How to draw a chinese dragon with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Pencil drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: Glaiceana
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
If you want to learn how to draw a Chinese dragon, you definitely need to start with a sketch. At first draw a long and squirming figure. You can carefully render every curve on our lizard body. An important point – the body should taper towards the tail.
As always we move from top to bottom, in this case from head to tail. In this step, we outline the contours of the ears, horns, and dashes. Indicate the position of the eye and draw ornate and twisted mustache.
And now, dear artists, to draw the dragon’s face, erase all instructions and circle his mustache – a mustache that is dramatically narrowed from the nostrils to the ends. . In general, a simple step, perhaps, eyes can cause a little trouble. Be very careful, when you draw eyes.
The mouth should be dotted with small and sharp teeth, so now we draw them. Further drawing ears with sharp edges of hair. Here we draw the horn of the Chinese dragon, it should have smooth, graceful curves. Yes, Chinese dragons have very specific looks. By the way, we have a drawing tutorial on how to draw Gon from Tekken.
Those born to cows will never fly? Our dragon, as you might guess, can both crawl and fly. And to show that, you need to draw his feet. More precisely, not drawing, but just sketching. Incidentally, in this step his feet look like chicken feet.
Are Chinese dragons dirty and disgusting? Not at all, it was – the soft and smooth cutie, cute as if hoping for a brighter future with old Mao. The upper part of our dragon’s body is really fluffy and covered with feathers, so you should draw it. Draw the strokes on the upper line of the body, to make the Dragon more soft. Draw a bun on the tail.
Draw horizontal sections of the inside of the body of our Chinese dragon. Note that the paragraphs become closer together at the end of the tail.
In the step where we sketched the toenails of Chinese dragons, they are very similar to chicken feet. So now they will become more like chicken legs, because we draw sharp claws down and outline the folds of the skin.
Paint small shadows on the surface, as well as shaded areas of the body located closest to the feet. Well, here there is no complicated shade structure, on dark positions just add some pencils blooms.