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Working on another, learning to draw different proportions and a scenery later to be added as well as the accessories Dilban usually wears.

Thoughts?

EDIT: Finished it, made minor tweaks and experimented with soft shading, I'm really happy with the results!

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Published: 5 years, 11 months ago
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Fellarts
5 years, 11 months ago
I can't help but feel like his most important anatomy is missing!
Cyberdrake777
5 years, 11 months ago
cute pose
GreenReaper
5 years, 11 months ago
It's pretty good. I like how you did the eye with shading in a way that indicated translucency.

One thing I noticed is that the wings appear a little straighter than usual - the inside lower edge, in particular, which is important for givintg it the impression of a wing than a kite. In this sense it appears more like a digimon version - more constructed than organic.

The feet and their shading are likewise more square than in the canon, where they are aerodynamically rounded (like a mew's paws). The ears may also be a little short, but maybe it's a young one. :-D

As their body is tilted to the right, as indicated by his stance, having the wing attachments tilted slightly to the left makes the character look unbalanced. I feel kinda like the entire right wing should be rotated a tad clockwise and be attached lower down. Similarly the right arm is awkward and feels a bit "pipey" and undeveloped compared to the left, should maybe be further up with more of it hidden (partially?) by the wing.

Both the arms are a tad off-model because they're "meant" to simply appear out of the front-side of the body, with the back smoothly connecting up to the neck, so they would be largely invisible here, rather than being attached to shoulders which provide a "bump" - but maybe that's what you were going for (anthro-flygon!).

Not an artist, just an observer. Hope it helps! <o_o>
FellDwarf
5 years, 11 months ago
I like what you did with the tail, that playful twitch, aids the impression of a cute and playful character
Hokucho
5 years, 10 months ago
Aaagh~! One of my favorite pokemans!
JoryCharmander
5 years, 9 months ago
*Tries to wish hard for that quality and flops on belly in frustration* Seriously though, really awesome looking Flygon, and beautiful colors :3
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