Step 6: Below the upper jaw, draw a long, curved, horizontal line for the lower jaw. Don't draw this line too far below the upper jaw, otherwise the lower jaw will be too big. Shade the sides of the lower jaw a bit and draw a series of short, vertical lines along the bottom edge for the Grim Reaper's teeth.
Step 7: Starting on the lower, left side of the hood, draw a long, curved vertical line for the first part of the Grim Reaper's arm. Pay attention to how long this line is. On the right, draw a shorter angled line for the other edge of the arm. Sketch lightly at first. The lines should be farther apart at the bottom because the Reaper's sleeve gets wider.
Step 8: At the end of the angled line on the right, draw a small cylindrical shape for the hand. Draw a sloping line inside the shape along with a series of shorter lines for the Grim Reaper's bony fingers. Curve the lines for the fingers a bit. On the right side, draw a couple of small, curved lines for the thumb.
Step 9: On the top, right, draw another small, cylindrical shape for the Grim Reaper's other hand. Inside the shape, along the bottom edge, draw four small circles for the knuckles. Above that, draw a few short lines for the fingers. Below the knuckles, draw more circles for the rest of the hand. At the top, draw a couple of small circles for the thumb and a line that connects to the hood.
Step 10: Draw two lines that connect the hands to create the first part of the handle of the Grim Reaper's scythe. Above the hand on the right, draw two more sloping lines for the top part of the scythe handle. Below the hand on the left, draw two longer sloping lines for the bottom part of the scythe's handle. Close off the shape of the handle at the bottom. Use a ruler if you're having a hard time drawing the lines.