how to draw a traditional griffin
Step 6. How to Draw a Traditional Griffin
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Uploaded: December 10, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: September 21, 2009
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Hello again boys and girls, woman and men and other visitors of I haven’t uploaded anything in the past few days because I was working on a really cool tutorial on a creature that needed to be updated to something better. For my first tutorial of the day I will be showing you "how to draw a Griffin step by step". Now as you know I have a total of two Gryphon lessons, and to me they are not really that good now that I look back on them. This Griffin that I am showing you how to draw today is a traditional gold colored creature that we all know and love. I am very proud of this updated version of a griffinn because it came out spectacular and wicked beautiful. I drew very long and hard on this sketch because I wanted it to come out just right. All the inspiration for this griffin came from the movie “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” which I watched on DVD two days ago. The gryphons in the movie were so smooth looking and majestic when they flew around in the skies and that is what I wanted my version to come out looking like. Now if you notice I still have a problem with drawing dragons and other creatures from different angles which is why almost all of my animal like drawing of fantasy creatures are either from the side or the back. The main reason why this griffon took me so long is because I drew him in a three fourths view perspective and to me that was very challenging to do. In the end though the creation came out awesome and colorful and all the colors blend together nicely. This tutorial will show you how to draw a traditional gryphon step by step. Like always the instructions are simple to read and the steps are easy to follow which makes this tutorial easy enough for everyone to try. I will be back soon with more drawing fun so stay tuned kiddies.