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Thread: Futile Battle
August 4th, 2007 #1
Yeah yeah I know, another dragon. Should I scrap this one or keep working on it? I like the way the dragon is starting to look so I'm asking your professional opinion.
I do know that there is a problem with the knight's center of gravity and I'm thinking on ways to fix it. Other than that, I'm not sure how to connect the dragon's claw to his torso, and I don't know what's wrong with its jaw but doesn't look right.
I am going for an overwhelmed knight making his last swing at this monster before he's toasted or eaten...
Any critique or comments very welcome!
"Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter." -Oscar Wilde
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I suggest breaking your figures down into basic shapes to aid in proportion and to give a better sense of volume...then draw over that in another layer to refine the shapes as muscle/sinew/bone etc.