This week went by quickly. I've been able to get out!! No more cabin fever!! Whoo-hoo!! It's wonderful to go out, even if it is hot. Although this week, we've actually had 4 days in a row below 100 and in the middle of August - that is unheard of here in the Arizona desert! Certainly have been enjoying it!
I've continued with the dragon studies from J. "Neon Dragon" Peffer's book, DragonArt Evolution: How to Draw Everything Dragon. I started the last chapter (and largest chapter) of the book last week on dragon exercises - putting everything from the chapter on dragon anatomy together. This chapter includes exercises on types of dragon heads (see post Aug 6 or Week 31), dragon expressions (see post Aug 13 or Week 32), different types of dragons, dragon hatchlings, dragon riders, and dragon scenes. This week I started the first of the different types of dragons - medieval dragons from European folklore.
Most Western dragons are generally serpentine with four legs, wings, a long tale, and the ability to breathe fire. This week's study starts with differing medieval dragon heads in side view, front view, and 3/4 view.
Next week, I continue with the study of medieval dragons, drawing the entire dragon. I'm looking forward to that!