|Date Added: May 23, 2010|
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Description: Hi guys, it's me Dawn your fellow artist, and friend of Dragoart.com. Sorry I didn't submit anything yesterday, I was just so busy. Today I have eight new tutorials for you all, and I do believe you will like every single one. Let's start by learning something easy, like a dragon. It's been a long while since I submitted a dragon lesson, but after careful thought, and some sound sketching, I have this submission that will teach you "how to draw a easy dragon", step by step. As you know drawing dragons can be a difficult challenge for beginning, and intermediate artists. I have to say, because I haven't been sketching out dragons in the past six months, my skills are kind of rusty. I think I'm going to have to draw dragons a lot more often because it took me forever to sketch out this one. Like I said before, when I have to sit there and figure out a way to make something easy for you guys to draw, it's a lot harder then drawing something complex. I think it's because finding a way to make a person, object, or creature easy to draw, and break it down into sections, makes figuring out how to draw a complex thing, into something that is not so complex at all. For a dragon, I have to figure out how to draw the head, body, wings, and claws in a fashion that can be easy to replicate using steps. Once I do break it all down, the end result is pretty darn good. As for this lesson on "how to draw an easy dragon", let's just say I was sitting at my desk for a good two hours just making the sketch look portioned, and drawable. In the end I think it came out good. Although I think I might tweak the tail a bit, because looking at the way I drew the dragon tail, it kind of looks funny to me know. Nonetheless, if you love dragons as much as I do, you will still have an awesome time with this tutorial. This will be dragon number seventy nine, and I will eventually get that dragon lesson number, up to one hundred one day. Have fun guys, and have a nice drawing day.