How To Draw A Cartoon Skeleton Using Simple Shapes
A baby is born with around 300 bones, while adults have around 206. Lucy, the famous female skeleton discovered in Ethiopia, is three million years old. Some of a baby’s bones will fuse as they are born, but not all.
This tutorial will teach you how to draw a cartoon skeleton, which consists of a skull (1), ribs (2), arms (3), fingers (5), and feet (8), and may help you improve your biology grades!
The human body is made up of (around) 206 bones; we’ll try to keep about 10 of them to draw our skeleton, which is mostly made up of circles and ovals, with very thin arms and legs and a very thin vertebral column.
How to draw a cartoon skeleton: Once again, you have the option of drawing a more realistic skeleton (4) or a humorous skeleton (1). Don’t be afraid to use your imagination and draw a skeleton with a large head (3) or long legs (2).
How do you draw a standing skeleton?
- Add cheeks, start neck and ribs.
- Finish the ribs and spine.
- Add the hips and start the arms.
- Add lower arm and hand shapes.
- Draw fingers on each.
- Draw two leg bones.