Tag Archives: comparative anatomy
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,531: Something Fishy.
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,475: Ratbat.
Looking at it with a jaundiced eye, this reminds me of nothing quite so much as a flying mouse, and I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s the cute little feet and the massive overbite. Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,441: Window to the Soul.
I didn’t know what to do, so i started thinking I would draw an eye, then I looked at an alligator’s eye for reference, and I ended up drawing this:
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,408: Rondure.
So I did some more warmup tonight. I think it’s helping me focus, as well as underscore the fact that I don’t draw humans nearly enough. Maybe I’ll get better at it if I stop putting so much importance into … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,336: The Golden Afternoon. Or Something.
“I suppose in order to draw a dragon that looks like a flower I need to pick a flower to emulate… This is harder than I thought it would be.” Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,334: Catching Rays.
I drew the tail in the middle of the page first and thought of stingrays, particularly the massive Roughtail Stingray that they have/had (it’s been awhile, I don’t know if it’s still living) at the NY Aquarium. It’s an interesting … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,315: Neither Fish Nor Fowl.
I felt like this dragon looked a little too much like a bird, so I stuck some forelimbs on it. Now it reminds me of Compsognathus: