How to Draw the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Artist: Dawn / November 23, 2014
How to Draw the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Step 1.


We will begin by drawing the outer lining of the sword's blade and then the handle.

Step 2.


Next, you will now draw in the flag which is a bit tattered and the edge lining of the flag is in uneven points. Add detailing to the flag to make the texture look like cloth.

Step 3.


We will now draw the skull and crossbones as well as the football within the swords. Start with the outline of the skull's head.

Step 4.


Here you will draw the swords, then draw the handles and hand guards at the base of the swords.

Step 5.


Detail the blades, then add the stitching to the football. You will also need to create the hand guards in better detail.

Step 6.


You are almost done people. Draw in the skull's face which is the hollows for the eyes, nose and mouth. Add some teeth lining as well.

Step 7.


Finally, draw the handle of the sword followed by the hand guard. Add the detailing to the grip and you are ready to erase your mistakes.

Step 8.


That's it, your drawing of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is all done and ready to color in. I hope you enjoyed the tut folks.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 23, 2014
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Description: If you know me, you should know that I only do tutorials on sports teams when they are requested by both members and visitors. Having said that, here is "how to draw the Tampa Bay Buccaneers" sports logo step by step. As you can see the logo is made up of a red colored flag with a skull and crossbones on the cover. Between the swords there is a football and instead of a flag pole, the flag is being hung on the blade of a sword. Drawing this logo or sports symbol for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be easy, but it also may be a bit complicated for some novice artists. All in all just try your best and take one for the team over and over again until the drawing comes out right.