The Bones

The shape of the skull determines by and large the external morphology of the head and can be divided into two parts: the brain case and the facial block, which comprises several bones tightly joined together to achieve a solid structure. The only mobile bone is the jaw.

OCCIPITAL

CERVICAL VERTEBRAE

Bones Drawing

CLAVICLE

STERNUM

NASAL

(ZYGOMATIC ARCH) MAXILLA

THYROW CARTILAGE

FRONTAL

TEMPORAL

ZYGOMATIC

PARIETAL

MANDIBLE

HYOIV

Head And Cervical Vertebrae Sketch

CLAVICLE

STERNUM

FRONTAL

TEMPORAL

NASAL

ZYGOMATIC

OCCIPITAL

(ZYGOMATIC ARCH) MAXILLA

CERVICAL VERTEBRAE

PARIETAL

MANDIBLE

HYOIV

THYROW CARTILAGE

Drawing The Jaw Perspective

If you get the opportunity to observe a real skull or to buy a plastic one, practise drawing its main outline. Render it from different visual angles, as I have shown in these quick sketches, and apply the principles of perspective and structural simplification.

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  • vittoria
    How are bones joined together?
    8 years ago
  • mantissa
    What is bones drafting?
    8 years ago
  • marigold
    How to draw a cervical vertebrae?
    8 years ago

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