How to Draw Dragon from Clash of Clans

Artist: Dawn / June 29, 2015

Step 1.

Like always we will begin the first step by drawing the head and body guide shapes. Draw in the guidelines for the wings and then you are done here.

Step 2.

Instead of beginning with the head in this second step, I thought it would be easier to draw in the eye and nostril lines.

Step 3.

Up next, begin drawing the actual head and snout shapes. As you can see this dragon's design is boxy and angled. Draw in the horns and teeth too.

Step 4.

All you have to do here is draw in the bursting flame of fire coming from the Dragon's mouth.

Step 5.

Now that the head and fire is drawn in we can get busy with the body. Start with the neck and shoulder, then draw the large wing completely. Once that is done draw the arm and clawed hand along with the left leg and foot.

Step 6.

Up next draw the left wing and then draw the fingers on the wing along with the thumbs and thumb nails.

Step 7.

Complete the body by drawing the right leg and foot and then draw the tail.

Step 8.

We will finish Dragon from Clash of Clans by drawing the stomach scales on the belly side of the dragon. Erase your mistakes and guidelines.

Step 9.

Here is what your finished drawing of Dragon looks like when you are done. Now you can add lots of color.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 29, 2015
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Tags: dragon drawing, how to draw clash of clans characters, dragon drawings, dragon drawing easy
Description: Stepping away from the Cuphead tuts for a minute, I thought I would go ahead and fulfill another request. This time I was asked to make a lesson on how to draw Dragon from Clash of Clans. I'm not sure how or when the game app became so popular, but I keep getting more and more people asking for all sorts of characters from the game. This is a pretty cool concept on a dragon. It has a big blocky head and breaths fire. Tackling the task shouldn't be too bad, so if you are novice artist prepare to run into some bumps in the road.