How to Draw Dragon Art


Start with a circle for the dragons head on the bottom and then draw the facial gudielines. Draw the body's line of motion as you see here. Once that is done you can then draw the limb guidelines for two of the legs and draw another shape for the tai   


You will start sketching out the Chinese dragons snout and the mouth as you see. Once that is done you can start sketching out the hair and or beard on the face which starts under the chin. Sketch out the mustache and then draw the lip line as well a   


You will take your time to sketch out the rest of the Chinese dragons head hair and make sure that it is loose and flowing. Sketch out the eye, and then sketch pout the hair that travels down the back of the dragon.


Now, sketch out the shape of one of the front legs and claws as you see. Define the arm and or leg with muscle and then draw some tribal flames as well. Next draw the shape of the chest and some of the body behind the arm.


Draw out the body line for the Chinese dragon art you are drawing, and then start sketching out the hind leg and foot as you see here. Be sure to add some detail and definition to the legs too.


Sketch out the hairy tail tip as shown to you here and then draw the actual shape of the tail. You will sketch out more spine or back hair near the tail end. When that is done be sure to define the tail tip.


You are almost done with this lesson on dragon art. All you have to do now is draw out some flames in the mid part of the dragon body, and more flames by the hind legs and back end. Thicken the whiskers and then move to the last drawing step.


Here you go the most tome consuming step out of the whole lesson. You will need to start erasing the guidelines and shapes first. When that is done you can then draw in all the dragon scales. Take your time and do a good job. When you are done move t   


Here you have it, your finished tutorial on "how to draw dragon art". Color in your fantasy creature and your all done. See how fun and challenging that was? Peace!

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August 17, 2009

Description: Remember that Chinese dragon tattoo tutorial that I submitted in black and white? Well I drew another Chinese dragon but this time I wanted it to be solely for art purposes only. What that means is, the sketch and or drawing is not categorized as a tattoo, it’s more along the lines of being a piece of art. So with that said I will be showing you "how to draw dragon art" step by step. This sketch of the Chinese dragon shows how much I truly love these fantasy beast. I chose to keep the coloring the same because it shows more of the detailing and lines that make up this awesome dragon. Art is such a wonderful way to express yourself without all the drama and tears. Some people feel like crying is a great way to express how you feel, or over-eating is another way to swallow the emotions and pain you are going through. I myself like to draw when I feel very creative, and when I feel bitter, happy, sad, mad, and even sometimes I like to draw when I am tired. Anyways this drawing took me forever it seems because I drew all the dragon scales one by one which is extremely time consuming. The overall sketch came out pretty good, I would like to go back and fix the nose a bit, but I will leave that for another day. Well that is all folks I hope you like this lesson on “how to draw dragon art step by step”. This drawing truly does define art when it comes to dragons. Peace out and happy drawing gang!

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