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    Red face Dragon sculpture WIP

    Hi there sculptors
    The folks over at WIP told me to through some pictures this way so i thought i'ld take some new ones first
    I was wondering if i could get some crits and ideas for this here dragon
    I'm considering giving him a mane to give him a bit more of a unique feel.
    The idea of giving him a rider is also there.

    also has anyone had any expirence with rigging a mini flame thrower or

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    crits and ideas please (colour schemes included )

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    very Cool

    And it looks huuuuggeee!!

    will it fit in an oven?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongsplat View Post
    very Cool

    And it looks huuuuggeee!!

    will it fit in an oven?
    Cheers
    and hrmm i better retest that now i've changed the pose haha
    any crits or suggestions?

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    I feel adding a rider or armour could overpower the strength of the pose and clutter up the sculpt, plus it isnt exactly original. Like I said before, play with anatomy.

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    Looks like youre off to a good start. I'd look at making the wing membrane thinner & maybe change the shape of it & have it blending down into the tail a bit further. I'd also be inclined to pull the wings back a bit more & maybe just push the whole pose even further to give it even more dynamism. Other than that its certainly impressive. You got a big enough oven?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Cypher View Post
    Looks like youre off to a good start. I'd look at making the wing membrane thinner & maybe change the shape of it & have it blending down into the tail a bit further. I'd also be inclined to pull the wings back a bit more & maybe just push the whole pose even further to give it even more dynamism. Other than that its certainly impressive. You got a big enough oven?!
    Cool i'm workign on the wings atm,
    so by thinner make the webbing more curved?

    and whats teh verdict on new wing position everyone?

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    Wow, this looks crazy so far! Very lively pose, full of energy, though I agree--I'd leave off a rider, it would take away focus from the dragon. Probably wouldn't do a mane either, I don't think it would fit with the overall character, but perhaps more fins on the neck/back instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiangzu View Post
    Wow, this looks crazy so far! Very lively pose, full of energy, though I agree--I'd leave off a rider, it would take away focus from the dragon. Probably wouldn't do a mane either, I don't think it would fit with the overall character, but perhaps more fins on the neck/back instead.
    So like a spinosaur dorsal frill?

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    Cool! Awesome work man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmi_B View Post
    So like a spinosaur dorsal frill?
    Perhaps something like that, I think the fin on the chin looks good, just as long as you don't overdo it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiangzu View Post
    Perhaps something like that, I think the fin on the chin looks good, just as long as you don't overdo it.
    So not massively big? i was thinking just down the neck until the shoulders then go to plate scales down to the tail

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    awsome stuff their james. youve really captured a moment. my only suggestion so far is that his tongue may be to long. i dunno id probably go half the length.

    great sence anatomy tho! is there like dragon anatomy you use for refrence? his right deltoid is that going to blend with the wing?

    im going to have a closer look later on but so far thumbs up dude.

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