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Snow Plow

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  1. Urusta --> Snow Plow: Non-inbred Gold egg Thank you so much!
  2. I am...is everyone else or just a few people?
  3. Well...I spent a bit more time working on my spritelines and getting critique from my mom. I started to shade it, but it looks really bad. I'm not great with shading or muscles, although I did spend some time looking at pictures of horses and watching the horses that my sister works with trot around. If there are still anatomy issues, feel free to comment on that. I know that the shading is awful, but I'm not sure what I should do about it...is it too dark, is there too much, or is it in the wrong places? EDIT: It's not completely shaded because I figured that if I could get help in the areas that are currently shaded, I might be able to apply the same rules to the rest of it.
  4. Whether I use it in a Dragon Request or not really depends on how it looks when I feel that it's done. I've got an idea that I might post there if I feel that it's good enough, but it's mostly just practice. Once again, thank you so much for helping me! Your suggestions were extremely useful.
  5. Thank you so much for helping me, tikigurl91! It really means a lot to me. Is this better?
  6. Thanks, SockPuppet Strangler (The bat was very cute ) and tikigurl91! The lines may still be jagged, but hopefully, they're better? The blue lines are there to show roughly what's behind the wing.
  7. Sorry if I'm intruding on a discussion, but I'd vote for a "snarly" female, rather than a sneaky one. I my be being over-sensitive, but I prefer that, when it's an option, the female sprite leaves no doubt that she's just as vicious and tough as the male. Plotting under the leaves, while it's a cool idea, could be taken for hiding, instead. Either way, I'm sure it'll be great. I'm not extremely opposed to a "sneaky" female, but I'd prefer a "snarly" one.
  8. tikigurl91 and Shadowwolf6 - Thanks for the advice, both of you! I tried to follow it, although I'm not sure how successful I was, especially with smoothing the lines. Is this better?
  9. Okay, thanks. I've a few questions, though... The tail looks weird - how so? The jagged lines, or the overall angle of it? It has no nose, meaning no nostril? Or should it have an actual lump on its snout? What do you mean by "arms"? The bony part of the wing? What is the closest far leg? Sorry for my stupidity...
  10. I'd like help with this, if anyone is willing to give me advice... I know that the lines are extremely jagged, but I'm unsure as to what I should do about it. Any suggestions? There are also still some pencil lines in the background because I haven't made it transparent yet.