How to Draw Greek Mythical Beasts

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Drawing Greek mythical beasts is a great way to have a little fun while you're drawing. Draw Greek mythical beasts with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey, what's up? Chris here. And today we're going to be learn how to draw a Greek mythical beasts. And my beast of choice today will be Medusa. So the first thing we're going to do is, we're going to start with the snakes on her head. So we're going to start, we're going to draw these different snakes coming out, and here's the snakes head, another snake, cause Medusa has a whole bunch of snakes and stuff on her head, that's why you can't look at her, or else you'll turn to stone. Okay, so now we're going to draw the brow, here's an eye, it's another eye, here's the face, here's the nose, and here's the teeth, there's some lines up there, that's an eye, here's the shoulders, here's the arms, another arm, lines right there to show that the arm's bending, there's the hands, crazy, creepy fingers, here is where her outfit tears off at the shoulder, so I draw a line, and obviously the bottom of this creature is a snake, so what we'll do is, we'll draw some rectangular pieces here, as they come up they get smaller, line down the middle, that's a rattle, here comes the tail, and we'll bring this line down here, then we'll draw lines going across to show the underbelly of the snake, we'll do the same thing over here to show, these lines here emphasize she's shaking the rattle, she has bracelets on, and here are those scales to show the body. One last thing, a little pink around the eyes, and there you have it. I'm Chris, and this is how you draw a Greek mythical beast.

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