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Bones V: Narthalyssk 1120 (medium size dragon)


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Looks great.  The lining:  maybe thin the paint a little more, or add some flow improver.  Use magnification.  At the end of the day, it really depends on how steady your hand is.  And, if you want it super even, we all just have to touch up certain areas.

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5 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

You could try Inks for lining or Reaper Brown Liner which is meant for it.

 

I'm not exactly sure how to work with those. I'd have to search for some example or a tutorial. Anything out there you could point me to?

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1 hour ago, Zloyduh said:
9 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Use magnification.  

 

I was actually wondering about this for some time. Anything worth recommending?

I use an Opti-visor, but there are other brands out there that are probably just as good.

 

Very nice work on the dragon.:winkthumbs:

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56 minutes ago, Zloyduh said:

 

I'm not exactly sure how to work with those. I'd have to search for some example or a tutorial. Anything out there you could point me to?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kl5GnGCw6Co

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBMshUuJl98

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75pNUwuP_JY

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIOw7XxcrB4

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As mentioned above, the color on the wing membrane is phenomenal.

The belly scales look neat too! The gradient on them looks wonderful. About the lining, I will say it seems to me like multiple brushstrokes on each section. It's either that which is causing these irregular spots at certain intervals, or maybe you are trying one motion but the brush 'won't stay straight', which I've also cursed over a few times as well... I think it's probably a matter of control - I find lining a pretty hard thing to do, and on most pictures, I see no real fault with yours!

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