One of my best sellers, learn how to create two different types of embellished, tangle dragons: a dragon head and a knotted serpent body. Fun for all ages!

Intermediate 43-minute long video, including a 35-page ebook with 125 pictures, and bonus PDFs

Includes video captions!

Your Instructor: Eni Oken

I'm Eni Oken, artist since the age of 8, art instructor and teacher for over 30 years, author of hundreds of articles, tutorials, video lessons and ebooks online and books in print on various different subjects such as fantasy design, jewelry making and in recent years, Zentangle method. My true passion is exploring methods and tools on how a person can create something remarkable in art, and teaching it to others so they can grow artistically.

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Topics covered:

• The basic construction of the dragon head

Learn solid guidelines on how to build the dragon head, which can be drawn alone or with a serpent body. This is the basis of all dragon designs.

• Embellish your dragons!

Learn what types of embellishments and details you can add to the dragon head and body, to keep the dragon character, but at the same time make it rich and intricate.

• What are the important characteristics of a dragon?

Learn the things that make a dragon look like one, and what to avoid. By understanding the basic components well, you learn how to embellish your dragon as much as you like, with your favorite tangles.

• Learn how to create a tangled knotted serpent body

This lesson is divided into two parts. On the second part you'll learn how to create a knotted body which can be filled with tangles and more embellishments.

• No two dragons will ever be alike!

Every lesson is packed with tips that can help you with ALL of your projects and make you a better artist.


Fun for all ages

Not only kids are fascinated by these mythical creatures. Aside from enjoying some fun with a younger person who is important in your life, this lesson shows you the fundamental importance of understanding the characteristics of a creature before adding embellishments. Once the structure is solidly learned, the possibilities are endless.

What people said about this lesson...

"I have to admit I wasn't thrilled to do this lesson as I've never had a love for dragons, but I absolutely enjoyed doing this one. It was a lot of fun! thanks Eni!"

Lynn Noyes, via Facebook

"Wow! I loved that lesson so much more than I expected to! (I was afraid the dragons would be too representational for my perfectionist self, but they weren't at all.) I can't wait to play!"

Jenna Black, via Facebook

"My first attempt drawing a dragon while following Eni's instruction on her fab video! Thanks Eni - this was fun and many more dragons will follow from my desk!!!"

Ann Barbro Dahl, via Facebook

"I loved the lesson. I would have been the hero of all the kids I taught over the years if I had learned it earlier. My little nephews get to enjoy the fruits now. Great lesson. Tickles my inner child!"

Debra Huff, via Facebook