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The first thing we need to outline the skeleton of the dragon. It’s easy enough to do, because we will use very simple lines. Let’s start with the head, outlining the head in the form of an oval and a long line of the spine. On this line we will need to place the chest and pelvis. We conclude this step by sketching the arms and legs.
The dragon’s skeleton is done, and now we will add some volume. We start from the head, sketching the outlines of the wide open mouth of our flying monster. Next, we sketch the outlines of the curved neck, which moves into a torso and then into a long curved tail.
We continue to add details and volume to our flying dragon. With the help of very simple geometric shapes, we will sketch the outlines of arms and legs. In the same step, we will outline huge wings that resemble bat wings. The main outlines of the dragon are done, and starting with the next step we will start drawing the final details.
As we have said, starting from this step we will work with the final details. With the help of clear and dark lines, we will carefully draw the outlines of the face with the wide open mouth full of sharp teeth. In the same step, carefully draw the eye of the dragon and spikes on the head. Remove unnecessary lines from the head of the dragon.
Continuing the lines with which we drew the head, we carefully draw out the outlines of the neck, which smoothly passes into the upper part of the body. Next, draw the outlines of arms with sharp claws. Do not forget to draw spikes on the upper side of the neck and erase the unnecessary lines from the upper part of the body.
Now, continuing the lines of the upper body, we gently draw out the lower part of the body and legs with long and sharp claws. Next, draw a long curved tail. On the upper part of the tail we draw thorns that continue a row of thorns from the neck. Removing unnecessary lines, we proceed to step number seven.
In this step, we essentially finish drawing the body of our flying dragon. Continuing the lines of the torso, we carefully draw out all the details and lines of the wings, taking into account all the joints and claws. With the help of an eraser we delete all the unnecessary guidelines and proceed to the final step of the lesson on how to draw a dragon for beginners.
You can leave your dragon drawing either as in the previous step, or add some shadows. By tradition, we first determine the source of light, in our example, it falls from above. After that, we add spme shadows with hatching in areas of the body of the drawgon where no light falls.
So, this lesson had a name how to draw a dragon for beginners, and we hope that it justifies its name, and each of our readers was able to cope with the process of drawing a dragon. But if you encounter any difficulties while drawing the dragon, write to us about it, because your opinion is very important to us.