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An Eminent Sacrifice

Hi everyone! Here is one of the sculpts I have been working on, not too far from being finished.

Here I had just started some texturing

Further along with skin texture and some horn placement

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Reader Comments (5)

Hi Anyhony.
Cool dragon !
The only thing i have to add is that i found his horns to be too small.

March 1, 2011 | Registered CommenterMauro D'Elia Matheus

This is shaping up nicely! Good job on the teeth, eyes, snout, bony bits, and skin textures! I also dig the neck structure. Is that a little floppy bit on its forehead? Cool... Although the horns are rather distinctive in their way, the symmetry of top and bottom seems out of place, and I sortuv agree with Mauro about them being a bit too slender. Something... They're also almost more tendril-shaped than horn-shaped and don't seem to unify the head. Hmm...
Oh, I meant to also mention how much I like this pulled-in crouch of a pose and your folding decisions in the wings, but THE thing that I most love about this guy is how big those claws are and how convincingly they seem to be gripping the outcrop!

[ *ALSO, you should include some close-ups of the head for us, because it looks like you've got an invigorating complex of lip and teeth, but it's all too blurry to enjoy in these shots. ]

March 1, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam B. Hand

Very nice posture and skin-folding!

March 2, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCloister

Thanks guys!

Mauro and William, I want to thank you for making me think twice about those horns. I was not fully happy with them from the start, so I moveed on to sculpt the rest--figuring I would come back since they are just placed in. So I took them off, started with a new idea and now I am really much happier with his new look.

William, I will take some closeups of his head and post them here soon, sporting new horn and skull structure.

Thanks again!!

March 4, 2011 | Registered CommenterAnthony Watkins


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