DragonArt: How to draw fantastic dragons and fantasy creatures

DragonArt: How to draw fantastic dragons and fantasy creatures By Jessica quot;Neon Dragonquot; Peffer
Publisher: Impact 2005 | 128 Pages | ISBN: 1581806574 | File type: PDF | 31 mb

How to Draw a Dragon: quot;Cautiously approach the dragon, offer it a piece of candy or a little sister, and draw while it happily munches away.quot;
From the creator of the wildly popular website NeonDragonArt.com, DRAGONART shows you how to create awesome, delightful and frightening beasts, armed only with a pencil and ink pen. You¡¯ll begin your quest by conquering a super-easy dragon that even the most foolish of ogres could draw. You¡¯ll forge onward to discover simple secrets and spiffy tricks for making creatures friendly or fierce, sorrowful or cynical¡­ drawing them from all different perspectives, in flight or at rest (so vain, those dragons ¨C they love to strike a pose!). You¡¯ll also learn how to incorporate various details to make each beast original.
Because dragons enjoy having others around to terrorize, disembowel and occasionally hang out with, this book will also teach you how to create a whole cast of creatures, including mythical griffins, guardian gargoyles and deadly basilisks. All this within the curiously compelling, beautifully beastly and brightly colored pages that you will soon hold in your hands, which by now are no doubt trembling with keen anticipation. So quit dragon your feet! (Ugh, wyrms hate puns!) Kindly buy this dragon favorite and make your wildest, wickedest, fire-breathingest fantasies come true!




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