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    Here is my little work in progress, i am working on it over the stream if anyone is interested

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    Alvis Drake, Dragon Rider

    This week has just been too busy, we'll see if this goes further I need to add a few satchels of herbs that can control unruly dragons and figure out the details, Here's a quick rough of the dragon as well.

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    @m0uS3r
    Great feeling in the dragon. Its coming very good.
    @RXMT
    I like the head design. Perhaps you should extend the canavas. It feels a bit like the canavas limits the dragon.
    @jonafunart
    Overall feeling and composition. Keep on rendering it out. Perhaps have some small color spots.
    @ashess
    First thumb is my favorite. Last has an interesting perspective.
    @Abrazuno
    Nice character I like the similarities between the rider and the dragon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theUNKNOWNsketcher View Post
    naah its in his nature so ... --- the second one is kinda sad...and will stick with the first one
    well, i did like it better


    mouser / dragon is looking great! feel like the rider´s body might be a bit short.

    abrazuno/ good concept. dragon is a lil stiff still.

    rxmt/ nice inky- some perspective issues. creature´s head feels flat and I think the rider should fall behind the shoulders a bit.

    oh right, went right onto picking one so lil time!

    so what shall I wear? red or blue?

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    Looking good everybody!


    Changed the head, I think it looks a bit better now...

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    Hey guys. I'm still pretty new to character design, having only attempted it a few times. I figure this should be a good way to ease me into it, having both character and creature design in it. Here's my little guys. I like drawing kids being fuckin' rad more than badass adults, most of the time, so I went with a kid rider. I wanted to evoke something dog-like in the dragon, wherein you get a sense of that dogged loyalty to its master. Anyway, tell me what you think. Crits would be very much appreciated.

    EDIT: Added my second line pass.

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    Hi everyone, first participation on this forum !

    working on a first meet between the rider and the dragon.
    some kind of young snake dragon with wood horns and leaf scales.

    have to make the rider younger, i think.

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    also some cool dragon refs:

    ChoW#282 :: Dragon Rider
    by Andre Wallin

    ChoW#282 :: Dragon Rider
    by Chao Yuan Xu

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    well i started with the dragon, this is already the composition, but the rider wont be in that place, but i dont know yet, where to put it

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    getting there, slowly though...

    final composition:

    ChoW#282 :: Dragon Rider

    close-up on the rider:

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    C&C would be much appreciated.

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    JanJager SUPER NICE!!!

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    Yorissan and Steven before the king's death, I'm thinking they're 14-16 ish?
    I want the dragon to look at the bird, but I don't know how to do that with a pupil-less eye (any advice on that would be Super helpful), I also need to change the hand/claw that's going for the bird, it needs to be grasping forwards.
    NN all.

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    so many great concepts

    I'm not happy with composition and colors... i blame drawing in hurry due to lack of time, ehh

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