How to Doodle Toxic
If someone asked you to draw the idea of something being Toxic or Poisonous, what would you draw? How about a creepy looking bottle with a skull? Let’s give it a go. Use one curved u-shaped like to draw the body of your bottle. Notice how the bottle is wider on the bottom and narrows quite considerably near the top.
Use a combination of straight lines and arc shapes to draw the lid for our bottle. Then use two additional arc shapes to draw the border of our label on the body of the bottle.
For the skull part of our doodle, use a combination of arc-shapes, ovals, straight lines, and a triangle. Notice the size of the eyes and nose in relation to the head of our skull in the example.
To make this bottle look slightly more toxic, let’s draw crossbones. Use a combination of straight lines and arc shapes to draw the bones. Notice how the bones are angled at 45-degrees away from the skull area.
Add the finishing touches to your doodle by giving it some color. And there we have it. This is our visual representation of Toxic or Poison. How many other ways can you think of to draw the idea of something being toxic in a simple way?