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dark souls 3 dragon form


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Some of you must have known this was coming. Overall I think the DS3 dragon form is probably a teeny step up above the one in DS2, allow me to make a comparison for you for all 3 of them!
Usability: DS1 > DS3 > DS2
Looks: DS1 > DS2 > DS3 (Though lore wise the design makes sort of sense, as everything is dying so the dragon form sort of represents that as well, looking all malnourished and all)
Horns: DS3 > DS2 > DS1
Tail physics: DS2 > DS3 = DS1
dragon jazz hands: DS3 > DS2 = DS1

And from these scientific results we can conclude that DS2 is slightly worse than DS3 form and that DS1 is still da bes'


i wont lie to you; you draw impressive/fearsome/charming dragons.

ofcourse, this dragon is torched/damaged/malnourished, and it's meant to represent the general decay that reigns in the D.S universe....
but still, i would love to see a ''strong'', well-formed, solid dragon drawn by you.(or even a dragoness)
it would be awesome!

(also, would you consider drawing a DS1 dragon? it would be great as well!)

now, once again, this is a great drawing, and i like the dragon's glowing eyes, its muscular/famished anatomy+its interesting pose, its glowing/flamy hands+body, and the excellent shading/lighting effects, along with the realistic texture and the vivid colours.

its truly an awesome drawing!

you are very good, keep up the good work!!!

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themefinland responds:

Thanks mate! I do in fact probably have what you are looking for in my deviantart gallery:
I haven't uploaded everything here on newgrounds so you may find some new things there! You know, now that you mention it, I think I may just draw the dark souls 1 dragon form once again sometime soon!

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4.38 / 5.00

Jun 19, 2016
11:31 AM EDT
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3500 x 2166 px
5.1 MB

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