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How to Draw a Green Dragon

Artist: Dawn / February 16, 2008
How to Draw a Green Dragon

Step 1.


Start this first step with the simple guidelines needed to draw to help you make the whole learning process easier for you to learn. Start at the head and draw two small circles with two seperate beaks on on top and one on the bottom. Draw a long sem   

Step 2.


Now in this step you can start filling out the outsides of the lines to make them all look whole instead of sticks. Always start from the top when ever you draw because you can big time cash. The position this green dragon ids standing in is a bunch    

Step 3.


In this step you will continue to draw the green dragon by detailing the face neck and front limbs. Draw out the dragons face with one eye, frills on top of the head. After you do that go ahead and detail the front leg. After that is done start detai   

Step 4.


Again this step is all about detail, detail, and more detail. This sketch actually took me 4 hours to sketch out and this was like a year ago. I have tons of dragon drawings that I will eventually submit on this site for all to learn from. In this st   

Step 5.


Now this is the last step before you move to the next which is all about technique. This is probably the most time consuming step because you have to sketch out all the different sized scales and skin wrinkles in the green dragons wings and neck, fac   

Step 6.


These last steps will teach you how to shade and highlight your green dragon. This method is called the ‘burn shading method’. This method is good for contrasting your colors without making with tons of layers. This is also preferred for beginner   

Step 7.


Begin shading your image, LIGHTLY! You don’t want to press hard or shade in the same area. This will cause your shades to go darker. You don’t want that, it’ll make your image too dark and icky. Don’t forget to define your light source!

Step 8.


Now lastly, for the highlighting. This is the fun but difficult part. When you highlight, you must make sure that you know your light source. What’s a light source? It’s a term used to define where the direction of the light is hitting your drago   

Step 9.


And here you have the finished sketch and drawing. Your green dragon should look like this after you draw all the details and definitions that is associated with the dragon.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 16, 2008
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