Draw Dragon: How to in six steps?

Draw Dragon Motivation

After I created my first dragon, I was eager to try again and to see if I can draw it every day for a whole week. As a result, I created a goal to see if I can render this thing without having to always refer to my reference. However, after taking a slight break, I noticed that I started forgetting how to draw it.

Next, so how do you make it?

First of all, to draw a dragon, you start with a basic circle (head) and a long loose line. Then, you create large two large circles towards the middle of the body. However, don’t focus on the details; try to stick with simple shapes at the start. Before, I write out a whole paragraph, which I almost did. Therefore, I decided it was best if I make a list.

Here are 6 steps to consider

  • To draw a dragon, start by creating two large intersecting circles.
  • Connect lines from the neck all the way around to the tail
    • Tail end will taper (Triangle)
    • Chest usually sticks out more
  • Sketch in the nose/mouth
    • Shape it like a trapezoid
  • Draw a single wing stem from a circle (Sketch 3)
    • I broke it down in six segments or lines
  • Later on, you can draw out the longer fingers
    • They should be 2-3 segments long
    • The tips of the wing should stretch out to the hip (sketch 6.2)
  • Draw dragon Legs
  • start by creating small circles (design 5) for knee caps
    • Try to position circles away from each other
  • Create the hands as circles first to get an idea of proportion
  • Then draw in a few fingers
    • Use squares for the fingers
    • Try not to focus too much on the detail early on (sketch 8)
  • Add the eye, mouth, and horns
    • I generally draw the eye using a pentagon shape, then add detail later

That’s it for now

Thank you for reading, “How to Draw a Dragon: 6 steps.” Also, I know this isn’t the complete setup, but it should be enough to get you started. Besides, if you want the remaining steps, you can get the remain steps from the book DragonArt from here. Additionally, feel free to post your creations in the comments below. Finally, if you like what you see, please like, re-blog and follow for more inspiration!

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