New@Eikon

Mastering Dragons with Two Erik Rieth Books

Ricardo Giuliani
|
Published Jul 23, 2021
Updated Jul 27, 2021
Shop Now >

DRAGON BASICS: 4th EDITION by Erik Rieth

A terrific reference book, Dragon Basics by Erik Rieth contains 57 pages of illustrations that show you the basics of drawing dragons.

From head and body anatomy to claws, spine, scales and belly plates, Erik shows you his approach to tackling these mythical creatures. These instructions are also applicable for snake bodies and eagle talons. If you’re looking to learn how to draw dragons, this is a great place to start.

All images featured in this book are under copyright and cannot be reproduced (other than tattooing) or sold as your own.


50 DRAGON BACKPIECES by Erik Rieth

Just like the title suggests, 50 Dragon Backpieces by Erik Rieth contains 50 pages filled with Dragons drawn as backpiece templates but that are also perfectly suitable for other body parts like full sleeves, legs, torso and more. The designs are a great reference for all tattooers and superb starting points for any backpiece.

All images featured in this book are under copyright and can not be reproduced (other than tattooing) or sold as your own.

About Illustrated Monthly

Illustrated Monthly offers High Resolution Royalty Free Images for use in Art Projects, Drawing, Painting, tattoos and more. They produce high-resolution, royalty-free art ebooks and publish a number of high quality print tattoo books and reference art.

If you’re looking to learn or improve your dragon work, Erik shows you his approach to tackling these mythical creatures in Dragon Basics. You can see his work in action with To see 50 and takes up a notch with 50 backpieces

DRAGON BASICS: 4th EDITION by Erik Rieth

A terrific reference book, Dragon Basics by Erik Rieth contains 57 pages of illustrations that show you the basics of drawing dragons.

From head and body anatomy to claws, spine, scales and belly plates, Erik shows you his approach to tackling these mythical creatures. These instructions are also applicable for snake bodies and eagle talons. If you’re looking to learn how to draw dragons, this is a great place to start.

All images featured in this book are under copyright and cannot be reproduced (other than tattooing) or sold as your own.


50 DRAGON BACKPIECES by Erik Rieth

Just like the title suggests, 50 Dragon Backpieces by Erik Rieth contains 50 pages filled with Dragons drawn as backpiece templates but that are also perfectly suitable for other body parts like full sleeves, legs, torso and more. The designs are a great reference for all tattooers and superb starting points for any backpiece.

All images featured in this book are under copyright and can not be reproduced (other than tattooing) or sold as your own.

About Illustrated Monthly

Illustrated Monthly offers High Resolution Royalty Free Images for use in Art Projects, Drawing, Painting, tattoos and more. They produce high-resolution, royalty-free art ebooks and publish a number of high quality print tattoo books and reference art.

Search

By Name or Tag

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.