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May 13, 2006
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Rar and stuff by Lupinator Rar and stuff by Lupinator
[Updated With Scan]

This is my first dragon drawing. Even though it's actually not a full fledged dragon, it's nice to see I could draw one with reasonable competence... I'm still kind of a new artist so I've yet to draw so many things in the world of art... (on and off for three years now) and dragons are something I've always wanted to draw. I just need to find the time and proper conditions to really devote myself to drawing more.

And as for the image, I was drawn for a guy who's lookin' to get a tattoo of a dragon, I still have yet to draw other dragons in different styles (such as classic western and Chinese). He liked it so that makes me happy.
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HuffingtontheOnly Featured By Owner May 11, 2012  Student Digital Artist
amazing art.
*youre dragon looks up at his lord*
"what is your command, my dark liege?"
Zergspawn Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
this looks excellent given your admitted lack of expertise
you certainly fooled me
anyhow, 1/2 dragons are fuxing epic, and this one reminds me of what my ideal impersonaltion would be.
Huzzah DragonBorn Paladins!
Lupinator Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2010
Well, yanno, its so old now, haha. But, I think that anyone can just about draw anything with enough time and inspiration.

But, I'm very glad you like it! I really need to get back into drawing armored creatures again, haha, and especially of the dragon variety.
dfaman Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2009
epic sweet :meditate:
Kavarria Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
that's your *first* dragon?! i have no words, i really don't.
Lupinator Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2009
Well, yeah. I think I tried drawing one when I was like... 10 once. Honestly... this isn't really a true dragon, it has a human body, and dragons heads aren't that hard to draw to begin with.
Kavarria Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
still, that's pretty amazing. Of course, I can barely draw anything at all, so..yeah. nice work.
Lupinator Featured By Owner May 1, 2009
Well, obviously it takes some study and practice, but as you progress as an artist in general, other subjects become more and more approachable and you are more capable towards them since you already have a grip on the fundamentals and basics of art.

Like I said, I already had drawn human anatomy before (which is still rather bad in this image), so all I really had to concentrate on is drawing a dragon head.

So, just keep drawing what you are doing, experiment, and you'll get there.

Sorry for the generic art advice/rambling... :c
Kavarria Featured By Owner May 1, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
:) its ok. Im planning on taking at least one drawing class while I'm in college, so hopefully I will be able to improve my skills.
Lupinator Featured By Owner May 1, 2009
Well, like my basketball coach always said, you get good in your off season. When it comes to art, it's the time you work on it by yourself that will really improve you.
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