how to draw a chibi dragon
Drawing  a chibi dragon, Added by Dawn, September 13, 2008, 5:07:20 am
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Uploaded: September 13, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: October 10, 2008
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Hello DragoArt visitors and members! Today I have made a special treat for you. We will be learning how to draw an awesome Chibi dragon! I know I haven’t been making Chibi tutorials in a long time so here’s a tutorial of one. I remember four weeks ago I had a Chibi obsession. When that faded out I began to get obsessed with anime tutorials. Over time I’ve watched and bought a lot of anime. This includes Death Note, Naruto, Bleach, and Full Metal Alchemist. I really enjoy watching these anime shows. I’m sure everyone else loves it too (well anyone that like anime that is). Anyways, the Chibi dragon we will be drawing should be fairly easy. I made every single step easy to follow and draw. I know most of the people that come to DragoArt, are here for the dragons. So today I decided to make a tutorial on a dragon Chibi style. The dragon I drew is called a purple forest dragon. It’s a friendly and helpful critter unlike other evil and foul beasts. It only eats fruits and small animals because of its small size. Its maximum height is four feet and its length is six feet. The height however, reminds me of my baby sister XD. If I ever owned a Chibi purple forest dragon, I’d feed it candy all day. And if it craved to eat some human then I would it feed it my sister XDD. Ok, just kidding =P. Well anyways, I drew this creature on my program Adobe Photoshop CS3 while using my Wacom Intous3 tablet. Without those two things, I don’t know how I’d survive in the world XD. Before I was satisfied with today’s Chibi, there were three other ones, but they didn’t look good so I chose to finish off this one. Well I hope you guys enjoy this tutorial on how to draw a Chibi dragon step by step. It took me some time to draw and color it. This time I tried three types of shading techniques in one. Well, have fun everyone!