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How to Draw Your Dragon: Learn How to Draw Both Eastern and Western Dragons

Jenny Miller
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(621)
In this one-time art class, I’ll teach students how to draw both Eastern dragons like Sisu from Disney’s "Raya and the Last Dragon" and Western dragons like Toothless from Dreamworks' "How to Train your Dragon" series!

Class experience

This class will teach students how to draw by breaking down subject matter into basic lines and shapes, doing simple steps first, and later adding more details.
I have a Bachelor's Degree in Visual Art Education and am certified by the state of Indiana to teach from preschool to 12th grade.  I have taught this particular art project to multiple elementary classes in a variety of schools.  It was always one of the favorite projects of my students and one that boosted their confidence.
Homework Offered
The dragons will be started in class but not completely finished, so students can add more details and take their time to really perfect their drawings. Since they will then have the ability to draw any type of dragon, they can make an entire colored or black and white dragon guide book on their own time as desired. Students will also be encouraged to take a photo of their finished drawing posted on the classroom page after class, so the class can have a virtual art show.
Assessments Offered
There will be no formal assessment, but I will look at each dragon to give the students help as needed and to encourage them to continue their with their creative drawing skills.
Grades Offered
You will need to bring a pencil and eraser, a black pen or marker, and two white papers to class.  White plastic erasers work the best, but pink rubber eraser work too.  You can use just plain white copy paper too or paper from a sketchbook.  Any size is fine. If you use a wooden pencil, bring a pencil sharpener or extra pencils in case yours break.  If you have a mechanical pencils, make sure you have plenty of graphite/ lead in the pencil. 
Students will learn the origin of both Western and Eastern dragons as well as common mythology.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(621)
Hello, I’m Miss Jenny! I have a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts Education and a teaching license from the state of Indiana.

I’ve been an professional educator since 2008.  In addition to teaching art for grades k-12, I have been a substitute... 
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