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By Lee Hammond

This, the fourth publication within the Drawing in colour sequence, teaches readers the right way to draw real looking animals with coloured pencils. Lee Hammond's outstanding easy-to-follow innovations show you how to render a number of excellent animals, from cats and canine to horses, squirrels, tigers and extra. those abilities can be utilized to attract any type of mammal appropriately. Hammond's targeted graphing process makes all of the distinction, assisting to translate the animal poses visible into drawings at the web page. You'll additionally research different very important representation innovations, together with layering, mixing and shading. extra instructions aid reproduction reasonable eyes, ears, mouths, toes, fur, and conceal. You'll believe such as you can draw from the beginning with conceivable examples, whether you're a first-timer.

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Place circles to indicate a knee and an ankle. Tube in the forms. 2 › ‹ Indicate the knee as a knobby portion that sticks out just a wee bit farther then the rest of the leg. 3 › ‹ Make the ankle more angular. Legs Help Define Your Dragon The kind of legs you give your dragon determines more than just how he looks. It will also determine his abilities. Raptor-type (think eagle) legs will provide your dragon with sharp talons good for swooping and snatching. Canine- or feline-type legs will make your dragon a superior sprinter.

We are looking down on this dragon’s head at an angle. If we were looking up at the dragon's head, the foreground and background shapes would be flip-flopped. 2 › ‹ Define the lower jaw. You are not looking at the dragon straight on, so the center of the belly will be farther away from you. Indicate the center of the belly with a third line. 3 › ‹ 29 Since this dragon has aquatic frills it makes sense to color it in a bluish green to allow it to blend in with its scenery. Put several different colors within a single creature to add interest.

5 › ‹ Use simple pencil lines to add details like bones under the skin, wrinkles, knuckles, and all that fun dragon jazz. Fill out each toe. You need the complete shape before even thinking about nails. 6 › ‹ Set the Nails Into the Finger Flesh When endowing your dragon with claws and talons, always remember to set the claw back into the digit. Doing this will make your dragon’s hands natural and awesome. Not, perhaps, as awesome as mine, but awesome nonetheless. For retractable talons, add a tiny ridge of skin between the nail and the flesh.

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