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How to Paint Realistic Scales Digitally

Dragons are my favorite subject to draw, but I don’t do it very often. Why? Because drawing scales is so time consuming! For many years…

Digital Drawing for Beginners: Basics of Digital Shading

If you want to become a digital artist, but you don’t know where to start, this series is for you! I’ll explain to you all…

Digital Drawing for Beginners: What You Need to Know Before You Start

If you want to become a digital artist, but you don’t know where to start, this series is for you! I’ll explain to you all…

SketchBook Original: How to Draw and Paint Drogon Digitally

This post has been originally commissioned for SketchBook Blog in 2016. After the site’s migration, the original is no longer available, but you can still…

Digital Drawing for Beginners: Best Program for Digital Drawing

If you want to become a digital artist, but you don’t know where to start, this series is for you! I’ll explain to you all…

Little Fawn: The Making Of

I found a nice photo of a fawn, and I wanted to check if I can replicate its delicate shading. So here it is—I painted…

Viper Cat: the Making of

What do you get when you cross a viper with a cat? Let’s see! If you want to try my method yourself, you can find…

Simple Fur Brush

I found a cool photo of a very fluffy reindeer, and I used it as a study of long, nicely colored fur. By the way,…

Horns Study

Dragons often have horns, just like meany real animals. So if I want to paint realistic dragon horns, the best way is to take a…

Animal Mouth Study

The last time, when I painted a dragon with an open mouth, I had some troubles with its look. I decided to study animal mouths…

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