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Guarding The Nest ( Another old one)

Guarding The Nest ( Another old one)

Guarding The Nest ( Another old one) by Kuroko
Guarding The Nest ( Another old one) by Kuroko


Wow! again! I found a really really old sketch! I hit a jackpot too! LOTS of old piccies ^_^ About a small handful I plan to scan and show it to you guys, though keep in mind it's old ^_^:<br />
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This wa one of my first drawings I sketched on my firt Art sketchbook! ^_^ I know a few things are off, but I stull like it ^_^ so much memories! I think I did this around...thankgsgiving in 2001. O.O old.<br />
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Uhm..anyways...enjoy! ^-^

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Category Fantasy » Dragons » Dragon Heads/Faces
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Kuroko on June 20, 2004, 6:26:49 AM

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KurokoSure I'll give you some pointers. I'll see if I can draw a dragon tutorial for you, but in the mean time, bare with me for my bad pointers ^-^: I kinda suck without any visual assistance but oh well, here we go!.<br />
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Well dragons are not generally hard, the only thing you have to worry about is how their structure is and generally how's they're put together. I start off with rough sketched shapes indicating various body parts. Oval for the head, a curved tea shaped spout for the neck. 9 Well I generally dragon dragons with long necks, you can draw them with shorter necks if you want) Then draw another shape, ( I usually go with a series or organic ovals to match with the body part I’m doing..if that made sense) Anyways, one for the chest, and make sure you make joints for the shoulders and arms and ec. Basically keep in mind that you have to be aware on the body.<br />
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Now in general there is no right or wrong way on drawing a dragon because it’s appearances are endless with your imagination! XD It can look ANY way you want, which is why I like drawing them so much ^_^. Also when drawing , well in general, start of softly in smooth sketch strokes, otherwise you’ll have a hard time erasing when you make an error….uhm that’s all I can think of right now. Oh yeah! Every detail counts! Take nothing for granted. However, there is time you can camouflage and blend some areas to look the same as your detailed ones. That is with shading. I have to say the most important areas of a dragon is it’s head, I go by, the head makes all the difference. ^_^<br />
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Sadly that's all I have to offer, I'll try to give you more when I draw you a tutorial! Bye, hope that helped a little.<br />

DreamOfFire on June 16, 2004, 3:42:04 PM

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snapesnogger on June 16, 2004, 12:31:57 PM

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snapesnoggerWOOT! very coolies!