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Original: To Wield Fire

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So I was trying to figure out how to draw fire without having to use references, and I ended up doing this. This scan isn't really what the drawing actually looks like in real life, though I did try to adjust the brightness and saturation a little bit to make it look more like the actual one. When I have access to Photoshop and the normal scanner again I'll see if I can rescan it.

As is obvious, she um wields fire.

Drawn with the usual pencil and eraser, with some use of black ballpoint pen.
All thoughtful feedback appreciated.

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Comments

  1. Ardenta May 27, 2006

    I like her legs and hair and the fire around everywhere. ;)

  2. chibichibikaukau May 27, 2006

    wow! i like it, specially the lights and shadows!

  3. Dragus May 27, 2006

    whoa, need i say more ohh extremely long fingers but whoa well drawn i guess she needs the long fingers to control and manipulate the fire ^_^, wicked job unicorn 2006.

  4. BlkLotus May 27, 2006

    well i do have to say that this is may favorite by far. the detail is just amazing and you did so good on the eyees. i love the dedth that i see in them.

    keep up the awesome work

  5. somebodyelse Retired Moderator May 27, 2006

    Only improvement I can think of is maybe some more detail on the boots (buckles or zippers or some such- maybe the boots themselves could be on fire?) But I love the level of detail on this. Plus eyebrows on fire = win!

  6. chichiri1907 May 28, 2006

    Its so pretty ^^
    I mean omg that fire is so realistic, but the thing i think u need to work on is the hands and the lenghths need a little work, other that that its such a BREATHTAKING drawing

  7. redangel6112 May 28, 2006

    cool...I like fire element...^-^....
    She looks great and the fire looks real too.
    Great artwork.
    I like your idea drawing a fire whirl ball on her right hand...^-^...
    Thanks for sharing.

  8. Billy85 May 29, 2006

    Nice drawing....just in your style.The idea with the hair-fire is very good :)

  9. moonelf313 May 30, 2006

    Nice drawing! I love the hair and how it looks like flames! The eyelashes are great too...looking forward to when you resubmit this so we can have a better idea what it looks like! :)

  10. chisaikame May 31, 2006

    oh i love the shading ..and the depth it creates.. :) very good, detailed hair.. classy!.. note on the hands.. :)

  11. Verbeek Jun 05, 2006

    Hmm... pretty nice. Great details. Nice drawing and shading, great job!

  12. Rikkablurhound Jun 06, 2006

    Woah... nice!
    I cant draw anything else except people... ^_^'
    I think U did a very nice job with the fire^^
    Its really very nice^^
    The hands & the neck are a lil long though, otherwise, it's perfect^^
    Keep it up XD
    +fav

  13. walkure245 Jun 09, 2006

    The fire wielder appears awkward in her stance but it really adds to her character. First, I love her face and hair. Her hair blends into the bg awesomely and the shading was done well. I like her eyelashes. It adds to the motifs and goes well with her outfit. The only things is her arms. Her (her) right arm is shaped fine but where it attaches to her shoulder is a lil off. And her left arm's perspective is a lil off. Other than that, this is an interesting piece with a fiery flair. Shading was awesome too. Super drawing~

  14. bluSake Retired Moderator Jun 29, 2006

    Great piece. Love how her hair becomes fire, and how you drew the fire so convincingly with just pencil. The only thing that feels a bit off is the proportion of her arms.

  15. Melanie1993 Jul 29, 2006

    WOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOW! How amazing is that? That looks awesome! Really awesome! You're a really good drawer! Keep up the talent!

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