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Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,547: Out of Character.
Not to be outdone by last night’s piece, I tried for a different approach on the “head and neck” that I’ve been doing for the last few months, opting for “short and stout” instead of “long and sinuous.” It … 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 1,475: 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 1,426: Roughing Out The Edges.
So I was watching Summerslam with my friend G, and I decided I wanted to draw a dragon with a wrinkly neck/skin texture. Halfway through the 9-woman Divas match, that dragon started to become Gulthurugg, but I hadn’t set out … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,401: Schnoz.
I don’t really like that nose, though I was trying to do something a little different. Maybe it’s a bit too different (or round).
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,365: Flitting Thoughts.
While trying to make this into something more than a thick-necked head sketch, I had the random thought that despite its bizarre appearance, The Interloper is basically just some sort of twisted faerie dragon. I’m not sure how i feel … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,362: All (External) Ears.
“All my dragons with external ears seem to have the same ears…” With some exceptions. The round ear was inspired by a bear’s ear, which you would think would make sense, but maybe it’s too mammalian.. At the … Continue reading