How to Draw a Hydra Dragon easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Dragon drawing for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: Art Land
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start. You will need to draw up a series of shapes and guidelines to have a workable body frame for your hydra. Create three egg shapes for the head, then add guides on the face. Next, you shape the body and then draw more lines at the tail and neck like that.
We will deal with each end one at a time as we draw the hydra faces. Start with the muzzle. Draw out a sharp facial structure. The lower jaw should overlap the upper jaw. Make the brow bone or bump.
Complete the head by drawing such horns. As you can see the tip or tip of each horn has a tapered point. Outline the eyes, as well as the frill-like gills on the back of the jaw. Sketch in detail to such frill and forehead.
Since this is the head and neck, the hydra will have one of the shoulders. Sketch the slightly curved neck, then draw the back, shoulders, and muscle lines.
Start this step by drawing a second head for this three-headed beast. Solve this task the same way you started the process of drawing the first hydra head. The only difference would be the mouth. This glass has a slightly open mouth.
Finish off the rest of the head with horns, frills and eyes. Outline all necessary definitions and details.
Start outlining the neck starting at the back of the head. Draw the front part of the neck, then draw the chest.
We’ll outline this monster’s chest, followed by the front legs and feet, claws or claws. Be sure to outline all muscle and hand definitions.
Draw the last two ends like so. Take your time so they all look like they’re part of the same beast. Be sure to draw out all the necks. You don’t want a floating head do you?
Slowly outline the entire back like the tail. When you’re done, you can outline your abs and hind legs. Draw the outlines of the legs, then add all the strokes.
Almost done, guys. Now you’ll have to take your time dealing with the spiky frills that run down the hydra’s neck and back. Once all the spikes are drawn, you can add details to the centers.
Draw the rest of the limbs followed by the tail. The tail is actually drawn with some straight edges. Add a body definition, then you can start removing errors and tutorials.
Add the neck and belly scales, then draw a bone carving on the horns. Add some small details in the areas where you see the little red spots.
This is how your hydra appears when you’re done. Of course not all of you will get a perfect drawing, but if you practice long enough, you will produce your perfect work of art. I still haven’t drawn mine.
Drawing, sketching supplies and Painting you may need:
- Assorted Color Sharpie Permanent Markers
- Glitter metallic paint pens sparkle water-based marker pen
- White sharpie extra fine paint markers pack oil based
- mixed media sketchbook drawing pad
- Sharpie permanent markers ultimate cosmic color collection
- Crayons for kids and everyone
- Prismacolor premier colored pencils
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- Acrylic colour set for painting
- Paper for drawing and Painting