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Here's the time lapsed video of the making of the creature. The real time was about 6 hours. If you like this video, check out my youtube channel where I upload a lot of these videos: www.youtube.com/user/cgsbgs
And also, check out my Udemy tutorials:
www.udemy.com/how-to-draw-hair…
and:
www.udemy.com/how-to-digital-p…
And also GUMROAD:
gumroad.com/cgsbgs_chrisscalf
And there original art post here: 
Finishing up a new dragon painting... WIP by chrisscalf
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GalaxyShadow Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
so cool dude
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chrisscalf Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2018
thanks!
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JacobSpencerKaiju79 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2018   Traditional Artist
Awesome work!
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chrisscalf Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2018
Thanks!
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JacobSpencerKaiju79 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2018   Traditional Artist
Welcome! :thumbsup:
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MummyMetaller Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2018  Professional General Artist
This is terrific. How long does a piece usually take you to complete from start to finish?
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chrisscalf Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2018
hi! thanks! anywhere from 3 to 6 hours.
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Nabesima Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
All of that on two layers? Wow, I guess, I need to try that someday instead of getting lost in 100+ of them, hahaha
I like how you seem to never use ctrl+z, I suppose that adds to the overall natural look?
In any case, gorgeous work and useful video, thank you!
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chrisscalf Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2018
thanks so much!!! yeah, there is no need for ctrl + z in this kind of art. whatever errors there might be, I either paint over them or use the smudge tool to blend it away. Also, the layer thing: It has always been a habit to work in as few layers as possible-- mostly a foreground layer and a background layer. At first, there were 4 layers here, because I needed to keep the head separate from the body, and the hand also needed to be coming out from behind the body, and moved occasionally to adjust the pose.
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TheHarlequinWitch Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy hell! Um, can we just talk about how impressive this whole thing is. Not only am I impressed by the over all but I am also glad to see other artists using references! And the references you were using make me guys over this all the more! Bravo~ 
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chrisscalf Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2018
Thanks so much!
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AKoukis Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Professional Writer
Oh my God, this was absolutely amazing!! I'm gonna try it out and link to this tutorial!! Keep it up!!
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chrisscalf Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018
Thanks so much!!
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AKoukis Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Professional Writer
You're very welcome! I'll add it in a feature next month!
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EquineRibbon Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018  Professional
Insane!
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chrisscalf Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2018
thank you!
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