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Uploaded: September 18, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: September 18, 2010
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Hey everyone, I’m here with another helpful tutorial guide that will show you “how to draw a griffon”, step by step. I know, I’ve got about three griffin tutorials that are actually fairly old. I wanted to submit a lesson that really shows the power of these mighty beasts. If you’ve ever played the video game, “World of Warcraft”, you’ll find that there’s “gryphon” mounts that the alliance can ride. It seems the griffins in the game aren’t as cool as they are in conceptual art. When you draw these mythical beasts, there are so many combinations you can draw them in. For instance, what if you had this mythical creature mended with a raven and a panther? It would be pretty epic, eh? Gryphons are generally lions and eagles mixed. Many artists interpret them differently in ways that are wicked cool! In my old art, I’ve drew a gryphon that’s a mix of an eagle and leopard. The image didn’t come out so well, but it was still a cool idea. The point is, expand that artistic mind of your to create ultimately awesome creations. It’s subsided with inspiration, patience, and practice. Read books that give you information on how to create a fantasy character. There’s just countless ways to yield cool fantasy creatures, which everyone would dearly enjoy. Anyways, before you begin moving onto drawing a griffin, make sure you‘ve established on what tools you have. You’ll need a pencil, some paper (doesn’t matter which kind), an eraser, and most of all, imagination! I truly hope that this drawing tutorial will teach you well. There’s only a step by step base here, with some tips integrated with the text. Thanks for viewing and enjoy! Don’t forget to leave behind some feedback on how yours turned out.