|20 Apr 2000|| Lisa P|
Jessica I love this dragon! The scales show great attention to detail. You may want to try redrawing this one on a larger scale and adding color. Keep up the amazing work!
|22 Apr 2000|| Troy L. Megli|
Outstanding! I agree with Lisa completely, redo this & add some color! This ones a keeper for sure!
|27 Jul 2000|| Jack Lurhstaap Romero|
Ahh, your dragons are a marvel of design. However, I have to say, you should study your nonhumanoid anatomy a bit better. Stylistically this is beautiful, I'm not complaining, but as a dragon myself I can't help but think of the reality, and that poor dragon's wings would hurt its back and shoulders through their placement, and they don't look strong enough to carry it far. It's something I push myself around about a lot, so... :
hrug:: But you can keep going your own way. You're doing sharding well without my nitpicky suggestions. ^_^
|1 Aug 2000|| Artist|
I know, the muscles are very much too small and the wings a bit high. But what can I say? I was drawing in pen, noticed the mistake after it was too late, and well, it wasn't erasable. So I went with it, and tried to continue with the design, make it at least visually pleasing. *laughs* well anyway...
|24 Aug 2000|| Julie R Kowalski|
He's like a sea dragon out of the sea...very original body...LOVE THIS>>>LOVE YOU!!!
|1 Dec 2000|| Pythorian (net master)|
lol i do evereything on ntebook paper, and with black ballpoint pens. i cant stand to use anything else. I like it. its pretty good especially the wings. maybe you shoud use paper made by five star. the lies arent nearly as dark.
|26 Feb 2002|| Brad3D <narcissuhs@aol...com>|
The random scale patterns on the wings are really nift. Great style. And who gives a (>pewp<
about dragon anatomy? They fly by magic, not by design, right? I think....
|9 Feb 2003|| Patrick R Derksen|
Wow, look at all that intricate detail! This one is very impressive!
|1 May 2006|| Jessica Erb|
Cool I guess Im bored and I dont know what imk doing