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Dragon

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Done for the Metropolis Disaster Collab a long time ago.

Reviews


This is a rad picture of a dragon breathing fire onto a city. Well done and the two different art styles make for a unique picture.



I like it.

Although I feel as if the dragon should be made in the same style as the buildings to give that real evil dragon feeling. Great Job.



Good blend of styles

I love how striking that cartoonish dragon looks against the realistic background. I thought it was a demon at first glance. The sharp red kind of did it, and the black endless void in the mouth. What happened to the neck? Other than that, this is amazing =]



Nice

Love how the 2 different styles go together different yet they somehow fit.


RadioactiveRabies responds:

thanks :)


Very cool scene, slight anatomical problem

I really like this picture. You have several dark and very realistically drawn skyscrapers being blown apart by a very bright dragon that looks fairly cartoonish. I'd love to see more drawn in a similar style.

Did you mean for the dragon's head to be floating independently of its body?The neck seems to be either nonexistant or it has melted into the shoulder just under the right wing (my right, not the its).


RadioactiveRabies responds:

nope, my anatomy has allways been crappy, not usually as bad as that neck, not sure how i could have not noticed that

thanks, ill see if i can blend some styles in the future :P

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Uploaded
Jun 18, 2009 | 5:43 AM EDT
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599 x 600 px
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