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Kiraga and Noiraak by SilverWolfi Kiraga and Noiraak by SilverWolfi
Art Trade with :icondeltorafann001:

Since she asked me to draw her friend's character Noiraak I decided to draw him and Kiraga (:icondeltorafann001:'s main character) running together :meow:.

I really enjoyed drawing this :)!

Hope you like it! :aww:

Kiraga (c) :icondeltorafann001:
Noiraak (c) :iconnoiraak:
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DragonOfWar92-DP Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Interessante...
Se quei draghi erano alti un mezzo metro, Aurelio li avrebbe lanciati come se fossero palline da golf! XD
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SilverWolfi Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2012
Aurelio :?
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DragonOfWar92-DP Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
e` gia, lui[link] alto almeno 9 metri o piu`.
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SilverWolfi Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2012
Oh :o. Ma è la parte opposta di Oldeon?
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DragonOfWar92-DP Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
esattamente!
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cyberdragon0047 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very cool! Are these with micron!?! I totally don't have the courage to try something this detailed with any media I can't cover over or erase! Very good Job!

On a little side note, what kind of model (if any) did you use for these drawings? I see a couple little anatomical similarities to animals -I've studied before , and I was just curious if these were intentional or accidental.

Thanks for uploading such a great piece of art.
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SilverWolfi Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012
Thank you!! :D :D! I drew this with a 0,05 pen. Yes, I was inspired by the anatomy of animals (especially dinosaurs, big reptiles and mammals, and birds for the wing muscles). Thank you for appreciating. :aww:
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cyberdragon0047 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Of course! I still can't believe you managed such a refined look with pens, somehow I can't seem to avoid making mistakes when I work with anything permanent! (probably because of bad habits accumulated over years of sketching) Either way, excellent work!

I tend to use mammals and large birds as my models, mainly because I have easy access to them at my dad's veterinary hospital and in the forest that covers part of our farm.

I can't help but appreciate such a sharp picture!
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SilverWolfi Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012
I don't often have the occasion to see a bird or an animal close enough to take it as a model, I usually search images on books or I look at other good-drawn images of dragons and other creatures. Anyway, all I can say is ... thank you so much :D!
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cyberdragon0047 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sure! Even if they're not standing in front of me, lots of different creatures end up contributing to what I draw. It's cool to find other people who like to take their inspiration from nature!
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