|Uploaded:||October 8, 2011|
|Updated:||October 8, 2011|
Ok folks, how about another lesson on dragons tonight? I've been getting so many requests over the years for a tutorial on “how to draw a dragon fight", step by step. When I think of fighting dragons, I think real savage poses that express the blood boiling action between two majestic beasts. In this picture, fi you can easily tell, are a red firey dragon, and a blue watery dragon fighting for it's element. I had so much fun sketching out the fire dragon, and in this illustration, he is the most dominant in this battle. The colors and background caught me in a rut, mainly because of the contrasting colors of the blue dragon at first. I changed the background twice that neutralized the constrasting between both the dragons equally, plus, giving it a fire 'fighting' feel full of action. This was a great practice on sketching up a very active scene, especailly with the individual movements of each limb. With a drawing like this, things can get VERY hectic and there are rarely amounts of artworks with two dragons dueling eachother in a clear cut way. Anyways, I've gott go, thanks for viewing this lesson and have fun!