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Yuvanes Tokushi by VinVagia Yuvanes Tokushi by VinVagia
Finally! She is complete! Mwahaahaaa~ Anyway... Meet Yuvanes Tokushi, a wonderful example of the result of international connecting of the modern world. Her mother is Indian and her father... Japanese~ Cool! As for what species she is, I'm not very sure... But, she is a dragon. That's all I can say.

So, here's how I met her. I was at Goodfellas in SoFurry with Eura, a friend of mine who's the same species as Yuvanes, interestingly... and I was asking him what kinda dragon he was. Even he didn't know. No one seems to know... and before meeting Yuvanes, he was the only one of his kind that I knew. The topic of the feminine side of his kind eventually came up. We're guys. We talk about babes all the time. So, I set out to see if I could find a female of this quite rare race of dragons in Sector 1404. I've never seen one at all there, after all.

A week passed with no luck and I was getting close to dropping the search. I finished work early that day and I was in a bit of a rush to get home to catch a television program in time. As I blew through the exit doors, I rammed right into this lass. I knocked both of us off our feet and spilled her Starbucks all over her shirt. It was awful and I felt so bad for this blue dragoness. Quickly, I helped her up and wiped her off with my own denim jacket apologizing all the way and asking if she was okay and all that. I was hysterical for a moment! Eventually, as I started to calm down, it occurred to me that this dragoness was who I was looking for all this while. Tall, large, stunningly appointed, and so, so gentle. I got a kick out of her magenta eyes, too. Talk about rare eye color...

So anyway, I took her back to Starbucks and got her a new drink and all that. Of course, she was very objective and shy about all of it... but I just had to. Especially after crashing into her like that earlier. She warmed up pretty quickly once I started talking to her the way I always have with girls. Its just how I am. I never have anything to hide. I just act natural and make conversation... and they like it... a lot. She's cool. Cheerful, joyous... kinda innocent, too. She's fun.

Name: Yuvanes
ID No.: 1718-01-05-27
D.O.B: 5th January 1718
Age: 296 years
Height: 14'5''
Weight: 2.75 tons
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SkaryUdra Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
Perfect work! Make better practically impossible!
VinVagia Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Halfway-dragonmad Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
First off, the color scheme you've used here is really nice, because you've mediated all the shades to have equal amounts within the picture- the softness from each almost gives Yuvanes a sort of mellow glow, and strangely reminds me of a beach towel in regards to the patterns (a strange comparison but its still complimentary I tell ya).
Particularly eye-catching, as well as the depth you employ characteristically to create weight and substance for your drawings, is the tail- a character from the front with a tail that isn't directly pointed left or right requires more subtle placement, because the tail has two sides to its one curve (in regards to how its drawn) and ensuring that the transition from one side of the tail as you follow the curve is tricky. The curved spines on her tail, which point in different directions to emphasize the changing in angles, are a really good idea to help with this.
Also, the shading where her shoulder blades meet at the bottom of her neck- that you've kept their shape whilst alternating colors is amazing, it just comes together so nicely when combined with the way her shoulders and arms are angled. A lot of thought went into this and it shows in the details. The picture altogether manifests softness, the incline of her body and the "off-camera" tilt to her positioning, as well as the shading where her tail meets the thigh just about her left (from viewers perspective) knee, the triangle-y shadow created underneath her breasts when they curve apart, and behind her horns (I'll just assume they're horns), which is really hard since you've kept the depth to them as partially cylindrical shapes, but also made the shadows that they cast help that.
I think altogether what you've really strong at, Vinvagia, is in creating bits of a picture which compliment and help one another, which makes the overall effect even better the more you look at it. Anyway, great job with this pic: there can never be too many dragonesses around...
VinVagia Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Heeeyyy, where've you been man!
Halfway-dragonmad Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I tend to watch and bide my time when it comes to comments and faves, because doing so too much would diminish the point of whatever I was saying, like having cake every day-  not saying that my comments are the equivalent of cake, but that constructive/analytic type criticism can be useful from time to time.
I like your art because it is hand-drawn and colored and has a very specific style, which one may see developing over time, and that there is an accompanying piece of into on the character that just helps ground them [by the by, I did enjoy the Fangtasia comic during its run].

The presence of a specific, consistent style is what got me interested in the first place, with the works of a particular artist who now only inhabits FA (before I signed onto DA I spent a long time just looking at pieces from different people). I'll be around in the background, but I won't always be visible (for dramatic effect).
VinVagia Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh, the Fangtasia comic... Its gone quiet, hasn't it? Not sure what happened there.
vevans0009 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014
Very beautiful dragoness!
VinVagia Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
dragon-man13 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
amazing! this is really amazing!
1er. I saw all the line art in progress about her and I must say that her final work is a real beauty.
2. once again. you really have done a wonderful work with the color. diffidently keep it up old chum ;)
VinVagia Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks, buddy!
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