Draw a smaller oblong inside the oblong earlier for the mouth.
Draw dragon #2, but instead of flames draw mist with a light shade of grey and blue. For the rest of the body color different shades of blue and grey spikes.
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Now draw a guideline rising from the eye-ovals to the tip of the tail for the shoulder, back and tail of the dragon.
Try drawing an oval with points on the sides instead of rounded edges. Inside the oval, draw a vertical line.
Start with a shape for the head, and then draw a neck. Next, draw out the body shape which kind of looks like a rock.
Draw a sharp curve connected to the apple drawn previously to complete the main head outline.
Add details to the dragon such as eyes, flame breath, scales, and back spines.
Now that you have the guides all drawn out, start drawing the head structure. This is basically thickening the lines you already drew, but then add the shape of the nose.
Place two smaller ovals for the paws just below the thigh-ovals.
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You have finished this full tutorial on how to draw a dragon for kids which includes the body and head. Hope you enjoyed this lesson and I also hope you learned something new.
Draw in the belly and then draw the hind leg, foot, talons, and then the short stubby dragon tail.
Now that your dragon is all drawn in, you can now just simply clean up the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one, and then draw out the wings.
Draw dragon #2 with lightning around its wings, color it blue, and draw a lightning bolt instead of a flame
Now for the dragon heads. Make two shapes that are sort of odd in lining. Add the facial guidelines to the head on the right.
It will depend on your current skills and the amount of time your spend practicing.
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Erase the guides and shapes you drew in the first step, and then draw out the one wing.
Complete the body and tail outline following the curve drawn earlier.
Connect lines to the body guide for the limbs of the dragon. Further connect straight lines for the claws. Also draw a flowing guideline for the tongue.
Draw a series of curved lines attached to the lines drawn previously to complete the wing outline.
Now begin sketching out the structure of each head the way you see it done here, and notice how the two are very different in appearance.
Draw a repeat line over the entire body as a guide for the flames.
Draw two curved lines arising from the neck followed by connected curved lines for the wings.
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Color in some eyeballs, and then draw out the tongue for the dragon head to the left. When that is done continue to draw out the head of the dragon to the right as well as the head frills.
Add details such as eyes, horn details, scales, and back spines
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Guidelines help you to draw the actual dragon. The dragon is much more detailed than the guidelines, which may be blocked or random shapes that help you see the actual dragon as it forms but aren’t needed once the drawing is in place.
Draw ovals attached to curves for the main feet of the water dragon.
To draw a dragon, first decide whether you want to draw a cartoon dragon, which will have lots of simple curved lines, or a realistic dragon, which will have more complicated angled lines. Then, choose whether you want your dragon to be breathing fire, flying, standing on two legs, or posing another way. When you’re ready, sketch the frame of your dragon using basic shapes like circles and squares. After you make the frame, go back in and add details like scales, the eyes, and the wings.
Draw in the shapes of the eyes, and then draw the slitted pupils. Add dashes for the nostril holes, and then begin drawing out the body and tail the way you see it done for you here.
Add a couple more ovals to the earlier oval for its eyes and draw two antennas from it as guidelines for the horns.
Use the basic steps here, then add details that make it look like that particular type of dragon.
Next, draw the horns, and then make the shapes for the eyes.
Draw out the shapes of the necks, add some detailing and you are all done. Erase the guides and lines from the first step to clean up the drawing.
All you have to do here is draw in the eyeballs, and then color in two nostrils, and a crease on the bridge of the nose.
The fire flame and draw the bony plates on its neck, back and tail.
Here you will draw out the front legs and then the cute posed front feet. Be sure that the tips of each finger is pointed.
Draw a string of a guideline for the body starting from the head to the tail.
Draw a series of curves attached to triangles for the tail and feet.
Draw a couple of small ovals for the paws of the fore-limbs .
Draw curves connecting the chest with the head of the dragon.
Erase all unwanted lines and enrich it with further details.
Extend straight lines from the upper cube and join them to make pointed horns.
Now draw in the front and back legs, as well as the chest, and stomach. Be sure you take your time so you end up with this awesome looking dragon.
Draw two small ovals for the nostrils and a tapered semi-circle for the mouth .
Begin shaping out the face which is just the jaw line, and nose. When that is done move to the next step.
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This is what your dragon looks like when you are all done. Now you can have fun picking a shade to color it in. Proceed onto the helpful steps that will also show you how to draw a dragon with frills, and how to draw a dragon head.
Try making a baby dragon a bit smaller than an adult with proportionally larger eyes, cheeks, and feet. It might also help to draw very small horns.
Now all you have to do is draw out the toes for the feet and then draw the detailing swirls on the elbows and knees.
Now you will be drawing out the body starting with the thick neck. Move along to draw out the body, and then draw the back end of the dragon until it comes out looking like a pillow.
It might be if you wonder about it instead of trying. Drawing always seems hard at first and it is until you have practiced it sufficiently. Give it a go, don’t worry about the first many attempts not working, as the process of trying is what matters and creates your drawing skills.
If you give up before you even start, you’ll never learn.
On the basis of the guides, draw the shoulder, back and tail-lines of the character as well as the belly.
Add two overlapping ovals on the big oval for the thighs of the dragon’s hind limbs.
Now you will draw out the frills and if you look closely they look a lot like fish fins. Draw the frills on the sides of the head, and then on top of the head. Finish drawing out the head before moving to the next step.
Lets begin with this long, but helpful tutorial on drawing a dragon for kids. We will start with the dragon that is in the thumbnail. Start by making a round shape for the head, and then add a long neck line. Once that is done attach the neck to the body shape which sort of looks like an egg. Add one tail line, and then move along to step two.
Continue to draw out the heads. The one on the left needs to have the nose and mouth drawn in, and the head to the right has the jaw line and eyes all drawn in too.