How to Draw a Gryphon cute and easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Cartoon Drawing tutorials for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel : HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Before we go any deeper and get into the details, you’ll want to create a standard background for your cute gryphon. Start by drawing a circle for the head and diagonal lines that will balance out the details on the face. Once you’ve flown with it, work on the egg-like shape for the body. This will make the eye visualize the basic shapes of the complex drawing. By removing the difficulty of the drawing, you will have a chance to get an interesting gryphon photo. If satisfied, add three lines for the frame of the limbs.
Next, before we work on the body, you’ll want to frame the face. “Why,” you might ask yourself. Most artists have a problem when they tend to draw the eyes first, not the head. By drawing the frame of the face, you will know exactly how to build the proportions of the details inside. For the ears, start with the basic loop and work your way up to the rest. The softer the Gryph looks, the cuter it is, hence the adorable!
Ha! You’ve come this far *hiding a laser gun behind your back*. You’ll want to (eventually) work on the details for the interior. You can customize your own eye or beak style. What if you add a long pointed beak? What if the beak is really small, thus less prominent on the face. Now record the standard face, this way you will be trained to add your own details. Don’t forget to draw the body of your gryphon, noting that the body should be a bit chubby but at the same time slim. Complete this step by adding the inner details for the ear.
Now, this is the hard part, mainly because of all the work that has to be done. Draw the wings first, this way you will know exactly where to place the ruffled hair on the forehead. Add pupils to the eyes, keeping the distance within the eye frame you drew earlier. Working both hands and feet. In order for the viewer to know that the gryphon is flying, the fingers and toes must have a ‘curved’ appearance to them. It needs to appear as if they are ‘driving’ in the direction they are flying in. Finish the mine and you are done with this step!
Finally, finishing off the excess details will bring life and interest to the drawing. Add a cute nifty tail to complete your gryphon!
Ah, you’ve finally endured the toil of the desert, dragons and hell monsters to witness your day of victory! Here, show the drawing you have completed. Delete the guidelines indicated in gray. Complete your painting by inking the lines at regular intervals with a Micron pen (best pen for writing IMO). I hope you enjoyed this lesson, peeps! Enjoy my next time for another fun tut!