she is scared to death of the Mongoose, her favorite scary movie is “The Snake and the Mongoose”. I have to say that Cecil is not only slithering, she is also sly. She will sometimes use her hypnotizing ways to try and get her friends to do what she wants. Almost most of the time it never works and when it doesn't she just ends up looking like a childish fool. How did Cecil come to her death anyways? Well as it goes Cecil the snake could slither and slip through the cracks. She could climb and search for food inside sacks. Low to the ground she wasn’t easily detected, she would eat her fill without being ejected. Confident was she of her stealth. Invisible to all was what she felt, a crowded market she danced, weaved and glided caught, skewered, and cooked was she, after sighted”, and that's how it goes. I hope you have fun learning how to draw Cecil because she is going to be wicked fun to tackle since she is so simple to make. I will see you soon as I have one more lesson to upload. Peace out and enjoy the rest of your drawing day!