How to Draw a Dragon Lugia, Lugia From Pokemon


Because this is going to be a pretty basic tutorial, we're going to jump right into drawing the guides for Lugia. Try to get them drawn to a point where layering the future lines will become evenly spread. Take your time, rushing will only cause slop   


Next, we'll work our way onto drawing the head shape, as well as the muzzle for this cool character. Take your time with this step, because the future lines are going to be supported by these ones.


Now, because Lugia's head features lots of sharp edges, we'll be drawing them in sharp angles. First, draw the eye so that the outer crests will be easier to outline. Don't forget that dented indication of brow at the middle of the forehead!


Next, let's work on the lower jaw, and the pupil. Begin with the jaw first, and then the tongue. The rest of the jaw foreshadowing the tongue will be easier once you've done this. Use light - thin lines for the inner detailing.


Lastly, using thick line weights, draw the long snaking neck. This shouldn't be too hard! Try using your entire arm as you draw these long curves, because it really does help avoiding squiggly lines.


Once you've completed the steps above, you should have something like this! Scroll downwards if you want coloring/shading steps to create a similar digital effect like above. Warning, I advise you have Photoshop and a Wacom tablet or other pen stylus   


Alright folks, I know I'm going to get a lot of people (have been) asking me for a shading tutorial, revealing a few of my techniques. This is going to be a digital coloring walk-through, so it should be helpful for you Photoshop and Wacom tablet use   


Then, create a new layer to lay down the shadows. Once you create a layer, you'll want to mask it ontop of the color layer. This will avoid from shading out of the 'Colors' layer. Whenever you create a new layer, and clip it onto another, the layer w   


I see a lot of kids asking how to digitally shade eyes to where it looks glossy like marbles or silver. First, begin with a basic color. Get a darker color and shade almost halfway. Then, take an airbrush or soft brush, and highlight with a lighter -   


To complete our adventure of shading Lugia, let's start adding reflective light to create the appearance that he's basking in the moonlight. Again, take your 'Lasso Tool' and select areas you want to add the blue reflective light. Get a big soft brus   

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September 26, 2012

Description: As many of you know I have drawn so many Pokemon characters in the past, and if you where to go in look in the Pokemon section under the anime category, you will see that there is more than one hundred different tuts on various characters. Here is another Pokemon that I will be adding. Here is my version of what a realistic version of Lugia would look like in dragon form. I think he looks awesome and that doesn't come off my lips lightly since I haven't watched any Pokemon episodes since forever. Even though Luiga will always look like a bat to me, he still looks very cool in a realistic form. The total drawing took only 20 minutes because it's a headshot. I've included a few coloring/shading tips to aid those who want to further their digital artwork skill. I plan to create more tuts featuring digital tips in the future. Thank so much for viewing, and let me know if this tutorial has helped, or if you want to see more like these! Peace out and good luck!

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