Not to pester too much from your work but have to ask, is it hard to handle the balance between both DA and FA at the same time?
Well before get into asking too many questions how about we check out your other lovely work here? Will say it looks for sure your a fan of the furry art style but won't take any less on you for that on your level of drawing, any artwork is artwork.
This one really caught immediate attention how you did a combination of animal and machine into one and while do enjoy the feel of the dragoness and that tail have to say the armor really compliments her look much like Mass Effect appeal or something.
See that while this was a commission you did have some nice play here on the way you seemed to style out the armor, giving it flexibility, and a nice touch of futuristic with the variances between the hard and soft material that makes it up.
That as well superb job for the shadowing of the image, giving her and everything else a rather dark and almost sinister sense. Don't mean the whole image is dark, just that love the fact you can notice alot more the armor and her while the image becomes darker, well done.
Hats off though to the way that her forms comes out altogether, mainly the face. While it does hold alot more that animal design to how it sticks out rather like the balance of the long, rich hair and even what the antennae seem to add, very cool.
Oh and before this crab might forget love the curves and the play on the tail, it surprisingly adds alot of appeal and sass to her look, even with the female form, a little extra touch of something never hurts, well done piranhapettingzoo.
Its not very hard to handle the balance between dA and FA. I've been leaning towards preferring FA lately, but only cause my commission content has been much more furry lately, which they naturally have a bigger appreciation for.
I don't know if I'd categorize myself as a fan of furry work specifically, I just am willing to do it for commissions, and thats what the majority of my requests are, so I end up drawing it a lot.
Anyway, thanks again for another well thought out comment!
Agreed with you on that notion, think cause there's been such rise in the furry presence of characters to address these days, taking the time at FA sounds alot more reasonable.
Oh hey won't judge you in anycase but regardless that's the situation of the commission that all artists have to agree with. Anycase you seem quite the natural taking on girls like Fluttershy so why question it? ^o^