Add texture to seal the deal.
To complete your dragon, give it even more details, specifically textures. Add feathers, scales, horns, or whatever your heart desires to fully flesh out your basilisk. Use thin lines to make up all the finer details, including the horns and the eye pupils. Add nails and claws, and start shading in the appropriate areas. Again, use reference photos of a variety of animals to fill out this portion of the dragon. This will create a more accurate representation of how it would look in the wild, if it existed.
The small details you add to your dragon will set it apart from other artists’ renderings, so don’t be afraid to experiment. If you’re stuck during this phase, change the setting. Placing your dragon in a particular environment, like air or water, can help determine what features your dragon should have.
Fire up Adobe Fresco when you want to draw.
When inspiration hits, use Fresco to hit back, no matter where you are. Start pieces on mobile and finish them on your desktop with powerful drawing tools, designed with the modern artist in mind. Learn how to draw more animals, like a dog or a wolf. Or test out your skills with the basics of figure drawing.