You don't want to miss this page of western dragons - these are the dragons of the classic fairytales - full of castles and dragons perched on the roofs of medieval towns.
Imagine having a dragon like this perched on your roof?
Well, apparently (in fantasy) in medieval times they had dragons like these flying around towns all the time.
Dragon On The Roof - Oh no!
So this is one of those mysterious creatures out for a hunt.
I heard they would sweep down on livestock - you know cows and pigs and sheep - but I wouldn't trust one of these.
Again, to start drawing this dragon, trust your pencil and create a loose outline.
Once you have your outline, start working on the large areas of shading, gently adding the shadows that you want.
Please do not worry if your dragon does not look exactly like mine.
It's okay if you create a slightly different look.
When you are adding the detail of the head, move down and find the close up - it could help.
This Close Up of the cool dragon, as he calmly surveys the town, he looks so everyday about it.
Actually, this guy looks kind of cute, notice the scales on the head, and this close up gives you a good look at how to draw the scales.
Also the horns on his head.
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