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Drawing Dragons: Art Inspired by Wings of Fire (Beginners/Intermediate)
In this workshop, we show how to draw basic shapes and turn them into incredible Wings of Fire dragons!
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**This class series focuses on a different dragon week by week beginning Monday through to Sunday. No class is the same week by week so feel free to sign up to future classes if your learner wishes to learn other dragon styles. Dragons can seem like complicated things to draw, but it's easier than you think! We begin with basic, easily understood shapes, then walk through which elements to add, piece-by-piece, to make the shapes more recognizable as our dragons. We then show how to add...
Students will learn a step-by-step process based on basic shapes that will let them continue drawing their own dragons well past just this class.
A good drawing pencil, paper, eraser and a big imagination! We focus on using lines, angles and shapes to create our dragon during class. We move at a pace to fully complete our dragon. Learners are welcome to “perfect” the details of the dragons after class. If your learner enjoys water colors or acrylic paints, I would suggest using a weighted paper (60lbs min). Color pencils or crayons are also great. I welcome for everyone to share their unique and finished dragon during the week by posting in the classroom
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
David StearnsDesigner & Illustrator Teaching Kids to Love Art
893 total reviews
304 completed classes
I am passionate about sharing my love for fantasy art and empowering kids with the foundational tools they need to make their imaginations come alive on paper. Harry Potter, Wings of Fire, My Little Pony, Pokemon, Smash Brothers... these are all...