As of 2015, find drawings of an evil skull on ArtBySpano.com, AllSkulls.com, WickedSkulls.com and 123RF.com. Alternatively, view and learn to draw different kinds of skulls on Art-Is-Fun.com to come up with do-it-yourself evil skull art.
AllSkulls.com has a listing of different sites dedicated to skull artwork, drawings, tattoos and other merchandise, such as leather items, decals, shirts and glass art. One of the sites on the AllSkulls.com list is ArtBySpano.com, which hosts wicked skull artwork by Michael Spano, an avid motorcycle enthusiast. Examples of his designs are in his online portfolio and are available for licensing. Aside from licensing existing designs, he also accepts requests for custom artwork tailored to client specifications.
WickedSkulls.com is another site on the AllSkulls.com list. This site specializes in skull-themed apparel, gadget cases, leather items for bikers and other skull artwork, such as prints, greeting cards and posters. For even more options, visit the image site 123RF.com, which has a good selection evil skull drawings and stock art available for purchase and licensing.
For someone who does not want to make any purchases, Art-Is-Fun.com is a good alternative. This site has a section on skull drawings and a helpful tutorial on creating seven different skull designs. The skull drawings tutorial offers detailed, step-by-step instructions for creating skull outlines that even drawing beginners can complete. Follow-up lessons promise to take the skull outlines to a different level by teaching how to decorate with fancy patterns and colors.