How to Draw Wrenches and Skull Tattoo

Artist: Dawn / August 1, 2015

Step 1.

Let us begin by drawing the head shape, cheek bone structure and mouth area for your skull.

Step 2.

We will now draw the definition for the bony brows and then draw the hollows of the eyes. When that is done draw the split nasal cavities.

Step 3.

Since this is a mechanical skull design, the jaw should be angled and sharp. Draw the bottom teeth which are more like grooves than actual defined teeth.

Step 4.

The skull is finished. Draw the wrenches next. These are just two simple wrenches that mechanics use often.

Step 5.

Finish the wrenches and then proceed to step six where you will finish the rest of the tut.

Step 6.

Now all you have to do is color in the hollows for the nose and eyes. Erase whatever mistakes you might have made as well.

Step 7.

Here is the line art. If you are a mechanic this would make a great tattoo concept.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 1, 2015
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Description: Hey guys, welcome back to a new lesson here on Dragoart. Today I have a variety of tutorials that I think folks will enjoy. I will start with something different. Here is a concept tattoo skull lesson on how to draw a wrenches and skull tattoo, step by step. The idea for this concept came from the mechanic that lives up the road from me. For the past few months he has been the only person who has worked on my truck to a point where it runs like a different vehicle all together. When I got my truck it needed so much work, and since he is a reasonable mechanic and doesn't have his own shop except for his garage, I was able to afford his service and end up with a decent running truck at the same time. So, mechanic, this lesson is for you. I know you're fifty, but in case you want a tattoo here is a nice one on some wrenches and a skull. Enjoy folks, I hope there are people who could use an idea like this one. I will return with some other fun lessons in a moment so stick around.