I was working so hard today on a really rockin tutorial on something that I think you will all enjoy. This is by far the best dragon tutorial I have every sketched out and drew. Everyone was asking me for a lesson on a knight fighting a dragon. So after careful consideration and precise drawing, I have decided to fill all requests that asked me to teach them how to draw a dragon slayer step by step. Drawing out these two characters was an exciting challenge for me because I wanted the slayer to look barbaric and civilized at the same time. Making the size of the dragon slayer was so important to get right because it had to show how big the dragon was compared to the slayer. The total sketch took me six hours which was mainly because I had drawn several different dragons standing in different positions, giving off different vibes and views. When I drew the last sketch, I knew that was the one I was going to stick with. I showed my parents the sketch and they were like “wow, that is awesome”. My parents are my best critics, if they don't like the way something looks, I know it needs to be changed. They point out mistakes like uneven eyes, messed up limbs, and anything else I may overlook because I get so into the drawings I draw. Sketching on a tablet is so different from sketching on paper. When I sketch on paper, it is easier for me to spot the mistakes because the drawing is being done eye to paper, and pencil. On a tablet, I have to position my wrist and hand differently just to make lines even and curves arched. When drawing dragons, it gets complicated because there is so much detail involved. For the most part, I do get things done right without a quick look over from my parents, I get better at drawing everyday and because I draw everyday, I brush up on everything that I need work on. Drawing this dragon slayer was something I wanted to do for a long time now. All I had to do was find the time and energy it took to go into such a drawing. I hope you guys will like learning how to draw a dragon slayer step by step. All the instructions and lines are laid out for you so that you will have little trouble figuring out where what lines go to what and how. I will be back again so stay tuned for more upcoming lessons on the way. Peace out and have fun.