Mythological Creatures: How to Draw a Dragon
In this one-time class, students will learn to draw a dragon step-by-step while we talk about our favorite dragons in literature and movies. The class is ideal for kids who love stories and love to draw.
Elizabeth (BFA, MAE)
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In this one-time class, students will learn to draw a dragon step-by-step while we talk about our favorite dragons in literature and movies. The class is ideal for children who love stories and love to draw. This is a directed sketching and drawing class with a creative, story-telling spin. We will compare the dragons featured in Pokemon, How to Train Your Dragon, Dungeons and Dragons, Wings of Fire, etc. Students will imagine a fictional world for the dragon, including the terrain and...
After I earned Bachelors in Fine Art from Virginia Tech and a Masters in Art Education from Virginia Commonwealth University, I was a public school art teacher for three years. I love teaching drawing, painting, sculpture and Photoshop to learners of all ages. There's a special place in my heart for creative works and the artists that make them, especially fantasy stories and narrative artworks, comics and graphic novels.
Drawing pencils preferred (2B, 4B, 6B, Ebony) Large eraser (pink, white or fun shapes) and/or Art Gum Eraser (preferred) White printer paper or drawing paper Colored Pencils (Prismacolor 12-pack recommended), Markers, or Crayons
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Warning: This class may contain violence in the artworks and/or discussion. Dragons aren't always docile, friendly creatures, and we should occasionally expect them to start a fire! Dragons may be friendly, dream-walking magical beings, or they may be at war with the neighboring village. If your child doesn't like sometimes mean, scary, fire-breathing dragons or the weapons that may be used to fight them, this may not be the class for you.
Elizabeth (BFA, MAE)
Creative Fun with Music & Art
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
36 total reviews
87 completed classes
Hi! I'm new to Outschool, but I've been teaching for over 20 years. I love Outschool so far, and I'm excited to be able to share my passion for the arts online with kids across the world! I teach classes related to my all favorite things music...