thanks. but it's not so much an eye for detail I think... I just have a hard time letting go of a picture when it looks incomplete. I usually think less is "more", but in my case, I seem to end up with the opposite a lot.
There are a few books I have about dragons that are great - they even have skeletal and anatomy references (not to mention the illustrations are wonderful for references as well) - you might want to check these out:
Aw! Thank you! I just got to save money for them! I seen some of those at bookstores. I allready spent a lot of money on books with photos of horses, middle age reference, and techniques for fantasty art!
He's so wiggly and flowy His eyes make me think of Igor from Young Frankenstein. I now christen him Igor the mad flowy dragon! I like him. The lady has missed out. Sily lady. I wonder if she was on her way home and went '....DAMN!'