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December 6th, 2005, 10:21 PM
A picture with a christmassy theme I made in art class. I just recently made the species too. I do not have a name for them. Through life and aging they go from Dragon to Humanoid to Phoenix. Be aware this is a cropped photograph, therefor the piece itself does not fit in my scanner, oh yeah, my scanner's fixed.
December 7th, 2005, 11:57 AM
Wow thats very pretty chriz ^^ The colors look great and the shading is almost like primas o.o. hm, the new one looks pretty awesome but the name seems to be something short o_o :shrugs: Maybe Niaxa or something, a agless name or anchent in a way ^^. Very wintery theme though and the possistion of both of them looks very natural =D Great job, I really love the detail ^_^.
December 7th, 2005, 09:00 PM
Maybe, even though I was think of them more of a futuristic species. I was disappointed how the photo dulled my colors. These colors are supposed to be rich and beautifully blended. I guess some things are better on paper.
It's hung in my room too. ^^
December 8th, 2005, 06:30 AM
Awesome pic, Chriz! I agree with what FNA said. ^^ They remind me of characters I've seen in Zelda games a little! :D I really like the design, and as FNA said, the poses are very well-chosen and drawn. Great job! ;)
December 8th, 2005, 07:02 AM
Not bad. Not bad at all. I like the colouring. It has a certain flare. Another great work Chris. lolz
December 8th, 2005, 07:55 PM
^^ Yeah, hm maybe with a futuristic like look it would be something different :thinks: I'm not sure of the name but something to go with blue from it's fur or Charizard owners maybe =D? I'll check the names of colors at school tomorow ^^ theres at least twenty there lol.
Oh and more viberant? Does this help?
Just wondering ^^ I used FveiweR to lighten it and make it more of a natural marker tone, however it kinda duled the pencil o.o heh ^^;
It's great that your hanging it in your room, I bet it looks beautiful *.* :huggles:
December 8th, 2005, 09:37 PM
Wow, now it's very bright. Also, there are no pencil in this.
I used these colors of markers; blue, purple, yellow, gray, orange, red, green, brown, and black. I'm thinking of pulling my scanner from the bottom shelf of my computer table and scanning a section of it. Otherwise the paper wouldn't fit even in the shelf. I think the blending techniques would be more noticeable that way too.
I attached some things I did in photoshop trying to enhance it.