I would like to show you how to draw a dragon. This lesson includes nine simple steps.
In this drawing tutorial, I will show you how to draw a dragon. I have developed this lesson especially for children and artists with no drawing experience. So this artwork won’t be difficult for you to do.
A dragon is a large, serpentine, legendary creature that appears in the folklore of many cultures worldwide. In the old days, people used to believe in dragons. Dragons as mythical creatures have appeared in most ancient cultures and traditions. They could be a force of good or evil, and live virtually anywhere: in lakes or the sea, in thunderclouds or caves. A common feature of dragons was that they could breathe fire and had enormous power.
I’m sure you will enjoy drawing this picture. Now let’s get down to drawing the dragon!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Dragon
- Draw the outline of the dragon’s head and torso.
You can depict the dragon’s head as a circle and its torso as an oval.
- Add the front of the dragon’s head.
Use curved lines to represent the dragon’s nose and open mouth.
- Add a few elements.
Draw scales on the dragon’s head, and add an oval-shaped eye and a dot-shaped nostril.
- Outline the tail and the paw.
Use curved lines to add the pointed tail and the raised paw to the dragon’s body.
- Draw another dragon’s paw.
Depict the dragon’s paw at the bottom of its body. Its paw should look bent near the foot.
- Depict the wing of the dragon.
This element should be placed on the back of the dragon slightly below the head.
- Add the decorative elements.
Using curved lines, add a border to the dragon’s belly and some scales on the back.
- Erase the auxiliary lines.
Use an eraser to remove excess lines from the dragons’ body and head.
- Color the drawing.
Use different shades of green to paint the dragon’s body, and paint the dragon’s eye black.
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