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4.33 / 5.00

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945 x 1289 px
958.3 kb
  • Frontpaged August 20, 2014

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Rated 5 / 5 stars 1 month ago

Inspiring... tough... I like it! Very excellent work on this, the demonic dragon, and that other fiery gem dragon that I can't remember the name of (:P)

buriedantenna responds:

Thanks a lot, that's very kind of you. That other dragon did have a name but now I've decided to rename it 'the fiery gem dragon.' ;)


Rated 3 / 5 stars 1 month ago

it doesent really tickle my fancies

buriedantenna responds:

No, well it's rough and scaly with horns and spikes... it would probably rip your fancies to shreds.


Rated 5 / 5 stars 1 month ago

You've earned yourself a new fan my friend. :3

buriedantenna responds:

I'm honoured :) I'll keep trying to post stuff that makes it worth your while.


Rated 5 / 5 stars 1 month ago

This painting is very elegant with the calmness of the forest combined with the different shades of green used here. The dark green triceratops portrayed here is very nicely complemented by the lighter shades of green used to color the plants and certain tree leaves. Every part of the triceratops is amazingly detailed, especially his muscle structure.

I don't know what inspired this painting, but it truly is incredible. It kind of reminds me of a jungle version of He-Man. Instead of He-Man you have some sort of jungle warrior upon the triceratops' back and instead of Battle Cat you have the armored triceratops. It's a very neat, impressive and creative painting.

It would be a cool idea to create a tyrannosaurus rex version of this painting. The tyrannosaurus rex could be colored red with molten lava and rocks in the background. Just a suggestion. :)

Hope to see more from you soon!

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buriedantenna responds:

That's a very extensive review, thank you for going into such detail :) Great suggestion too— if I do anymore dinosaur stuff it will be hard to resist taking on the T-rex. In the meantime I do have a dragon for you that is red and has rocks and lava in the background.


Rated 4 / 5 stars 1 month ago

Exquisite style. There's something too symmetric about the whole thing though. Could have been a much more effective composition, no matter dynamic or static.

buriedantenna responds:

Thanks for the comments. I understand your point there about the composition, part of that is due to this being an illustration for a card game. There are large sections of dead space left around dinosaur for graphics and stats, so the finished thing looks like a much tighter crop, but this does compromise it a little as a stand alone image.