Tag Archives: silhouette
Not to be outdone by last night’s piece, I tried for a different approach on the “head and neck” that I’ve been doing for the last few months, opting for “short and stout” instead of “long and sinuous.” It … Continue reading
I didn’t really know what to do, so I drew this birdlike dragon, eventually: It reminds me vaguely of a cockatrice, and I’m not sure why, probably because it screams “bird” in its shape and silhouette.
I started wondering what it might be like to have a Teacup dragon on one’s table: The girlfriend decided he needed a “butlerish” (my paraphrasing, not her exact words) name, so we called him Bixby. I wrestled a bit with … Continue reading
Yesternight’s drawing had me wondering what the rest of that teacup-sized dragon looked like: I don’t think I’m finished; at one point I wanted to put cute little wings on it. I’m also thinking that the body is too … Continue reading
I drew the tail in the middle of the page first and thought of stingrays, particularly the massive Roughtail Stingray that they have/had (it’s been awhile, I don’t know if it’s still living) at the NY Aquarium. It’s an interesting … Continue reading
I thought that small head at the end of the long thick neck would look silly, but I like it.