At 2/22/09 11:36 AM, Lundsfryd wrote:
Hehe.. Starving for a little attention eh ;)
Allright, allow me to comment a bit on your dragon:
First of, pretty cool picture, good expression, nice to see you put some work into the texture. The scales look good, especially on the neck, the seem to follow the shape of the body best there.
On the other side, your linework is a little sloppy, best seen on the front of neck were the lines overlap, and thats a shame. Also the smoke(?) looks a bit off, not the smoke from the notrils, but the larger smoke clouds. Its just not nesesarry and removes attention from the textures. If you did this in layers then I would suggest you try to move the smoke behind the dragon instead of infront of it. And pehaps try to make somekind of texture in it, you know, as if there is some wind in the room.
But still overall a good drawing :)
yes i am starving for attention rofl, i remember the art forum as being a lot more active.
i didnt notice the overlapping lines until you mentioned them, noted for next time, infact i think i should work on removing the lines all together to make it look more realistic plus the black outline clashes with the (hopefully) more realistic shading, and the smoke is infront and behind the dragon because i thought that it wouldn't only be behind but all around it, but it is kind of distracting, aswell as it just being textureless, i cant really fix that because i dont save many editable files because i barely ever touch them again, but i shall take your advice on the lines and smoke etc.
also heres a doodle in pencil with disproportionate width legs. an apocalyptic landscape and a guy with a sniper/shotgun/assault rifle hybrid thing, yeah.