boardsbeginnerGreen Anole
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drawn in 1 hour 34 min with Lascaux Sketch
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FreshBagels
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FreshBagels (Dec 28, 2009)
http://www.thelensflare.com/large/lizard_2765.jpg
FreshBagels (Dec 28, 2009)
drawn in 43 min
It looked a lot better to me as a sketch, especially the head. I hate the head right now. The head is flat and the mouth is off somehow... Maybe too big. The back of the jaw is where it's worst? Maybe I don't have enough pixels to work with, like the canvas is too small for detail?
FreshBagels (Dec 28, 2009)
drawn in 12 min
Now it's looking a little better.
FreshBagels (Dec 28, 2009)
drawn in 38 min
davincipoppalag (Dec 29, 2009)
Why did you make it so small, it's good
dorothyblueeyes (Dec 29, 2009)
great-looking lizard, very realistic and attractive. Way to go! ;) ^ _ ^
Miss_DJ (Dec 29, 2009)
I like it a lot. Very small, though..kinda wish it were bigger to really be able to check it out!
Suntan (Dec 29, 2009)
It's a good one, I zoomed in about 6 times, looks even better! :)
FreshBagels (Dec 29, 2009)
Hey, thank you all for the comments! I'm really motivated to draw more now. I do see it's too small, for sure. I have trouble committing to the huge amount of work that a bigger canvas requires... But I really, really enjoyed this picture! It's been a while since I've taken my art seriously... A long time... But mostly because I got frustrated and scared I'd never be able to the art I really wanted to make. This picture, though, and your comments, really renew faith in my ability, or potential at least!

Thanks!!

Next picture will definitely be larger.
elly (Dec 29, 2009)
You just need a little more confidence in yourself! I used to feel the same way =) I don't think a bigger canvas requires more work, just longer lines...lol ;p....but whatever the size canvas, it's the effort you decide to put into that particular drawing. Some drawings get more effort than others depending on mood, inspiration, time...etc... altho this is rather small, I can see that you put your effort into it and worked with it. Keep it up! And welcome to 2d! I'm elly, nice to meet you =)
QTgillie (Dec 29, 2009)
very nice indeed
FreshBagels (Dec 30, 2009)
Thanks Elly! I feel like you really do know my problem pretty well, and love the perspective you put it in!
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