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How to Draw Spongebobs Skull

Artist: Dawn / July 21, 2013
How to Draw Spongebobs Skull

Step 1.

Make a square box like so, then sketch in the facial guidelines. Draw the outlined shape of the bottom jaw or mandible.

Step 2.

Using the guide shape you made in step one, begin drawing the wavy lined shape of the head which is also a square. Incorporate the shapes of Spongebob's teeth as well.

Step 3.

Draw the eye socket shapes, then draw the nose as well. Add the skull or gum line around the front teeth, then add the holes which gives Spongebob his spongy textured face.

Step 4.

Draw and define the shape of the bottom jaw, then sketch in the bottom row of teeth. Add the holes on the jaw, then proceed to step five.

Step 5.

Lastly, draw in two spatulas and then add the spaced holes between each one. Erase the mistakes and you are done.

Step 6.

Here is the line art for Spongebob. Color in your drawing and show it off.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: July 21, 2013
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Tags: how to draw spongebob characters
Description: So far you saw an Angry Bird's skull and Finn's skull. Up next we will be tackling the task of learning how to draw Spongebob's skull, step by step. Spongebob is going to be incredibly easy to draw because he is basically a simple square. There are some recognizable features that I had to include with the skull concept design for Spongebob like his big front teeth, his yellow color, porous textured bone, and a couple of spatula's to let us know that he is the best fry cook in Bikini Bottom. I had a lot of fun with drawing Spngebob's skull. I will be back with other great fun so stay seated if you can.