|Uploaded:||July 12, 2008|
|Updated:||July 12, 2008|
Today at DragoArt.com we will learn how to draw a front view of a noble and powerful Sky dragon. This dragon reminds me of a mix between a bat, cat, and alligator. My mom looked at the picture and said that it was really good. I tried to proportion the body well to make it look reasonable. Drawing a dragon from the front can be difficult. For me it’s very difficult. You have to keep in mind that you have to proportion the body and make sure all the limbs are a reasonable size. In other words, you can’t have the dragon have a leg bigger then the other or really small wings on a huge dragon body. It would make you seem like an amateur. Well, since you came to this tutorial you’re probably an amateur learning how to draw a dragon from the front. In this step by step tutorial I will teach you how to draw a front view of a made up creature I call a Sky Dragon. These strong and swift creatures live in the high mountains of forests. They roam mountain tops and skim the skies of forest tops and meadows. They’re prey consists of deer, other smaller dragons, large birds, humans, and other living creatures that’s easy to capture especially while flying. Sky dragons would prefer hunting while in flight because they feel that their feet are massive enough to catch their meal without having to fight or chase their prey. Because these dragons are so big they tire easily and need to rest after every meal, after they travel, and even after they play or just walk around the forest grounds. The one thing I like most about this dragon are the wings. I think they came out looking so awesome and real looking. The color of the sky and the clouds make him look even more massive amongst the wide open sky. A Sky dragon’s wingspan can mature up to ninety feet long which makes this dragon look incredibly intimidating with its wings fully expanded. This tutorial took me a while to complete. I hope you like my imagined version of this unique dragon species. I will see you all soon with another tutorial that I hope you will all love.