Back to sketching. I found some time this week, while waiting in doctor's offices (and when I needed a break from receipts!). I wanted to work on some portraits this week, but those take more time than I had available. I fell back to doing more exercises from the dragon book - Dragon Evolution by J. "Neon Dragon" Peffer. This week I sketched different types of dragon wings.
|Batlike Dragon Wing in pencil on mixed-media paper. The added flap at the top of the wing |
for additional support was difficult to make look correct. I'm not sure I was very successful.
|Fingerless Dragon Wing in pencil on mixed-media paper.. Not sure how this wing is supported |
without the elongated fingers, as in the bat-like wing. I like the way it looks, however.
|Part-Feathered, Part-Batlike Dragon Wing in pencil on mixed-media paper. |
I want to draw a dragon with this type of wing. This was fun to sketch.
|Multi-spined Dragon Wing in pencil on mixed-media paper. I like the small added |
wing flap by the body. Although, I'm not sure how this helps with flight.
|Tattered Dragon Wing. This wing type is my favorite. I think it's more dramatic. |
But, how does a dragon maintain flight with tattered wings?
On to week 15!! Taxes will be filed by then and I can relax and really enjoy sketching!