For years, dragons have captivated our imaginations, but have you ever attempted to sketch one? Whether you want to make a terrifying fire-breathing monster or something a little more soft and friendly, we’ll show you how to make your own dragon drawings in ten different methods.
1. How to Draw a Dragon by Art for Kids Hub
Art for Kids Hub is one of the easiest-to-follow tutorials on YouTube. And though the show is primarily targeted for children, even older kids and adults learning how to draw a dragon will find this channel really comprehensive.View Details
2. How to Draw a Chinese Dragon
This easy tutorial will teach you how to draw a Chinese dragon, which is a snake-like creature with four legs and a lion-like head. Step-by-step textual directions with drawings, as well as an instructional how-to video, are included in the drawing guide.
3. Flying Dragon Tutorial
This tutorial by QWE Art only requires an Artline pencil and a Double-A paper and is a good transition from a stationary dragon to a flying one.View Details
4. How to Draw a Dragon Head
Mark Crilley has over 3 million subscribers on YouTube, and for good reason. He has a real casual, friendly way of guiding viewers that he makes drawing a detailed dragon head look easy.
5. Fire Dragon Tutorial
Praful Art show how to draw an easy fire drawing in this 5-minute video. The artist uses an HB pencil and A4 printer paper and in less than 5 minutes comes up with a fiery deagon. This is one of the easiest tutorials around.View Details
6. How to Draw a Dragon of Ice
Rio Art Club’s tutorial is non-narrated but you can easily follow through this tutorial with ease. The artist uses Faber Castell color pencils on this one — deep blue, sky blue, and black.View Details
7. How to Draw a Dragon Head 2
This is another great example of a dragon head tutorial by Attraction Art Spot. The artist uses an HB grade pencil and a regular A4 paper. You can use any kind of pencil for this tutorial.View Details
8. Mixed Media Dragon Tutorial
This masterpiece that Christopher Lovell calls a “sketch” is a mixture of markers, pencils, and some acrylic washes and highlights. While it’s not the easiest to follow from the list, we decided to include for the work of art itself.View Details
9. How to Draw a Flying Dragon 2
This European-style dragon has the scaly body, bat-like wings, and a blaze of flaming breath that the word “dragon” conjures up. The beast is broken down into simple steps in this video tutorial. If you need to go back to a previous step, use the menu to the right of the video screen.