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this is the first ever animatable character i made, for paladin episode 5. took about 2 months to make and rig, again, in my early days.

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While not great, I'm still glad you submitted this. It's always nice to take a look back at your personal history. I guess there could be more of a background. The Paladin series seem so far ago now. Then again, so does the LARRY series! You don't mention it's a skeleton.

I guess it's still a dragon, just one without skin, flesh, or organs. I especially like the claws. I was just looking at cat skeletons. It's interesting to know how they retract. Granted, I don't think that applies to dragons.



Oh, nice thing. Looks like he has a wishbone like a bird? That's very logical for a flying creature. A skeleton of a thing that has both forelegs and wings can be a tricky structure, might need a second pair of shoulder-blades. I'll probably look for some dragon geeks' anatomy tutorials. Speaking of tutorials, I've seen many of yours, and they really help. Though, I must say, your cartoon-style works with lineart are better than the painted ones: the sharp backlights you tend to make look rather unnatural on otherwise smooth surfaces, I think they'd better be made with a softer brush. Never thought I'd actually tell you this, but I ended up on this site and find it great.



Awesome
BUT
I
Would like you
To
Make me
A Tutorial
On 3D modelling, but particulary on rigging.
Please please please

please

please please please



HEEEEYYYYY.......

HEY THAT IS THE DRACOLICH IN PALADIN SERIES AND GAME RIGHT?



brendon212

I think you meant dracolich. Well the dragon is more of 2-d it would be better if you gave it a name like... skull dragon or Skeledragon.


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