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How to Draw Dragon Jumba

Artist: Dawn / August 17, 2015
How to Draw Dragon Jumba

Step 1.


We will start the first step with a caterpillar like form which consists of four circles. Sketch in the facial guidelines too.

Step 2.


Define the shape of Jumba's face like so, and don't forget to add the arches for the eyebrows or just brows.

Step 3.


Up next, draw in Jumba's eye socket shapes and then draw the nose and mouth.

Step 4.


Finish the eyes by drawing two rows of eyeballs in each eye socket. When that is done you will need to draw the teeth and tongue inside the mouth and then add the crinkles on the top part of the nose.

Step 5.


Draw the body next. Define the shoulder and then draw the gnarly arm and hand or claws.

Step 6.


Up next, draw in the wings which look more like bat wings and then sketch in the definition inside the wings.

Step 7.


We will now draw the left arm and hand followed by the right leg and clawed foot.

Step 8.


We will now finish drawing the body including the bubbly puss looking tail. Erase the mistakes and you are all done.

Step 9.


Here is the line art when you are finished. When you are confident that the drawing looks good, you can color him in.

Comments (1)
Purpletiger · 5 years ago
hehe so cool :hai:
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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 17, 2015
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Tags: how to draw lilo and stitch characters, how to draw how to train your dragon characters
Description: Since I have two lessons that are fusions of Lilo and Stitch characters mixed with How to Train Your Dragon characters, I might as well upload them so everyone else can enjoy them. I will start by showing you how to draw Dragon Jumba, step by step. Jumba is one of my favorite characters from Lilo and Stitch, but even though he is, Jumba kind of got annoying sometimes. This tutorial on him shouldn't be too bad. I think you will enjoy the concept so be sure to let me know if you liked it. I guess that's it. Have fun and good luck with the task.