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Uploaded: September 10, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: September 10, 2008
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Hello artist, I am back with another tutorial for you all. Today I am going to show you how to draw an anime dragon. Why an anime dragon you ask? Well for one, I have a bunch of different kinds of dragons uploaded that I drew over the course of time. I was looking through them and I said to myself “hey, I don’t have a tutorial on an anime dragon”. So here I am today, this tutorial is going to be super duper simple. Anime dragons to me are kind of supposed to look like they belong in anime cartoons like DragonBall Z or Inuyasha. Anime dragons are almost really cartoony looking and have very simple parts to draw. When drawing an anime dragon you will also learn how to draw dragon legs, dragon arms, dragon talons, dragon tail, dragon wings, dragon eyes, dragon tongue and many more parts of the dragon anatomy. The reason why anime dragons are so simple to draw is because they are bulky, less detailed, and more round. And everybody knows that drawing round circles is an incredibly simple thing to do. Dragons have been a part of our history for centuries and there are many tales and myths about the dragon. Not only are there myths and tales, but there are also many different kinds of dragons that have been created over time by many different people including myself. Over time I have drawn and created so many different dragons and almost all of them have unusual names and history behind them. For instance, if you go into the dragons category and scroll down you will notice that there are several dragons that are very weird looking. I have a gargoyle dragon, a snake dragon, green thunder dragon, then I have a shade dragon, a mercenary dragon and tons more. These fantasy creatures can sometimes be difficult to draw if you are trying to draw a detailed complex dragon when you are just a novice. When you are a novice artist it is good to tackle intermediate tutorials at least three times a week just to get some kind of detailing experience. The other four days that are left in the week you should really try and draw from tutorials that are in your level because this way here you can get good at drawing from a novice level. When you are a novice artist you are basically learning how to draw simple shapes. This includes the head, arms, body, legs, hands and feet. When drawing a human face you should take your time because it can get very frustrating. It took me a while before I could draw a human face at an intermediate level. I just practice every day and once a month I buy books on how to draw different things that I want to get better at. In this tutorial I will show you how to draw an anime dragon step by step. The instructions are easy and the steps are even simpler. Remember tackle this tutorial with patience because you should always take your time when you are learning something new or trying to get better at something you already know. I will be back in a bit with more tutorials that you can learn from and enjoy.

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