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"Too Close For Comfort!" by Jennifer (Bidlingmeyer) Osterman

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After I finished my drawing of the dragon eye, I decided to begin a systematic study of a dragon's anatomy. Personally, I never want to be that close to a dragon's tooth...especially if you figure that the scale is about the same as that of the other drawing (i.e. a human hand is about the size of his pupil...compare a pupil to a fang...then run!) (Charcoal and conte and Lumograph pencil) Comments? Suggestions? Off the wall observations? (I have to admit...those are my favorites...)


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7 Dec 1999:-) Elizabeth A. Stoy
Whoah. Just... whoah. My halfhearted attempts at conte have never come up with anything near as nicely done as this, and as for charcoal... I'll definitely have to visit the eye. 2
3 Aug 200045 Lucas Mercer
*laughs* thats assuming all dragons are mean. Then again.... nah. I wouldn't worry. Most dragons don't like the taste of human flesh anyway 2 Nice though... looks just deadly enough.
11 Feb 200145 Diasis
An excelent picture, i like the detail of the fang. You can really see the veins 2 As you can probably tell i love Dragons 2
10 Sep 200145 Brandy
Great piece. If you're looking for other aspects of ddragon anatomy and the mechanics of dragon-flight, Peter Dickinson's "Flight of Dragons" is a wonderful read, and it's full of inspirational pieces (one of which an elfwood artist copied and tried to pass as her own. i put an end to that nonsense.) and paintings to get the juices going.
2 Jan 200245 CronoCat <CronoCat@hot...com>
This is a great start. I like this picture, although, (tell me if I'm stupid,) I'm not really sure were on\in a dragon's mouth this is. If you ever get around to it, try to get a bit more of the dragon in there, but nice anyway!
27 Jul 200245 Velcro
I haven't seena flaw in any of your dragon related pics yet...keep up the good work!!!
23 Jan 200345 MoodyLonghair
So thats the last thing my poor Dwarf saw
25 Jun 2003:-) Christina 'C.J.' DeCamp
Oooo, coolness. I think the only real improvement here could be to get rid of the white space. Fill it all in black, and maybe use a white charcoal pencil to really make them glint. Great picture though.
28 Apr 200445 LanFear
neat-o! 2 this is great. reminds me that I should work more on my dragon bodies and try to get them from different angles, not always from the side...but, it's so damn hard! anywhoo, this is great!
and, did anyone realize that Too Close For Comfort is the name of Darren Hayes' most recent world tour? just felt for metioning that. 10 *gives cookie*
12 May 201045 Lauraaa
I love your work 6 i think this peice of work is fantastic, and i love the fact that you havent cleaned it up around the edges, you can still se the fingerprints and stuff:] i know quite alot of artists do that! 22
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'Too Close For Comfort!':
 • Created by: :-) Jennifer (Bidlingmeyer) Osterman
 • Copyright: ©Jennifer (Bidlingmeyer) Osterman. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Charcoal, Dragon, Fangs, Teeth
 • Categories: Body Study, Dragons, Drakes, Wyverns, etc
 • Views: 1259
 • Resolution: 400x300

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