|Date Added: August 19, 2010|
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Description: You know, sometimes I will sit there and literally spend a good hour just thinking about a new concept to draw to add as a lesson here at Dragoart. What really gets me when I zone off into space, is the fact that when I finally do realize what I'm gonna sketch, it's something that should have been done a long time ago. That is the case with this next tutorial. I can't believe that I have never thought about this idea before knowing the fact how much my beginning drawing life has always been consumed with creatures, and dragons. Today, I am going to have so much fun showing you guys a new chibi creature to create. Almost everybody loves chibis, and even more love dragons. I came up with a super cool, cute, and fun idea to do as a lesson, and it is called “how to draw a chibi Chinese dragon", step by step. I totally can't believe that I never did a chibi Chinese dragon before. I mean, if you look in the dragons section there is a good amount of tutorials that are on Chinese and Japanese based dragons. I know I submitted a lesson on a plain old chibi dragon, but never on a Chinese version. This idea came to me when I was staring at my ceramic incense figure. It is of a six headed Chinese dragon with incense plates built right into every roaring mouth. One of the faces looked sort of cute if it was twisted or tweaked in a certain way. Now because this figure is small, I got the idea to do a chibi version of a Chinese dragon, and the design I drew came out looking so incredibly awesome. I really like the face, and all the shades I used when I colored it in. I know that you guys will fall in love with this lesson, as you too will "draw a chibi Chinese dragon" of your own. Remember, you can customize the drawing as wish with each passing step. It's always fun to add something of yourself when following a drawing tutorial. Anyways, let me shut up because I know you want to get busy with this fantasy creature of myth. I will be back soon enough with more fun, so stay tuned in to see what pops up next!