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pheeph Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
As part of OC-Training, I wanna say congratulations on getting this far in the group.  Your art style is very professional and it's beyond my own drawing skills.  I hope you have fun on future drawings.
Gethry090 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015
Can you at least make any of your female characters show of their soles? I have foot fetish you know.
Ulario Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Well I don't.
And unless you have ordered a commission from me, it's not my job to please you.
Gethry090 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2015
That's ok. I am not that much of a foot fetish person. I just like looking at it. Not what others will do with it.
Ulario Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Still, asking someone to change their art to better suit your fetish is incredibly rude.
Gethry090 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2015
Ok. I'll not make that mistake again.
FireDragon7000 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014  Professional Writer
This is a very awesome gallery. Your dragons are so cool. And your anthros, wow.
SapphireComics Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014  Student General Artist
OC Training: Task 6

First Off, What I like:
By far, my favorite part of your art style that I like is your coloring. I love how you use varying colors and do a good job of blending them. Your shading also seems very natural and realistic. Your coloring really shows in your backgrounds, those are amazing! I would love to learn how to create a landscape that artistic and professional. I also like your fantasy-like designs. It is very easy for an artist to go overboard to make their fantasy animals unique, but you kept your creations balanced. Even your more human like animals look great and they don't freak me out too much. It feels like they are a normal part of the world that was created for them.

What You Should Work On: While your animals and mystical creatures look great, it is difficult to say the same for your humans. Let's start with your proportions, in your wardrobe challenge for the OC Training, Deren had an unusually small head, which didn't match his torso or legs. It may have just been an accident. Also in your Guess Who challenge, Deren had legs that were too long and too thick. An easy way to avoid this is to draft the picture before you start, or to remember the sizes of body parts in relation to others (Ex: The legs are the same length as the head and torso). It will also improve your action poses.

What I Missed: It may just be preference for you, but I noticed that your characters (noticeably Deren) lack emotion in their pictures, but your nonhuman characters do. I suggest that you not make your more unnatural characters be more human than the humans, unless there is a story related reason. It also wouldn't hurt to try more advanced action poses (Like foreshortening) it would help with gradual improvement.

Overall, your art style is pleasing to look at, but has very slight distractions. Fortunately, no one will notice unless they nit pick on purpose like I did. Remember, you are never done improving and my word is not law, if you like where you are in your art style, feel free not to take my advice.
RiotingKnucklehead Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
You're seriously one of those artists that I'm kicking myself over for never finding before. XD
Your work is amazing. 
Eragon007 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2013
i just LOVE your dragons! :la:
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