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  1. Dragon Redux

    Hi Everyone, It has been a long time since I have posted any art. I have been busier than ever, drawing and trying stuff out. I found this copy of a dragon online, it may be Burchett can't remember and can't find the link. Anyhow, I used the shape of the dragon to create my own borrowing from the little Japanese that I have done. I may add to the linework to make it more... 'craggy?' Not sure what the best descriptor is for what I am after. Let me know what you think. Thanks and nice to see everyone! VF
  2. Just cause I think a few of you might like something like this, I wanted to show a step by step process of a large painting I've decided to do...please note, I'm not looking for crits on this... First I started with a 24" x 36 coldpress watercolor board. It's much smoother than coldpress paper, btw. I lightly sketched the design in with pencil, then began to make the clean lines with a micron. If you look closely, you'll see the pencil lines... After I completed the linework, I began on the head. I use FW liquid acrylics cause they work like watercolor, but are waterproff so I can layer colors without creating a mess. All in all I spent about 3 hours with this section alone, and still not even close... For a painting like this, I begin putting in my "flats" which is the base red color. Then I work in the darker values...I haven't added black yet, fyi More to come....
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