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HTTYD: Toothless

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Hello !! I just finnish my colored version of the lines I did for toothless from how to "How to Train your Dragon".

Lineart:

http://toshema.deviantart .com/art/HTTYD-Toothless-
sketch-195014738

Enjoy, ^_^ !!!

Drawn with an HB pencil than colored with prisma marker for the flat color and value. then enhanced highlights and shadows with 1 black prisma colored pencil and 1 white prisma colored pencil.

Toothless @ dreamworks

How to train your dragon @ dreamworks.

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Stunning usage of color and texture.

Your selection and application of color is amazing! The entire palette consists of smooth, cool tones and hues that look very appealing. The way in which you "fleshed out" the form of Toothless, the lizard, and just about everything else brings this artwork to a finely polished appearance, rendering it almost as if it's going to spring to life and fly right off the page.

Great placement of subjects as well, I'm compelled to begin viewing at Toothless' vibrant green eye and follow his entire shape along his tail, bringing the surroundings to life as I come across them. The variation in color throughout is bursting in excitement and gives the overall drawing a lively, yet subtle mood.

Excellent work! This is a true inspiration for me, thank you.

toshema responds:

wow, thank you soooo much !!!!! I appercate your review !!!

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Mar 23, 2011
11:28 AM EDT
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1097 x 1600 px
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