|17 Oct 2000|| Lyndell Stout|
...you know this is cool but I saw the colored version first and well.....it just pales in comparison. The other version is too strong for this one. Its still a very nice drawing in its own right.
|25 Jan 2001|| Jan Ursem|
Don't think he's thinking about "her", but rather watching something intently or hatching a scheme. I like fantastic creatures like this, an excellent drawing.
|16 Feb 2001|| James|
I agree, I have seen both and his emotion comes out much clearer in this version. Amazing artwork, especially the details like the scales on his face. It is a little harder to realize that he's on a peak above clouds and not a rock in snow on this one. Good job.
|7 May 2001|| Suzan Bongers|
You've got a point. All those colours were distracting me. I forgot to look at the picture itself.
|17 May 2001|| Don Belgurdo Diablo|
'Not an artist,' my ass! I'd gladly kill to have this sort of inking skill!
|6 Aug 2001|| Samantha L Paganelli (wyvern writer)|
There's always something about a brooding draggy that makes ya wanna go up to him and hug him... or, throw him a hanky and make sure he doesn't eat you. Lots of black. Black is good. Strange position to sit in on a rock like that, but what do I know O.o
|6 Nov 2001|| Beth the Dwarf Lover <seatrout00@yah...com>|
You are absolutly right... he does look pensive... great work man...
|7 Nov 2001|| Anonymous|
Reminds me of something called a draconian from the first 3 cronicles of dragon lance
|19 Nov 2001|| Sebastian Alexander Meusel|
*hms* Yessss.... I liiiike thisssss.... Greathhhh Moood... ;o))
|19 Jan 2003|| Fushichou <kattoshi@hot...com>|
This is -amazing.- The emotion is most definitely there. You can empathize with the Draconian's regret (?) or longing. Draconians are oftentimes portrayed and soulless, murdering monsters, but I think otherwise--and you've captures that perfectly. I would like to see more Draconians by you...