Try Guys Play Dungeons and Dragons
Coloring this one was a true challenge because of the fact that it was the first time that I had colored a reptilian/dragon creature. After coloring and doing the shadings, the rest of the picture was pretty easy. At least until when it came to the case of the background. Just like the other peices, I wanted to put in references to the Try Guys animal mascots. Such as Zach's Turtle, Eugene's Tiger, Ned's chicken/rooster, and this one is a Giraffe.
After that, I wanted to make a reference to something else that Kieth has done, which is a hot sauce that is sold by the company called "the Heatonist". Sold here: Keith's Chicken Sauce
When it was all done, or at least when I thought it was done, I turned to my artist friend, Hooksnfangs, for thoughts, and thanks to their suggestion I put in highlights on the scales to give it a sensation of a reptillian texture. After that, it was suggested to have something drawn in on the canvas and that was when I knew of one final thing to put in reference to the Try Guys; their logo of the Triceratops.
And there we have it, the Try Guys Dungeons and Dragons series is finished. My thanks to JulyViolet for their work.
Note: All characters depicted here are 18 years of age or older.
(C) Try Guys
Nice work there, and I looked at his Chicken Sauce. Sounds interesting, sweet and spicy, or swicy! Habanero is as hot as I go--no ghost pepper chili sauce for me! If you think that my tastes are too hot, my sister-in-law makes mine look wussy. I've seen her in Mexican restaurants have the waiter give her the hottest salsa they make, like a brick red chipotle salsa. She just chows down on it with chips while I take a taste of it and decide I don't want any more because I want to taste my food and not that salsa for the rest of dinner. Right now I'm using Cholula from Mexico.