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Start of sketchbook in next post.
I say it's a nice start. I happen to love dragons and I like how you draw them- but there's no harm in building up your knowledge of real lizards to help strengthen your understanding of dragons (You might get inspired to create all sorts of new types of dragons too.)
Also, I have to say I really like how much attention you're paying to your anatomy studies here, they look like polished off peices of work in their own right.
So, so, I hope you keep on posting- keep up the good work, mate.
wow, your dragons are sooo alive, I really like them. And I'm ipressed by your anatomy studies: they are great!
oo...you bring my dragons to shame! they r so good yours, how long did each of them take ?
Reminds me to start drawing more dragons or any lizard like creature. I am not a big fan of dragons now that they are over-used in the fantasy genre.
Very nice texture work on your dragons. Good form and rhythm too.
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Providenc, I'm a slow worker so probably a lot longer than they should. Maybe about an hour on average for the sketchier ones and about three hours for the more finished ones.
Vay, I hear you about the saturation of dragons in fantasy. Guess I've just been working on my own type for so long I cant let it go or see it as part of the rest of the genre. Heh, love is blind and all that.
your anatomy studies is simply gorgeous! I wish I have your patience and diligence!
Thanks Kat. Though, I actually admire your ability to produce technically believable anatomy studies quickly and in just a few lines. To me, thats a much greater skill.
A few more anatomy sketches then hopefully on to some other work later on. First three are observations from source books. Last three are from imagination.
Again, all C&C welcome and thanks for looking/commenting.
Got some spare time today so I thought I'd add in a few more sketches.
Some random bits and pieces from imagination using graphite and a couple of observational sketches from source books using marker pens and drawing pens.
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