learning how to draw a black chinese dragon
Step 3. Learning How To Draw A Black Chinese Dragon
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Uploaded: December 11, 2007
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 10
Updated: January 17, 2008
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The Black Chinese Dragon is a dark coiling dragon. A coiling dragon is a Chinese dragon that lives in mostly water. The best way to spot one of them is in the darkest ocean waters and lakes. She lives amidst the darkest oceans, feeding upon giant squid and sperm whales. This cruel beast will rise out of its waters to feed upon its prey. It is known to curse beings that come by it. The curse consists of bad luck forever or, possibly death. If you happen to be lucky, the backbiting beast will give you a quest to fetch what it wants. But, hardly anyone survives this task. However, the beings that do survive will be granted two wishes. Moving along, this Chinese Dragon holds a secret power that can turn the world into Armageddon. There is only four Black Chinese Dragons, the names are Tagotho: dragon of the Pacific, Shamira: dragon of the Atlantic, Cecilan: dragon of the Indian Ocean, and Harutora: dragon of the Arctic. The Chinese dragon we will be drawing is Shamira: dragon of the Atlantic. The symbols upon her pelt are real Chinese symbols that translate as: evil, cruel, Atlantic, death, and Chinese dragon. It took me a long time to draw these symbols on her. By the way, Shamira is a female Chinese dragon. Females have a furry tail while males have clubs for tails. Males are also bigger and slimmer. They have smaller horns too. Females have larger horns and thicker bodies. Their manes are also fluffier and brightly colored.