This drawing, which I know is very simple and pretty crappy looking, took me all of about 3 1/2 hours to do. It's completely done with a mouse, no traditional art underlay. From base up using a mouse. That was the hardest part, along with figuring out the shortcuts in order to try and save some time overall. Overall, I am sort of happy how it came out.
If you'd like to read more about Shep, feel free:
Name: Geriialida Sherip (Jer-eye-all-ide-a Cher-eep … Goes by 'Shep')
Age: 24 (Relatively)
Species: Draconian Arbii
Height: 6' 4” (~193 cm)
Weight: 194 lbs (~88 kg)
Primary Scales: Red
Under Scales: Gold
Markings: Gold stripes along his back
Eye color: Green
Behavior and Personality:
Shep is a laid back individual, except when it comes to his work. He's a commercial space pilot, owning his own small hunk of metal he uses to transport usually low risk cargo short distances whenever he needs a few extra credits. He's persuasive, cocky, and full of himself, but he won't be the one starting any trouble; He'll be the one ending it. He's trained in basic combat, yet he's been flying long enough to know how to get out of near anything. And he knows enough about spacecraft to fix 'em up if needed. You're likely to find the fellow at some tavern checking out the ladies, the one thing he gets the most attention for.
Draconian Arbii are the third known oldest species of Draconian known in the universe according to the Sol System Records. They are a wingless species of Draconian that are much unlike their other two relatives. While the whole of Draconian species were thought to be hostile and to be avoided at all costs, the Arbii have actually formed several trading treaties with alliances. The tend to keep to themselves, moving freight without question and have a track record that shows a phenomenal success rate, meaning that more trading guilds are willing to work with the Arbii then anyone else. This has caused tensions in several taverns and guilds due to special treatment.
While wingless, they usually form bodies that are compensated for heavy lifting of objects, however they are rarely found on docks loading or unloading freight. Instead, they usually perform all repairs on their ship without the aid of others.
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4 years, 4 months ago
13 Jul 2014 00:47 CEST
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