How to Draw a Naga for Kids

Artist: Dawn / September 3, 2011

Step 1.

The first thing you want to do is make a circle for the head and then draw a long line for the body. Add one face guide and move to step two.

Step 2.

Draw out the shape of the naga's face like so, and then draw in the first lining for the eyes. As you can see the lines are crescent shaped and there is also lashes at the ends.

Step 3.

Finish drawing out the eyes like so, and then draw in the actual eyeball with the slit style pupil. Next, draw the mouth which is in a frown, and then add some fangs, brow wrinkles and nostril holes.

Step 4.

Now you will begin working on her body. Start by shaping out the neck, and then draw in the shoulders, arms, upper torso, and the right hand. Be sure to add a small bump for the one breast that is visible, and tapper the lining off into a waist.

Step 5.

Continue to draw out the Naga's body, and as you can see the body widens once you get past the waist. The tail should lay on the ground and be thick as well.

Step 6.

Finally for the last step you will draw out the flared rib that starts at the top of the head and forms a heart like shape all the way down the back and ends at the waist. Erase any mistakes and all the guides.

Step 7.

This is your new naga for kids when you are all done. Color her in, and that's it. I do hope you enjoyed this lesson, I know I did.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 3, 2011
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Description: I’m back once again folks, and this time I’m not playing games. Although I don’t recall fooling around before, I guess I’m just rambling. Anyways, to start the tutorial day I will be teaching you guys "how to draw a naga for kids", step by step. This is a lesson that I was supposed to submit four days ago, but for the past week or so I have been forgetting to upload all of the tutorials I make. So here is a fantasy or folklore creature that is very popular with fantasy buffs and sci-fi movie goers. The concept to make a naga for kids was an idea that came to me by e-mail. Someone thought it would be cool to draw a naga in a ‘for kids’ format. So here it is, I hope you have fun with this submission, and remember to let me know what you think of this tutorial. I shall return people so stay tuned in.