The anatomy is simply gorgeous! I'd love to be able to draw dragons, as they are one of my passions. But, sadly, I just don't have the knack :/ I'll have to settle for admiring your *beautiful* work :3
Yeah I really need to update that commission pricelist. Once I finish the last 12 of these, that will get a huge overhaul and actually list all of the types of commissions I do. These were on sale when I took them but I would probably charge $35 minimum for them if I took one now.
Ah the more common styles of the black and white line art with a simple background dragon again, LoL. The dragon to me looks traditional western in my mind and West European as like the English form maybe. I also do like you change from line art digital to a traditional pen a paper concept, change is good every once in a while. This feral one also looks happy and all cute as well in the pose you have given hims so very nicely drawn.
Thank you again for the compliments. This one was fun to draw, especially with the anatomy. The character had a slight muscular prowess but still with a soft and squishy feel so I tried to capture that too.
Ass for my lineart, the past 20 things I've submitted to my gallery have Traditional lineart, which I already told you. The only difference is that I've done these last two pieces with a ballpoint pen as the others have been done with a felt tip pen. If you could see, I've been submitting all of these into the traditional art category for a reason.
A lovely traditional dragon with a stylized traditional pose..I really like how you do the wings, it's something I'm still working on -even with coming to terms with the anatomy and using references...still difficult |D It reminds me of the Welsh dragon emblem
hehe. The similarities would be. They both have four legs and wings (but the wings are totally different). They have scales on the belly, the same number of toes on the front paws (but not in the same layout) and they have spikes on the cheeks. I wouldn't say they were similar dragons.