how to draw a red chinese dragon
Step 6. How to Draw a Red Chinese Dragon
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Uploaded: March 31, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Advanced  Advanced Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: March 31, 2009
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I have submitted some really nice dragons in the past and that is what I initially started this tutorial site out with. The very first dragon I drew for the site was a Chinese dragon and that is probably my favorite kind of dragon. Since I haven’t drawn and submitted any new dragons lately, I will show you how to draw a red Chinese dragon step by step for my fourth tutorial lesson of the day. I said all I can say about the Chinese dragon in previous tutorials which is why I am kind of stumbled about what to talk about in this description. What I can say is that I drew the dragon live like three days ago but there was only like two people watching me draw this beast out. Now because no one was talking to me while I was drawing the dragon, time kind of lagged for me which made me extremely bored. Don’t get me wrong, I love drawing dragons, as a matter of fact I love drawing them so much I am working on a project that I plan to disperse through DragoArt in the near future. Chinese dragons can be drawn in many different sizes, shapes, and colors. There is a traditional Chinese dragon, a Japanese dragon, and many other dragons that are created and developed from the imagination of many artists’ minds. There is so many movies that have dragons in them as either friendly protectors of the skies, or terrorizing reptiles of small villages and towns. I am still waiting for another awesome movie to be released based on dragons and I don’t care what kind they decide to use. I was going to do a tutorial on how to draw the loch ness monster, but I decided to go in another path which is what you will learn to do now. So grab your pencil and paper and start learning how to draw a red Chinese dragon step by step. I shall be back tomorrow with more drawing fun kiddies so keep your eyes peeled for bigger and better lessons coming your way.