Tag Archives: head shapes
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,548: Out of Character, part 2.
So I tried sticking that head from yesterday onto an appropriate body. I was not thrilled with the result:
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,530: Purple.
I felt like this head was (unintentionally) reminiscent of the D&D red and blue dragons. The ink didn’t help matters much either.
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,516: Get the Good Side.
I started off wanting to do some sort of over-ambitious multihorned dragon, naturally in a three-quarter turn, because then I get to show off all the horns without worrying too much about symmetry. Fast forward past some careful shading and … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,494: Splashdown.
It started with a curve in the middle of a page that might have become a tail before I got ambitious: Partway through it, I wondered if it was dragony enough and debated slapping limbs on it. The vaguely … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,471: Medium.
If I’d had this to do over again and more patience to fill it with proper scales, I might have done it with the silhouette of a Lung (or Long, in service of the pun), and kept the … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,438: Clear Haze.
I didn’t know what to do, so I decided to draw Haze-of-Death and his gnarly self again, this time paying a little more attention to the details: I don’t feel that I rightly know how the large scales on … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,427: Another One (Of Those Nights)?
So I was having a hard time getting anything done because I really wanted to be in bed like I did a few nights ago. The fact that I was in a similar situation (except that this time all I … Continue reading