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a little chibi dragon

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Just finally catching up on some of my photos for the group.  I have been learning to use a new camera and there are definitely some ups and downs.  we will see how they look as time goes on.

 

The dragon is one of the Impact Chibi series.  I took a more standard tone on his paint job, including some wing fades and a little more classic painting, mainly because I could not get the sharp color changes to work on him for some reason.  here he is, I hope you like him...

 

 

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One thing I can say about Chibi, you get a lot of practice on painting eyes.  I think it has also improved my work on smaller eyes too (we shall see, one of my next projects is a very small face and tiny eyes) 

 

I still need work on my blending though sometimes I think I will never have the patience to get the blend really smooth.

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