Description: I figured since I made a tutorial on a dinosaur being born from an egg, I might as well go ahead and make a tutorial on "<strong>how to draw a dragon hatchling</strong>", step by step. You obviously all know what a dragon hatchling is so I don’t need to go into any hardcore explanation about that. What I will tell you is you should have a relatively simple time with tackling this tutorial, but you may come across some difficulty if you are a novice artist. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t try to draw this baby dragon; I’m just saying that there might be some bumps in the work before completion. The red and black coloring is shades that I thought would make the dragon hatchling pop out on the page for more exposer. I definitely want you guys to have a blast so be sure to do so. When you are all done with your drawing it would be nice to leave a comment, rate, and even fav this, and any tutorial you may enjoy. That’s all for now, but I will be back later. Adios people and have fun!
Description: Using the shape you drew in step one for the head guide, draw out the face structure first, and then draw in the snout, mouth line, and then draw the eyes and small horn on the top of the nose like you see here.
Description: Okay, lets get the egg out of the way and to do this all you have to do is draw have of an egg shell. The broken part of the egg should be drawn with straight edges and points. Add some cracks on the shell like so, and proceed to step five.
Description: Lastly for this step, all you have to do is draw out the long neck, and then the wings which are still closed and hugging the body. Draw the stripe on the chest, and then add the horizontal lines too. Make the spikes on the back of the head and neck like so, and then begin cleaning up your drawing.
Description: The line art looks awesome like you see here and it is all ready to be colored in. Use your own coloring ideas to what type of dragon you want to make into a hatchling. I went with a fire or red dragon from the depths of the volcanoes. Thanks guys and good work!