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Hey there. As you can probably see, I'm not the best artist. I need some serious work.
So, The kind of feedback I'm looking for is any, all, and everything. I really want critiques, and constructive criticism. Don't be gentle. I can take it. And I definitely need it.
Okay, so this one first. I've definitely done a lot of improvement on my anatomy after this piece, so the blank models look fairly ridiculous to me now.
This one is a creature, themed around a wolf, and winter. Just a quick sketch on this one.
A more serious attempt, with a dwarf as the subject this time.
My latest attempt at dwarfery. Think I should have done this at a higher resolution, so I could get the details a lot finer.
An old pencil sketch of a dragon.
Great start here of your sketchbook here! those dwarfs are pretty cool. To learn to draw dragons I think studying lizards would be a good idea, mabey wings of different animals. Bat wings for example.
Please, excuse me for the possible errors in my English.
Hmmm. I'm not an expert on dragons and honestly your work looks great, so don't beat yourself up too much over it
That being said, for dragons, I think the best thing you could do is just look up anatomy for similar creatures (alligators, snakes, lizards) etc.
Other than that, it looks like you need to work on exactly what I do: figure drawings. Your anatomy looks correct, but I feel like your dwarf drawings (which, again, I still think are very good) look kind of flat. Doing block and perspective drawings with the human figure should help to build an understanding of the figure you're drawing in 3-D space, so that they look that much more believable.
Keep it up!
Doodle, doodle, doodle.
Did a few creature concept sketches. Will be coloring the rest in....tomorrow probably. It's 5 am where I'm at. I always get the urge to doodle late.