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Prideful by Lintufriikki Prideful by Lintufriikki
finally i got this done! it took a few weeks to color this ^^;
i like how the coloring came out, and i hope you like it too :)

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art & character (C) ME!!
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ToothlessLover166 Jul 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
nvm ignore that coment... but still really cool!!
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ToothlessLover166 Jul 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Bummy1bummy2bummy3bummy1bummy2bummy3 COOL!!
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Justice has come!!
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JinetJade Mar 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Lintu does tf2 AND dragons?? ffffff :heart:
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You forgot Portal 2.
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JinetJade Jun 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
oh ok. o3o
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Amazing attention to detail. I love it, especially the shading. XD
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hippie-monkey Feb 14, 2011
Good art, but the pose is a little too "generic dragon". Maybe try a more dynamic pose next time. 9/10
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Peppycat Aug 10, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I think this is Perfect. Not to Be Mean Though.
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shottsy85 Feb 5, 2011  Professional General Artist
This is amazing! I LOVE your cell shading on this! Th only think I was would say to critique it, is I think some of the anatomy is a bit off, The back comes up a bit too high right behind the neck instead of flowing upwards, and I think the pelvic area is a bit too thing and meshes right into the tail. Otherwise the pose is awesome, the way you painted the ground is amazing, and the cell shading is amazing! I'm trying to get better at that myself, any pointers on your process for cell shading that can help me would be greatly appreciated! I think I do things a bit the retarded way hahaha. Also how did you get that painterly effect on the ground? was that done in painter or did you use a smudge brush in photoshop?
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