Bahamut with sword for a dick

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Bahamut with sword for a dick

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3.98 / 5.00

Date
07/22/2010
Category
Illustration
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1024 x 768 px
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203.8 kb
Tags
bahamut
dick
dragon
sword

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Author Comments

This fine piece all started as a inside joke in the Wi/Ht? Forum. My counterpart Bahamut mentioned that if unicorns can have dicks for horns, aka the infamous Penicorn, why couldn't dragons have swords for dicks. And there you have it.

It's not great by any means, but hey it's a dragon with a sword for a dick. What more can you ask for? :)

Reviews


BossBoss

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I praise this dragon

it are rocksome
i like
his balls



CoopCoop

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Put out your eyes!

Dear god, what has reduced you to such depravity?!

On a purely artistic point of view, try making the wings more of a focus - make the webbing bigger and the curves less deep, when they cut in between the "fingers" of the wings.

I see that you've gone with a human style stance for Bahamut - the way that it looks is that you've based it in a broad shouldered style and have laid the draconian colouring over the top. With this in mind, I'd suggest that you use more images in the research period to get a more reptilian look to the piece. I know that as a fantasy creature, you are allowed more poetic licence that normal, but this just needs a little more to get it all brought together and give us what we're after.

I thought the sky was too blue - Bahamut doesn't do stealth, so make that a lighter blue and perhaps add some more features to the background, such as a little vegetation, or some people running in fear from the sword-phallus of Bahamut.

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reverend responds:

All good points Coop, as always. I wasn't sure on the depth of the wings so I made them deep though I didn't want to make them too shallow like a bat's wing. And yes, I really need to adjust his upper chest; he need more musculature there to power his wings, etc.

For the background, I wasn't sure what to do with it so I made it generic as possible so I can fix it later. I had the Red Knight standing in a corner in fear at one point, but it didn't look right. People running in terror sound better. Thanks!


ThePigeonMasterThePigeonMaster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This made my day

You have no idea how much I laughed after seeing this. Now we know the TRUE reason of why we do respect Bahamut a lot.

Loved the drawing style and the use of colors. Nice background, too.

Great Job!


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