Here is a collection of easy skull drawing ideas for beginner artists to try out next in their sketchbook or doodle page.
Skulls may seem a little complicated to draw, but there are many ways to simplify your skull art so that they are more beginner-friendly to draw.
Plus, there are so many different ways you can customize your skull drawing, so I hope you find some unique ideas here on this list.
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Tips for Drawing: I recommend creating a pencil sketch at first. Then, go over your lines with an ink pen and let your ink dry. Afterwards, erase the pencil sketch underneath and you have your finished ink drawing!
Materials Used for Ink Drawings:
- Casemate Mechanical Pencil (0.7 mm)
- Eraser (Brand not known – got rubbed off)
- Pigma Micron Pen 03 (Can be purchased on Amazon here in a pack of various sized pen tips)
- Paper: Canson Mixed Media sketchbook (Can be found on Amazon here)
15 Easy Skull Drawing Ideas
To start us off, here is a basic step-by-step drawing guide on how to draw a skull.
You can use this a guideline to help you draw the other skull drawing ideas in this blog post.
Here is just a very simple drawing of a skull.
It’s perfect for beginner artists to try drawing.
Below is a skull drawing simply based off an oval.
Our next skull drawing idea is a skull with wings to try drawing.
Here is a simple drawing of a skull in a bed of flowers.
Here is another version of an easy skull drawing to try out.
Try drawing a skull holding a flower in its mouth next!
Here is a side-profile drawing of a skull.
Here is a drawing of a skull with very minimal lines to draw.
Here is a cute drawing of a skull with a bandaid on its head.
Here is another version of a simplified skull drawing to try drawing.
Here is a cute and easy drawing of two skulls kissing.
Here is a more geometric version of a skull with its mouth open.
Next, let’s try drawing a skull wearing a cap.
Lastly, here is an adorable skull with glasses and a bowtie to try drawing.
Thank you for stopping by this blog post!
I hope you found some simple, cool skull drawing ideas to try out next in your sketchbook.
I wish you a wonderful day or night and until next time my fellow artists!