|Uploaded:||February 27, 2011|
|Updated:||February 27, 2011|
Okay guys, I know I haven't uploaded any dragon lessons lately and to tell you the truth, I think I've lost my dragon drawing ability. I say this because I don't draw dragons like I used to nowadays and because of that I think I lost touch with the complicated contours of the dragons body, and framework. Today I thought I would submit a tutorial that has been sitting in my pending folder for a few days. It is going to show you "how to draw a wyvern", step by step, and yes I have a few lessons on the wyvern so this is not going to be anything new. I thought that drawing and uploading something cool would be a concept that folks from Dragoart would appreciate. As you know the wyvern is a dragon without a pair of arms. The typical dragon has front and back legs, as well as a pair of separate wings that can be controlled all on their own if the beast wants them to. Now when a wyvern flaps the wings, they are also moving their arms at the same time because the wing tissue is connected to the front arms or legs. They are sometimes a lot more smaller then dragons, but they still keep their intimidating size compared to humans. There is so many different ways you can draw one of these fantasy creatures, and since everyone’s drawing style is different, you can pretty much learn "how to draw a wyvern" using the skills you already know. If you are brand new to the whole wyvern/dragon concept, the best thing for you to do is start with an easy dragon to draw, and gradually move up the skill ladder. Anyways, this is going to be fun because you will be drawing a new fantasy creature from scratch once again. Have fun guys, and remember to upload your works when you are all done.