The days of the dead are truly a celebration of life which take place in Mexico, the second of November.. When children dance with caricatures of death, eat skull sugar molds and learn to respect that life is brief, they learn there is a circle to life and to not fear death and then are free to enjoy and appreciate every moment.
Here you can see some examples:
To start doing this exercise, you first have to learn how to make an ovoid.
After drawing the ovoid, you are going to draw different elements to the mask as you were doing an axial symmetry.