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August 27
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Canon PowerShot SX170 IS
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1/60 second
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5 mm
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Aug 27, 2014, 11:40:57 AM
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Dinin Do'Urden by Elven-Nazi Dinin Do'Urden by Elven-Nazi
He turned out not the way I wanted. I have redrawn this drawing  3 times, but ...:stare: 
I still hope that you enjoy.

Please feel free to comment my artwork and fav it, if you like it. It is VERY important to me.
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Siolan Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014
and I really like the smile.
Really great n sharpes features!
Elven-Nazi Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014  Student General Artist
Wow, thanks, I'm glad that my art makes an impression and makes to think. I appreciate your comments! :D
Siolan Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014
You got weird style that I like.
Kind of sharpe , disturbed  almost.. and the color
the effect you used.. yay , kind of didn't seen  that around. The colors are so pale..lights.. they make me feel they are cold.
Kind of sinister. It could be but it's not. Just enough not to be sinister. But it's kind of cold-hearted art.
the "disturbed" feeling it's only mine. Don't , worry too. xD
That what you art make me think. xD
Siolan Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014
enjoy it! Don't worry
even if it didn't turn out as you wanted! :D
Lilith-the-5th Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
This is gorgeous:love: I'm sorry you re-drew it so many times, but it's totally worth it! As always I love how you use colours. Gorgeous work with the shading, the armor, the background:love:
Elven-Nazi Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  Student General Artist
I'm just happy that you liked the colors, and all that you have listed!La la la la  A long time i'm choosing the appropriate combination of colors. Thank you very much!Love 
undeadcrabstick Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, I can give you  a great advice for drawing(or painting) humanoids or humans, so you don't have to redraw them. I recommend you to try and practice drawing from a photo reference and study other artists work. I also suggest you to read Andrew Lumis books on drawing anatomy and head, you can find them online for free. :)
Elven-Nazi Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014  Student General Artist
I tried to draw from the photo, but not always possible to find a useful one (usually I am looking for photo reference for drawing poses). I'll look in the internet these books, of which you speak.
Thank you very much for your advice! :aww:
undeadcrabstick Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You shouldn't just look for photos that you can use for your artwork. What I meant was that you should study them, do a quick sketches, try to replicate the color and value pattern in them. You can't expect to be able to draw things easily from imagination if you don't know how they really look. No one can. As for the books one of them is called "drawing the head and hands" and the other "figure drawing for all it's worth". When you read them and practice from them drawing from reference will be significantly easier. :)
Elven-Nazi Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Student General Artist
Oh, I'm sorry for what I misunderstood. Of course, I think you're right. You gave me great advices.
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