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??? [mc135f] - Wyrm Stage by indyana ??? [mc135f] - Wyrm Stage by indyana
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Dragon: ???
ID#: mc135f
Description: Machesri Light Red Female Wyrm
Bondmate: Gaylen
Adopter: EndaraMae ( Platinum Star Parent by indyana)
Mutations: Light color variant
Special Characteristics: Jade bangles
Clutch: Machesri Clutch 14: Wild

Notes: This little one is fiercely strong and has more wisdom than your average wyrm. There is a light and goodness that shines from her and makes others want to trust her.


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Machesri Female Egg (Current Version) by indyana


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Okay so this cute but it could be so much better I think that as you go along the years you will become a fabulous artist and you could learn more techniques I also feel that there should be more emotions I also wish you well. I hope you will learn more as you go and won't ever give up I hope that your art becomes more and more unique as the years go by. I know other people might be rude and I hope that won't discourage you to become a fantastic artist.I hope this didn't offend you Indyana.
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Critique by Lethargea Feb 21, 2017, 1:04:06 PM
I think this is a pretty picture. The overall design is unique, it has strong originality. I like how the dragon has different shades of red and pink and not just on solid color, the colors blend really well together. The shading makes the dragon look 3D. The outlining is very good, it's not choppy nor rigid, it's nice and smooth. The technique is on point. I think it is interesting that the baby dragon has rings on its tail and horns, the color green was a good choice, it makes the image pop out a bit. Overall, I think this is an amazing drawing with its uniqueness and creativity.
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kikoeart Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2017
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Hello! This is so cute! I love the face:D 

I think that depending on what you want I can give some different suggestions...If its supposed to be shiny: I would have upped the contrasts by adding highlights and shadows ...stronger ones, also the body is a little muddy at the moment - if you see where the bulgy parts are, its got light and dark smears which don't seem to be forming anything which makes it a bit messy...if you remove that and add very intentional lights and darks and mid-tones it would help make this feel more finished and 3d. 

Also the figure itself seems to be floating...I know you have a nice shadow but that's only showing the effect ON the environment - the dragon itself is not really effected by it. You could have the underbelly flatten out more to show the soft dragon smushing down onto the ground...to show the weight of it. Also the pattern would morph accordingly, you have that to an extent but it could be done more...I think it would completely disappear under him/her. 

The outline is very strong but it doesn't bother me cause this is a stylized piece...in some places you could tone it down, it will help make shapes look like they are not so flat. Then you could add a little more shadow to the green jewelry as it's very very bright now and a little separate feeling from the rest of the painting..just a thought. 

Finally if you want this to look more dragony...add scales! You don't have to put them everywhere, just where there is a transition between light and shadow...and a little in the light (not super highlighted places) for some reason this can look even cooler than actually drawing in every single scale - which would drive me insane :D

I think that's all I hope you get something out of these ideas:D!! Nice work!
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indyana Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for taking time to write some in-depth feedback.  I see what you mean about flattening out the underbelly; excellent point! Putting more shadows on the jade also would have helped match it up a bit more.  It's super bright, and at the time, I couldn't really figure out how to make it more cohesive with the dragon.

As for the body shading, I wasn't going for really shiny or scaly.  More like human skin, but a bit thicker?  The streaking was supposed to be showing her muscle structure and rib cage.  Ug, guess I didn't quite get where I wanted to go there!  Adding some microtexture/pores would probably help to make it less smooth?  If you have any further suggestions now that you know what I was /trying/ to do there, please let me know. ^_^;
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kikoeart Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2017
You're welcome! I would consider studying what human skin looks like when it's being stretched over muscles and bones, then apply that in a slightly cartoonish style over your piece :) 

Digital art (as I'm learning too) is hard, there seems to be great areas of steep learning curves and sometimes you get to plateaus where you feel a little more comfortable but then it starts up again. So you know, I remember that and it helps :)

I would not get into texture until the very very end, and when you do use a separate layer! lol...

Basically i try to paint what the form is before refining the surface cause it doesn't matter what the surface looks like if the form is weird or off.

I hope that helps you out some :)

I mean I am such a beginner (check out my gallery if you like) so you can take what you like :) Just my little opinions!
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indyana Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, I have a TON of layers when I'm working, haha.  Nothing worse than doing something and then not being able to undo it.

Thanks again for the feedback.  It really helps having someone else give their impressions!
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kikoeart Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2017
Yeah, I know! You have to learn that the hard way. 

You're very welcome:D
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JuliusxKarina Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
nice
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indyana Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you!
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Liibbyie Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello there dear! I'm here from :iconprojectcomment:, here at your service to give you a review, haha!

First things first, you did an awesome job on this! It definitely catch my eye on the group page! Alrighty, let's get started!

• The design of this piece is very simplistic and really shows off the 3D effect the coloring gives to it, making it almost look like a inanimate object. I'm really liking the bangles and beads you placed on it, the shading is especially well done on those little accessories and they look like glass. Shadowing underneath matches up well, and I've got to say, there's close to nothing inaccurate via art in this piece. The shading on the Bishel dragon shows the areas where the light hits very well, though there isn't much dark areas, but I'm assuming that's because you wanted it to seem as if in a bright room and give it a softer look.

• While I'd hate to say it, the first thing I saw were the thicker lines. While they blend in well with the coloring of the dragon, I'd probably make them a tad bit thinner, the thinner the lines the more realistic and three-dimensional the picture will look, while the thicker lines can cause picture to look more simple or even toonish. Its expression is really sweet, I love the serenity of it and it reminds me of a sleeping baby :heart:
The scales are probably the least detailed area of this picture, the thick lines defined in it more than the darker torso areas, and they don't have the same "shine" effect as the rest of the body.

Honestly, that's all I could get out of this one. The icy ire was really nicely done, and barely needed any criticism whatsoever. That's a really good sign! You're doing awesome, keep it up! :hug:
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indyana Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks so much for taking time to critique!

I'll admit that the cartoons lines have always been my thing, but maybe my art is outgrowing them. I'll try some thinner line art on my next piece.

As for the scales, they are supposed to be thicker and more leathery than the rest of her skin, which is why I turned down the shine factor. Do you have any ideas for how to make the texture difference more clear, so it doesn't just look like I got lazy?
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Summer-Rose-Ruby Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2017
Awwwwwe how cuteHamtaro Mouse Emoji-02 (Kawaii) [V1] Sansynyan~! Heart Love 
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indyana Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much for faving her!Thanks For the Fav {Free Use} 
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Summer-Rose-Ruby Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2017
No problem 
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ixris Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
The detail you managed in her facial structure is SUPER BEAUTIFUL!  She is an EXCELLENT color besides!  :)  Well done!
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indyana Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks, L!Helicopter 
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Endara-Mae Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
*gasp!* :heart: !!! Ooooh, a Light color variation! I really like how you did that. Some might imagine a 'light red' to go pink or orange-ish, but I think her color very much comes across as light red. I also really like her bone structure and how content she seems. Oh, and yay! jade items! :heart:
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indyana Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks, Endara! ^_^ She was a bit of a tough nut to crack, but I'm glad she finally decided what she wanted to be.
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