I like how it came out ^^ Just two possible things you should consider- 1) When getting to the colouring mode, you can decide to try and add some background 2) When drawing the lighted part, maybe you can apply it in a way that will add some texture, for instance have a few thin, slightly brighted brush strokes add the texture of the hair and such.
Yes you do! XD Background could really change the atmosphere, for a start ^^
Youre very welcome!
P.s. Just curious, about the lineart I made for you (the two headed dragon)- are you planning on colouring it, doing it sometime in the future, or not at all (I wont be hurt either way, I just want to know XP; )
Oh yeah!! I would really like to color it sometime (the picture you did for me). I know I say this a lot, but I really love dragons <3 They're so amazing!! As soon as I can find the time (hopefully I'll remember, I'm kinda forgetful x3), I will get to work on it!! But first... I gotta finish attending to all my neglected da business. I've no one to blame but myself, but I've got a lot of catching up to do!! Lol. ;D
Good, because I'm very slow. Lol. I'm a very laid-back, go with the flow kinda girl, so I never like to rush at anything, unless I'm feeling lazy, that is ;D heheh.
Thanks!! ^^ I actually find coloring to be quite relaxing. Art is an amazing stress reliever. Whenever one of my friends is upset, I recommend doing something creative to help ease their emotions, but I guess it doesn't work for everyone... it most certainly does for me though!! ^^