For my cartoon skeleton I did tweety bird I based the skeleton off of a human skeleton. We drew the human skeleton the day before, so our job was to base the cartoon skeleton off of the human one. I used some of the main and most important bone structures. For example the rib cage, spine, skull, and the arm and leg bones. I had to exagerate the head because it is very large, as well as the feet which are also exaggerated. When I was told we would be doing a cartoon skeleton I was very overwhelmed, but after we practiced drawing skeletons I was more comfrotable with the idea. My sketch was successful because I worked hard to make the bone structures as realistic as possibly yet I put my own spin into the drawing. Another contributing factor to this sucess was the fact that we practiced drawing skeletons.