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How to Draw Jack Skellington, Bloody Jack Skellington

Artist: Dawn / October 13, 2011
How to Draw Jack Skellington, Bloody Jack Skellington

Step 1.

Make a large circle for the shape of Jack's head. You will then add a simple face guide and move to step two.

Step 2.

Draw out the actual shape of Jack's facial structure, and notice how you have to draw in those raised areas for Jack's brow.

Step 3.

Begin working on the eyes, and when you do that, be sure to sketch in those scratchy detailing lines under Jack's eyes. Once that is done add the cracks on the skull like so, and then draw in the crease between the brow.

Step 4.

Next, draw in Jack's conniving grin, and then draw in his nose holes in the form of slices.

Step 5.

For the last step, finish Jack off by drawing in the stitch lines and as you can see there are many. Erase the guides and mistakes like so, and then you are done.

Step 6.

This is the line art, and as you can see Jack looks great. All you have to do is draw in all the blood, and you will have yourself a Bloody Jack Skellington.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 13, 2011
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Description: Hey everyone how are things going for all ya’ll around the world? I have been doing well, and it’s mainly because Halloween is drawing closer and closer. I’m going to start things off on a cool note by submitting something I drew live. Here is "how to draw Jack Skellington", step by step. Some may also call this version of Jack, Bloody Jack Skellington. No matter how you want to label this depiction of Jack, you are sure to have an awesome time drawing him out. As you can see this tutorial is going to be wicked easy to tackle. All you are doing is drawing out a head, some eyes, and his menacing grin. The end results are good enough to decorate your windows, walls and fridges with. So go ahead and enjoy drawing Bloody Jack, and I will get busy making more drawings and steps for you all to enjoy and learn from.