Description: I haven't made any dragon lessons in a while so this one will be a cool addition to the 'dragons' category. Today we will learn "<strong>how to draw a perched dragon</strong>", step by step. As many of you dragon lovers know these reptiles loved being perched on high ground so they can see all the action below them. Dragons were naturally a species that took what they wanted when they wanted it, and to do so they had to always be above ground so much higher then believed. They had amazing eye sight which enabled them to see the ground below and everything that lived under their feet. If you like drawing dragons, you will love drawing a perched dragon like you see here. Enjoy this lesson folks and be sure to leave some feedback to let me know what you thought of the lesson. Adios amigos!
Description: Use the head guide to sketch in the shape or structure for the dragon's head. As you can see this dragon has a more block style head and muzzle which is a nice change. The sharp frills or horns along the jaw line and face should be different in shape and size.
Description: We will fill in the mouth with small sharp little teeth, then sketch in the nostril, crinkle on the muzzle where the eyes are, and then sketch in the eyes. There should also be some fine definition too to add texture to the dragon's face.
Description: Dragons have wings attached to their backs while having a set of arms too, and there are also dragons that just have wings with no arms. This dragon has both arms and wings. Begin drawing the wings with a strong, limb like structure that is also muscular and lean.
Description: Continue to work on the wing by completing its form. The skin should be torn between each finger of the wing like so, then sketch in detailing to the back part of the wing where it attaches to the dragon's back.
Description: Almost done people. Now all you have to do is sketch out the other wing. You don't have to really worry about detailing the skin because the skin is hidden from the wing facing the opposite direction.