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Thread: Dancing Dragon

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    Dancing Dragon

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    This is my first piece where I tried to colour lineart which I'd done quite some time ago. I did the pen and ink drawing of the dragon about 9 months ago (or so) and inspired by some youtube videos coloured it with Artrage. I did not use the graphic tablet but my finger on the touchpad of my laptop, so I went over the lines in many places and had to clear that up with the eraser. I had the sketch on one layer, the background on a second and did the colouring on a third.
    Looking forward to your critique and comments!
    Ulla
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    You really have drawn the dancing motion of this cute dragon. I don't know much about art, I am still learning myself too. At least I knew when I clicked on it, right away, I see the happy dancing dragon. A very successful drawing to me.

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    Great colors and pose on the dragon. Painting is like music, the more you practice, practice, the better you get.

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    Thank you very much, Pai and Tonyjazz! I think that with using Artrage I found a way to combine drawing and painting!
    Ulla
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    Good way to go Ulla. I to am just a hobbyist so i cannot critic anything about art. I love the colours of the dragon what i i would do is soften a bit the background so the dragon would stand out a bit more.That's just me...i am curious what others would suggest .Lovely dragon painting.

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    I too am just a hobbyist and use art for play really. I am not qualified to give critique, but can say that it is so cute and a pleasure to view!

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    Very cute and cheerful, and you've got the run of his scales just right!

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    Ulla, he's great and the colours sure give a sense of all the energy he has

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    Ya ta ta da yadda. . . tappity tap tap tap. . .

    Wonderful fun. Love his date night 'outfit'. He's dancing in front of the mirror getting ready to go out and as they used to say "Paint the town red".
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Charming and fun to the max.
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