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April 9th, 2009 #1
Latest original work
Unlike my sketch book, I will definately post only original stuff in this thread, since it is my original work I will be more protective of. Plus, not sure if fanart would be frowned upon in this section or not anyway....
Only a couple of works for now.
Cell-shaded new version of my online persona, Sl'askia, whom had gone through some changes since the last time I depicted her.
Profile sheet of my rendition of a fire dragon.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberApril 20th, 2009 #2
like the cell shaded version, nice clean and simple.
April 21st, 2009 #3
I dig em...Real happy with a slick style.
May 7th, 2009 #4
Couple more things to add here.
Another Lipor character, Jr'adri. Unlike Sl'askia, he is an almost completely very dark phase Lipor with pure leopard spots (Sl'askia's is a mix of both tiger and leopard).
Next and last is a doodle that I kept refining until I was pretty happy with and is the first time I sketched something that was essentually liquid. I introduce...the quicksilver wyrm.
Not sure how deep into it's ecology I am going to go...but my basic thoughts on this creature is that it spends most of it's time as a puddle of liquidifed silver-like medal, waiting for prey wander too close. Small ones nab birds, lizards and other small prey, while the larger ones can seize humans and even small dragons. When they get to be too big, they split into a few smaller wyrms and most wander off to find their own hunting grounds.
May 9th, 2009 #5
my comment on you're works posted here are why are they all the same?
I mean they are all in the same profile views?
Now, that may seem to be just a stupid observation I know that you can also draw these characters in a different position.
Any ways keep on posting!!
May 9th, 2009 #6
Concept pieces I tend to use profile view/similar pose, considering that particular view gives the 'most' information on the subject for the viewer. If there is something else going on besides me wanting to 'show off' the subject, then I do use various poses/views.