Shortly after I began drawing this I remembered that there’s a Gyarados in the team and I was just like…ohanyway Giga was hungry and caught herself some lunch I guess. She always plucks the whiskers and chews the fins off first, along with pulling off those yellow…thingies since they get in the way. Yeah.Giga your head is too big stop itALSO I’M SORRY FOR NOT UPDATING THIS IS MY APOLOGY PLEASE ACCEPT IT
This is Charlie, my Delphox. He is in need of a name change because when I named him I had no idea what a Delphox looked like and well, “Charlie” is not the name of a mage. So if you have any suggestions that would be wonderful!——Name: Charlie (subject to change)Species: DelphoxAge: 34Level: 62Moves: Psychic, Flamethrower, Mystical Fire, Cut, Sunny Day, Hyper BeamAbility: Blaze-When HP falls below one-third of its Maximum, the power of all Fire Type Attacks increases by 50%.Charlie is a naturally calm pokemon and is great at keeping his cool under pressure. He’s a quick thinker and acts as a caretaker and medical aid when required. Usually calm and un-aggressive, when something does manage to anger him all his held in aggression bursts and he becomes extremely dangerous, almost deadly. However, this drains his energy at an extraordinarily high rate leaving him exhausted in about five to ten minutes.It takes almost a day for him to regain his energy after a blowout and during this time it is required he has some kind of guard to protect him in his weakest state.
…..it looked like Hookfang’s jaw idk
high-res is your friend
Messing with my markers still, was listening to Rainbow Veins, this happened
I drew my three favorite (main) dragons: BarfBelch, Toothless, and Hookfang.
Faith was getting annoyed at me when I was making the dots. :U
Not awkward phone shot!
this new scanner doesn’t murder picture nearly as bad as the old one XD It’s a little darker on the actual paper…I think. Idk it’s actually hard to tell.
This was my prismacolor practice. I think it turned out pretty good for my second go. Although, as you have probably noticed, there was some bleeding in several places but eh.
I don’t know what happened, but my dark blue marker like
doesn’t work right? I dunno. It comes out of the marker weird and doesn’t really blend well….ah well, what can ya do.
Awkward phone shot
I’m still getting the hang of my prismacolor markers so this is really messy ;w;
But yeah to practice, I’m drawing Toothless! He’s blue because reasons
And I didn’t feel like giving him his tail fin because then I’d have to draw all the other junk to go with it and screw that man.
And I didn’t want to leave it out either so whatever
markers are hard
Same as last time. If it doesn’t reach at least 100 notes I won’t be posting the next skeleton to Tumblr
Okay so TECHNICALLY the main Nadder isn’t Stormfly but it’s close enough. Plus it was the perfect shot and I couldn’t pass it up.
Anyway, the Nadder’s main body skeleton is very much based on that of a chicken while the hip bone is like a backwards Velociraptor hip bone. I believe that, given the Nadder’s little body, that it would in fact be very compact in there, with all the bones and organs squeezed together.
The jaw bone doesn’t include the chin because if you look, it just seems like the chin/under the head is just muscle. Now, the crown, while still bone, doesn’t directly connect to the skull because this dragon is able to spread the crown out.
Now for the wings. I had NO idea what the bones were doing. Aside from the fifth and sixth fingers, I couldn’t see any visible bone separations. Soooo what you see is what you get.
Now the tail. The Nadder’s long tail is chock full of bones to provide as much movement as possible. But I don’t think there’d be bones in the tip, especially from the way it tends to hang down. And all those bones would probably help to weigh the tail down because, if you noticed, the Nadder likes to walk with its back straight and head directly forward a lot, a common trait in some small-ish raptors, I’ve noticed. It probably helps with balance.
This was, by far, the most DIFFICULT skeleton to make. And it will probably stay the most difficult.
The neck was at an awkward angle for me okay
Anyway, the Zippleback skeleton is somewhat of a mix between a gecko and a snake. It has many spaced out ribs to allow a lot of curving and “slithering” movement and to allow good stretching, compression, and arching ability in the back.
The Zippleback, unlike most dragons, has two sternums connected by cartilage. The shoulder blade is very low and hard to notice because of the outward positioning and angling of the arms.
The wings were a little…different, we’ll say. There weren’t many obvious bone separations aside from those three seen. The rest looked like a single bone that didn’t quite reach the whole way.
The odd placement of that first folding mark led me to believe it would be some sort of cartilage because there wouldn’t be a very good spot to connect to a joint.
The eye socket of the Hideous Zippleback is very large and takes up a good amount of the skull. The circle of “bone” inside the socket is called an orbit and is common in a lot of dinosaurs and some lizards.
This amphibious looking reptile has skin similar to a gecko or frog and can stretch or scrunch up to assist in movement.
I also believe that the Zippleback, given its skin, prefers to stay away from dry places because of the possibility of its skin drying out, and that wouldn’t end well.