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    Bnoch: Great stuff, both design and atmosphere wise. There are some serious anatomy issues on both your dragon and the rider variations though mostly on arms and legs.
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    wow wow wow !!
    These are so brilliant ideas, guys @_@"
    As usual !
    I'll post some sketches in the afternoon : No way I miss this thread !
    See ya !

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    Sketching etc.
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    Sketchbook
    >>click here<<

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    even though i should be studying, i couldn’t resist doodling this DIRTYDIRTY concept. i wont/shouldnt finish it before the deadline though

    This dragon rider utilizes the breath of the dragon to shoot toxic lazorbeams with his gun.

    great work so far ppl.
    to Derekdedgell and bnoch: just...

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    @theUnknownSketcher, really like the comp and dragon, the piece has a very nice feel to it. Not sure if the rider would be in that position though.

    An update! Just can't fucking figure out how something can have both arms and wings.....NEED REFS!
    Edit: would be really nice if somebody can elaborate a bit on this. I'm just thinking that maybe the dragon can have a really long scapula with two sockets in it. Or maybe there's a pair of smaller scapuli further in front and closer to the spine for the wings.
    Edit2h wait, didn't see Havoc's post. Now that is a great diagram, think I'll just adopt that design.
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    In the spirit of paying it forward, voila:

    http://chiseledrocks.com/main/galler...natomy_muscles

    It's on the first page of google though when you search for dragon anatomy
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    Thanks very much PixelTuner, yeah, that's really useful. And just googling dragon anatomy actually yields some pretty incredible results. Well, now that's a good lesson on how to use the internet xD

    So here are some of the better ones I've found, not all of them are really very plausible, but in all fairness, I'm not sure how much better I can do. At least it always helps a lot to see what possibilities other people have come up with.

    http://cg*******hub.com/forum/attach...7&d=1311351243
    ahmmmm, remove the *
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-kPUn1b4yp6...n_Skeleton.jpg
    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_Eae-UJCyuw...y-dragon-6.jpg
    http://www.elfwood.com/~jev/European...s.2849475.html
    http://www1.artflakes.com/artwork/pr...jpg?1315597251
    http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs29/i/20...ragonrider.jpg
    http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs36/i/20...uyCondemed.png
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    Landylachs, I like all of the pretty tails on the dragon. I would say it's fine but the brief says 3/4 must be visible, this is just a profile. It's a shame, I quite like it, but we wouldn't want you to finish it and then not be eligible!

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    Nice topic and nice paintings boys and girls!
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    my initial idea:

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    So here's a sketch. A Dragon Rider during WW2. Having some trouble with the head.

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    First Shedding

    Some free time coming. Setting things up for a chance at finishing in time.

    Playfully dorning the first Shedded skin of her dragon.

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    This is Steven.
    He likes Yorissan. He doesn't like that Yorissan has put on a little weight recently.
    I erased his back leg, it was shit. I wanted it to be a horse-like dragon, I will try to render it tonight, although the outcome of how well that will go is in a state of flux. His wings would've obscured the saddle, maybe I will do a picture of Yorissan and Steven in flight.

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