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 Post subject: Help to my drawing!
PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 7:19 pm 
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I need to draw a drawing of two Deinonychus, there are fighting. That's because I'm currenly writing an idea to a new Dinosaur game, and I need to illustrate how I've imagined the game whould look like. But if I should draw a drawing, it should be one I want to draw. But I really can't figure out, how the drawing should look like. If you have any ideas, please, share! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 9:38 pm 
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There's trees at the background and grass on the ground. The other one is just in the air it's claws towards the other one and mouth open. The other one is it's back towards the other one but it's head is turned to the other one like it's just noticed that the other one is attacking. It has it's mouth open ready for a fight fear in it's eyes? :D

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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
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On the banks of a shallow creek are two raptors. #1 is running forward in an attempt to catch the other head on, #2 is preparing to jump, it's strong thigh muscles are tensed and ready. The water trickles past as the ferns at their feet rustle while the massive pines cast patchy shadows over the area with rotting logs littering the bank and small stones here and there.

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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
PostPosted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:01 pm 
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Vesiapina wrote:
There's trees at the background and grass on the ground. The other one is just in the air it's claws towards the other one and mouth open. The other one is it's back towards the other one but it's head is turned to the other one like it's just noticed that the other one is attacking. It has it's mouth open ready for a fight fear in it's eyes? :D

Thanks, I'll try that! :D.

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On the banks of a shallow creek are two raptors. #1 is running forward in an attempt to catch the other head on, #2 is preparing to jump, it's strong thigh muscles are tensed and ready. The water trickles past as the ferns at their feet rustle while the massive pines cast patchy shadows over the area with rotting logs littering the bank and small stones here and there.

That sounds difficult O.o. I'll proberly not draw it so detailed, as you describe here xp.

Should I upload the drawings, when I'm done?

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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
PostPosted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:29 pm 
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I think yes, you should. I probably look forward to it. ;)
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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
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SylverRaptor wrote:
I think yes, you should. I probably look forward to it. ;)
(and hi:D)


Thanks! :D
And hi there xD

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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
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Anna wrote:
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I think yes, you should. I probably look forward to it. ;)
(and hi:D)


Thanks! :D
And hi there xD


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RexHunter99 wrote:
On the banks of a shallow creek are two raptors. #1 is running forward in an attempt to catch the other head on, #2 is preparing to jump, it's strong thigh muscles are tensed and ready. The water trickles past as the ferns at their feet rustle while the massive pines cast patchy shadows over the area with rotting logs littering the bank and small stones here and there.
and you called the guitar pick thing well thought out :P

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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
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Anna wrote:
Vesiapina wrote:
There's trees at the background and grass on the ground. The other one is just in the air it's claws towards the other one and mouth open. The other one is it's back towards the other one but it's head is turned to the other one like it's just noticed that the other one is attacking. It has it's mouth open ready for a fight fear in it's eyes? :D

Thanks, I'll try that! :D.

Hehe I'd like to see it when you're ready. :D

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Anna wrote:
RexHunter99 wrote:
On the banks of a shallow creek are two raptors. #1 is running forward in an attempt to catch the other head on, #2 is preparing to jump, it's strong thigh muscles are tensed and ready. The water trickles past as the ferns at their feet rustle while the massive pines cast patchy shadows over the area with rotting logs littering the bank and small stones here and there.

That sounds difficult O.o. I'll proberly not draw it so detailed, as you describe here xp.

Lol Rex, you out-drew her without even drawing anything... XD

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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
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Sorry for the late answer, but my teachers though, that it would be funny to give us lots of home works >.<.
Anyway, I'm done with the drawing. To be honest, I don't like it :S. I've done better. Sorry -.-
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Whelp, I can see some raw talent in the picture. If you really enjoy doing it, keep doing it. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
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Thanks, keep in mind, that I've only been drawing dinosaurs in ½ year ;)
But I've just found out, that the skeleton on the drawing is wrong -.-. I'm used to draw Velociraptors, so the Deinonychus' has a Velociraptor-skull >.<

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Anna wrote:
Sorry for the late answer, but my teachers though, that it would be funny to give us lots of home works >.<.
Anyway, I'm done with the drawing. To be honest, I don't like it :S. I've done better. Sorry -.-


Hey girl! Don't be so harsh about yourself. Yes, it isn't a perfect image, a painting from a big skull, but it is good in it's own category!
I would be happy if I could draw like you do!
So what I wanted to say, I'm like it too!
Do more drawing! :)
(btw I am used to draw some velociraptors and trex-es, so I cannot draw any other dinos too XD when I try to draw a deinocherius,
or any fantasy, or real animal, I get a rex' head, or a raptor's body. XD )
So I am worse than you! ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Help to my drawing!
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I can only do heads, as will become apparent when I'm in a good enough mood to reveal anything of what I've been working on undercover

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