|Uploaded:||March 6, 2009|
|Updated:||March 8, 2009|
Drawing is a fun and exciting experience that expands my mind and brings me to another world. When I start a drawing I always try and get lost into what I’m doing and usually that happens. But sometimes that just doesn’t happen. But with this drawing I did get involved and lost in my work because I was drawing this character live online. I’m not quite sure what to call this girl with the one wing on her back and I have been thinking about a name for her which is why I didn't submitted her yesterday. I did however come up with a description header and that is; how to draw a dragon tamer step by step. Now I got the idea of calling her a dragon tamer because she has one wing that is kind of angelic and because she is holding a baby dragon in her hand with the tail wrapped around her wrist and arm. I think that this drawing came out super sweet and I absolutely love the coloring that I did. The landscape also came out epic because I tilted the background so that it would look like she is up front and in your face. I made my own brush in Photoshop and added a bunch of baby dragons as well as adult dragons flying all around in the sky. Even though she is a dragon tamer, she is only a teenage girl. I wanted to give her a name that suits her appearance, so I came up with Dragcena which is pronounced (drag-see-nah). She has a very lanky looking body because her one wing has to aid her in speed when she is on foot running. She normally rides a white horse named Whisper which is also her long term friend and buddy. Whisper is a horse that has a diamond shaped crystal in the middle of her forehead which enables Dragcena to understand and communicate with Whisper. Anyways, for those of you that watched me draw out this character I now give you the chance to learn how to draw a dragon tamer step by step. All the instructions and steps are laid out easy enough for artist of all skill levels to try out. I will be back in a while with other tutorials for taking. Until then I bid thee farewell.