Description: The last tribal dragon art I drew was loved by many artists that are members or visitors of DragoArt.com. I was really getting into drawing tribal art designs and because of that I drew this next design like a week ago but never got around to putting it up. For my third tutorial of the day I am going to show you how to draw twin dragon tribal art step by step. The reason why I am calling it twin dragon is because both of the tribal dragons in the tattoo design are identical. The tails of the dragons are drawn with infused flames and the wings are draw with typical tribal lines. I absolutely love the way this drawing came out and I am extremely excited to be submitting to right now. I left the drawing black and white because this is art that I think many people of age will use as a tattoo. Not only will you learn how to draw twin dragons, you will also have the pleasure of learning how to draw a ying yang that is placed in between the claws of the dragons. The Japanese word at the top of the finished drawing means “dragon” and I think that was a nice touch to make the finished line art different from the main tutorial picture. Dragons are awesome mythical creatures to learn how to draw and there are so many ways to draw them out. The twin dragons you see here are supposed to be in a Japanese design fused with some awesome tribal line art. I hope you guys like this lesson on how to draw twin dragon tribal art step by step. I worked hard on them and I laid out the steps the best I could to make them as simple as possible. You will notice that I placed this tutorial under the “advanced” section because I don’t know how hard it is going to be for some of you to tackle and accomplish. Have fun and stay tuned for more lessons coming your way!
Description: Start this first step by drawing two of everything. You will start with two head shapes and then add the facial guidelines. Next draw the body’s lines of position as you see here and then add the arms, claws, and wing lines.
Description: Now in this next step you will start sketching out the beginning lines of the forming body as you see it done here. This step can be a bit difficult to achieve. All you have to do is take your time and start from the top and work your way down to the bottom. You are essentially just outlining the guidelines you drew in step one making them more shapely and designed.
Description: This is your third step and what you will be doing here is drawing out the tribal lining that is fused with the regular lines that will make up the twin dragons. Start with drawing out the heads and then the open jaws. Finish off the clawed feet as well as the tails. Start the sketching of the trial art wings and then you can move to the next step when you are completely done here.
Description: This is your last drawing step and as you can see you will finish it off by drawing out the tribal dragon wings, tongues, and lower body lines that resemble razor lines. There really aren’t too many guidelines or shapes to erase but if you come across any visible ones go ahead and erase them to clean up your hard drawn sketch.
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