Drawing Dragons: Learn How to Create Fantastic Fire-Breathing Dragons

LEARN TO DRAW DRAGONS
In easy-to-follow, step-by-step detail, Drawing Dragons teaches you all the tricks and techniques you’ll need to create your own amazing dragons. You’ll discover how to draw all types of dragons using nothing but a pencil. Drawing Dragons shows how to bring to life fierce warriors and bearded ancients as well as baby hatchlings and protective mothers. It also features a special section on adding claws, scales, horns, jewels and other unique details to your dragons.

Learn to draw:
• Ferocious, attacking dragons
•Graceful sea dragons
•Fire-breathing flying dragons
•Wise, thoughtful dragons

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Drawing Dragons: Learn How to Create Fantastic Fire-Breathing Dragons

  1. Sandra Staple "Canadian Dragon" says:

    An achievement I can say I am truly proud of! I am the author of this book so obviously I am going to be biased that this is simply the BEST dragon drawing book on the market…but putting that aside, here is some useful information about this book.1. It is 150 black and white pages, but it does include a 16 page colour insert of full page illustrations.3. I drew the entire book in pencil. Unlike drawing books that claim “all you need is a paper and pencil” but then the artwork is all done in computer programs like Adobe Photoshop, this book is truly drawn all in pencil! Not that I have anything against digital medium mind you, but if you want to learn how to draw and SHADE dragons using more traditional- and less expensive- mediums, than “photo shopped” artwork isn’t going to teach you what you need to know. So this book is all done in graphite pencil. The colour insert is also done using coloured pencil.4. The style I draw in could be called “fantastic realism” in that, unlike many other fantasy/dragon drawing books out there, my artwork is not all cartoony or comic bookish. I try to draw most of my dragons realistic looking.5. I get many emails from people asking me how to shade, and I find shading is one important aspect of drawing that most fantasy/dragon drawing books lack! So for each drawing tutorial I have included steps on how to shade each dragon.6. This entire book is all about drawing dragons. There is no big filler section in the back covering all kinds of unrelated creatures or characters, or full page spreads filled with loosely drawn sketches with zero detail. I do have some great sections on drawing all different types of scales, ridges, horns, and more, so if you do pick up the book I hope you enjoy it!For more information on this book, or for a sneak preview at some of the artwork within, come and join my Facebook group at:http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=33674938744Thanks!-SandraCanadian Dragon Fantasy Arthttp://www.canadiandragon.com

  2. Dawn Kravagna "Cattle Capers(tm) Author" says:

    Great drawing book This is a great book on drawing dragons. But drawing only: If you’re looking for painting or coloring tips, I would supplement this with another book. But at the price Amazon is selling it at, it’s a great bargain! I cannot think of a book that could be more thorough for an introduction to drawing this mythical creature. Ms. Staple firstly introduces some pencil techniques then breaks the dragon form down into basic components: head views, body parts and then types of dragons from different views. She then shows the dragon in varying genders, ages, and poses. Most of the book is in black-and-white, as it’s a basic pencil drawing book, but there are 16 pages in color in the center of the book of dragons in several colors and poses to demonstrate where you can further take your artwork. This is not for the advanced artist who is looking to further their dragon fantasy drawing skills, but for someone who needs a good solid foundation from which to develop their own unique creations. She makes it look easy. I’m glad I bought it.

  3. Nats says:

    Awesome book! This book is amazing. Not only does this book teach you how to draw a dragon, but it teaches you how to bring your dragon to life using different postures, expressions, and personalizing features. The author does a great job at breaking the complexity of dragons into simple starting patterns and pieces, then shows you how to add detail and personality to achieve the final effect.

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