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Wing Hugs and Headbutts by Ealaain Wing Hugs and Headbutts by Ealaain
cause that's how dragons show affection XD

Ki: Noir, why are you so far away?

Noir: I...I don't know.

Ki: Oh, nevermind...I'll just come to you O_O *-swoosh- affectionate headbutt*

Noir: :O ^^;

well, yeah lol. I accidentally drew Noir too far away from Ki D: poooooooooooooooooooo. sorry about that >,> and I was going to put a texture on here, but I couldn't find one I liked DX oh, and I'm sorry ~Noiraak about Noir's anatomy...I don't know what happened DX

anyway, my part of a sketch trade with =Deltorafann001 of her dragoness, Kiraga, and ~Noiraak's dragon...Noiraak XD she wanted them being affectionate towards each other....and I couldn't refuse! somuchcute :aww:

check out her part(s)! [link] [link]

Kiraga (c) =Deltorafann001
Noiraak (c) ~Noiraak
Drawing (c) *ArtificiumDraco

DO NOT trace, repost, ANYTHING. you, except for the owners of these characters...and myself, are not allowed to do anything with this!

Oh, and a warning. When using a 0.3mm mechanical pencil BE CAREFUL. being poked by one of those hurts XD
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PandiiVan Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014
oh that's cute! :3
Ealaain Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Student General Artist
:D thank you!
Darvia123 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:( I want to sketch like this!! I always have! I draw and I draw for hours but I cant help but feel like I am no progressing hardly at all... I'm not drawing consistently well, or more like, I am not drawing the way I want to. this is really awesome though!! Great job, the anatomy is awesome and perfect.
Ealaain Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013  Student General Artist
just keep on practicing! before you know it you'll get to a place you want to be at (:
and thanks!
Darvia123 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Aww thank you! I appreciate the encouragement!
Ealaain Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013  Student General Artist
You're welcome!
legendofzeldafan2000 Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh yay, someone else who still does sketches, think you could give me some advice? your great at this. 
Ealaain Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013  Student General Artist
thanks, and I can certainly try! what is it that you wanted to know about sketching(?)?
legendofzeldafan2000 Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
really any tips XD (sorry for not being specific) I like drawing, and im ok I guess; but I want to get better. im sorry about not really having a topic, but I saw your stuff and though you might be able to give me some advise.
Ealaain Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2013  Student General Artist
oh hahaha XD (that's fine) you definitely have a good start so far. one thing I can say, and this goes for pretty much anyone that draws, is to practice anatomy as much as possible. reference from real life and photos. while it's fine to look to great artists for anatomy ideas and help, nothing beats the real thing. if you only reference from other artists, you could accidentally draw mistakes that they've made.
and have you played around with shading much? if not, you should definitely try. it's the most important thing that can bring life to the drawn subject

this is kind of random, but I think it's a good thing to work on too. when starting a drawing, try not to press too hard with the pencil. it's hard to erase, and it creates dents in the paper. it might be kind of hard at first,  but it gets easier the more you do it. and also try not to put in all the detail right off the bat. I know this from experience. if you do that, then you find that something is off, you'll have to redo all of that hard work you did. you don't want to create more work for yourself then what's needed. 

I hope at least some of that helped (and made sense). if you need me to explain something further, or a different way, just let me know c:
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