Ghidorah Drawing Is Complete In 9 Easy Steps

Creating a strong Ghidorah drawing in just 9 easy steps

You will learn how to draw a Ghidorah with our super easy-to-follow step-by-step Ghidorah drawing tutorial. You will use our instructions and our illustration to create a complete Ghidorah. We give the tutorial details in eight-step. You will go to step by step from easy to finish your task as soon as possible. This tutorial only takes about 25 to 30 minutes and has the illustration in the lesson you can easily print or download. You will make Ghidorah or King Ghidorah which is a golden dragon monster with two legs, three heads on long necks, giant bat-like wings, and a tail. It’s an unreal creature, King Ghidorah’s multiple heads were primarily inspired by Yamata no Orochi, an eight-headed dragon from Japanese mythology that had been featured in the 1959 Toho film The Three Treasures. In this article you will do Ghidorah drawing with our tutorial, your work is not perfect but you will have a good time and have a lot of fun participating in this activity. Along with the tutorial, we have also included a couple of free Ghidorah coloring pages that you can print off and give to your kids to color!

How To Draw A Ghidorah – Let’s Get Started!

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It would help if you prepared something like a piece of paper, a pencil, a black marker, an eraser, and some colors such as dark green, brown, red, yellow, or orange-brow before drawing. Whether a beginner or an expert in drawing, you can finish this work easily and quickly. It doesn’t take up much of your time; you can choose leisure time after a hard-working day. Recreational activities are very beneficial for the mind, when you feel comfortable mentally, you will definitely work better. Drawing and coloring activities are good for everyone, from children to adults. They can help you to reduce stress and worries, and help your kids to avoid using technical devices as television, smartphone, and tablets, they are not good for their eyes and their evolution. Now, let’s get started to draw a Ghidorah with us, and you can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below!

Step 1 – Draw The First Head For Ghidorah


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You can start by drawing a guide shape and guide for the frame for Ghidorah. You will use the lines for the first head. You must draw all details for Ghidorah’s head, such as eyes, nose, mouth, and ears. It’s a bit complicated here, and you can look at our drawing and follow along. You can finish your task here and come to the second step.

Step 2 – Draw The Second Head For Ghidorah

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Similar to the task in step 1, you draw a head for Ghidorah to the left of the head in step 1. You must draw the snout and upper row of teeth. Create cheeks and add small details. Once you finish the task for the second head, you can continue to draw the third head for Ghidorah.

Step 3 – Draw The Third Head For Ghidorah

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You draw the third head for Ghidorah in this step, you add a Ghidorah head; you have completed 3 Ghidorah heads with all detail for three faces. This task is not simple, and you must concentrate your mind, passion, and time here to finish. You can move to the four-step to continue your drawing.

Step 4 – Draw Ghidorah’s Body


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Now we will move on to the body. Start by drawing the neck for all three heads and then draw part of the chest. You will use two parallel for each neck to draw. Similarly, you complete the remaining two necks of Ghidorah, then you extend those parallel lines down the body and stop. You can continue your drawing at step 5.

Step 5 – Finish Body And Draw Ghidorah’s Legs

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You will use the curved lines for Ghidorah’s body. You continue to draw the legs and feet. Add the claw toes and then sketch some texture details for the leg. With the first leg, you use straight lines with folds to represent Ghidorah’s legs and thighs. You finish this task with a foot and two toes for Ghidorah. Now, you can continue to draw a Ghidorah in the sixth step.

Step 6 – Draw The Second Ghidorah’s Legs

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Similar to the first leg, you also use the folded lines to draw the second leg for Ghidorah. You can finish your task here and move to step 7. Too superficialisn’t it what you need to do is draw the 2nd leg incomplete, you will continue your work in the next step.

Step 7 – Finish Off Ghidorah’s Body


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In this seventh step of your Ghidorah drawing, you use curves to connect your torso and shoulders to create a Ghidorah without wings. Because you will draw Ghidorah’s wings in the eighth step, Ghidorah here has a strong muscular body, you can draw this character as our illustration. That is not too difficult and you can move to step 8 and draw a pair of wings.

Step 8 – Ghidorah’s Wings And Tail


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You finish your drawing mission with the Ghidorah’s wings and tail. Ghidorah has a wide and big pair, using curved lines and straight lines to show it. Inside the wing, you will draw the bones for the wing. These bones connect from the long body to the outside of the wing. You will add a tail for Ghidorah. You will use two parallel curves to draw Ghidora’s tail, the tip of the tail will be large, and the end of the tail will be smaller at the end of the tail, which will spread out with dragons. You will draw the tail looping behind the wings on Ghidora’s head. You finish your mission here and have the last step for coloring.

Step 9 – Color Ghidorah

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Finally, here is the most exciting part-filling in the colors for your awesome drawing! This is the part where you can show off your artistic skills and your ability to mix and match various colors.Now you can have fun coloring King Ghidorah. Ghidorah is yellow, you can choose yellow as the main color for Ghidorah. Now, you finish your drawing and coloring task. You can move to Ghidorah coloring pages to enjoy many images related to Ghidorah. We update coloring pages, drawings, and blogs for free daily. You can come to our site anytime and anywhere with your devices connected to the internet.