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DWTN: Dragon Perspective

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It's been way too long since I've submitted anything, or since I've finished anything, really. So here's the latest from my weekly webshow, Draw With The Ninjkabat, which now shows on Mondays at 9pm PST.

So, I spent the show talking about the skewed perspective and how that makes for an interesting picture. I also used a bit of forced perspective, but that was just so natural that I didn't even mention it during my show. I hope my use of perspective is interesting.

Whereas most pictures with me in them are based on real events in my life as a ninja, this one is not. While flying broomsticks are as real as magic carpets, I have not ever flown on one. Although, I have escaped from a dragon a couple times in my life...

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Is dat a Ninja or a wizarddd??????????????????????

Cant tell but amazing fire smoke lots of details too (hehehhehehe SPEED LINES)


Ninjkabat responds:

I've never ridden a broomstick, but I know ninja who have.


cool

animation is medium,but you viewed the action very realistic!



LOL this picture rocks!

amazing picture!



The whole thing...

Thanks for my new desktop background ;)
Really like everything in it ..then ninja and the dragon
Good job :D


Ninjkabat responds:

Thank you. Glad I can claim that I grace some desktops now.


Funny and well done

I like it this picture! Made me chuckle, it's a good image I'll save it to my faves. His expression is great.


Ninjkabat responds:

Thank you. I almost didn't get the expression right until one of my art students that I tutor pointed out that he didn't have any nerve-sweat. I really facepalmed that I'd forgotten that, especially since that student of mine is 11.

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