June 9, 2022
The skull is made out of two arrangements of bones cranial and facial. Cranial bones are 8 in number, facial bones are 14. Thus, the skull is made of all-out 22 bones. The cranial bones structure the cerebrum box called Cranium which obliges the mind. The facial bones give shape to the face. Presently, let's begin with how we can draw a Human skull with basic simple tasks.
The frontal bone is found superiorly while the mandible lies poorly, giving the skull an ovoid shape when taken a look at anteriorly. The frontal bone underlies the temple; over the orbital cavities, the nasal scaffold (which is framed together by the two nasal bones), and the frontal course of the zygomatic bone.
The maxilla consumes the majority of the space in the centerpiece of the facial skeleton. Along with the nasal bones, they structure the limits of the foremost nasal opening. Poorly, the mandible and the alveolar cycles of the maxilla structure the lower part of the foremost skull.
Below are the 11 easy steps to draw a proper human skull.
In the first step, draw an arbitrary rectangular shape as shown in the figure below.
In the next step, draw a lower Jaw shape as shown in the figure.
Now erase the horizontal line in between to merge two shapes.
Now draw the shape of the forehead, nose, mouth, and chin by drawing zigzag lines on the right side of the image.
Erase previous stray lines and darken up.
Draw the mandible, lower jaw, and upper jaw as shown.
The next step is to fill the teeth in the mouth.
Draw an Eye socket, Earhole, Nasal hole on skull as shown in the figure.
Now carefully mark the different bones on the skull. First, draw a round-around ear hole. Next, divide the space on the skull into three partitions. Mark the Zygomatic bone shape around the eye socket.
Now along the faint lines draw a zig-zag pattern to represent the fissures.
Our skull is almost done. Finally, draw another line all along the outer border of the skull representing the skin on the head and face.
This is what a complete labeled diagram looks like.
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