Description: This is going to be yet another tutorial on how to draw a Neopet Draik. This neospecies is highly sought after. Most would say that this creature is ugly in appearance, and not interesting at all. But because this Neopet looks like a dragon, just that alone gives it it's popularity, that, and the fact you can purchase a lot of companion items through the various shops spread throughout the site. Yes it's true that this extremely popular blue colored dragon like species invaded Neopia without warning. As a matter of fact it almost seems like the mysterious species dropped straight out from another planet, oh wait, I'm sorry, he does come from another planet called Meridell. As most of you neoaddicts know, Meridell is a medieval style land, and like most medieval style lands, it is filled with knights, kings, wizards, witches, and cool magic straight from Neopias' past. The Draik was actually released by Neopets in 2002 and since then it is one of the rarest pet you can find. Now, according to the Neopets trading card game, the Draik is only about 3 feet tall and was also an experimental creature. But from the large popularity count, this dragon like pet is here to stay. If you don't have a Draik no worries because a user can purchase a morphing potion to turn one of their other pets into a Draik if they wish, but this option can be quite pricey. Never the less, Neopets has been around for almost 11 years now, and I think they are definitely here to stay. Whether you are 8 or 30 the Neopets craze has swept through our world like apple pie. In this tutorial I will show you how to draw the all popular Draik step by step. The detailed instructions show you just how easy it is to create a Draik of your own. I hope you all enjoyed today's tutorial I will see you all very soon.
Description: Lets start this first step by drawing the basic guidelines and shapes of the Neopets Draik. First draw a small round circle for the head and then a straight line going down the middle. Now draw a half circle to the right hand side of the face for an eye and then the shape of his snout. In the background you are also going to have to draw out the six lines that will be attached to his wings in later steps. Now draw out the rest of the shapes for this unusual looking dragon which is the skinny oblong shape for the torso, arms and legs. Now before moving onto the next step draw out the remaining guidelines as shown.
Description: Now using the guidelines you drew in step 1, you are going to draw in the shapes of his wings and bat like ears. Start with the wings and outline the line you already drew previously. Follow this technique for the rest of the wing. Make sure you end up with a wing that is shaped like a bats wing. The frills on the Draiks' head is going to filled in the same way you did his wings. After that is complete, draw the outlining of his left eye and the shape of the lower portion of his face including the two pieces of skin that resembles a mustache. Next draw out the fingers for both hands and start to sketch in the shape for his feet and tail.
Description: Now as you can see you are almost done. Start with the face and draw in the lining for the inner eye. Next draw out the frills that reside under his cheek or behind his head. After that is done you can finish of the shape of the wings by drawing in the bottom half as shown. Next draw the lines going across his chest and belly and sketch in two spikes down on his back near his tail. Sketch in the shape of his tail including the spikes and detail his feet by drawing in the toe nails.
Description: Now this is what your neopets Draik should look like when you are completely done. All you need to do is color him in and add him to your neopet drawings collection. That will do for another easy tutorial on how to draw a neopet Draik.
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