Splinterlands Monster's Drawing. The NAGA FIRE WIZARD.

in Nerday18 days ago

Hey There.

How are you doing today?

I hope that you all are doing fine by the grace of Almighty ALLAH.

Today, I'm back again among you all with another drawing of the splinterlands monster. This time I draw a monster that plays under the fire summoner and its name is NAGA FIRE WIZARD.
This monster is also the theme card of this week's "Share Your Battle Challange". There are also other contests going on in SPLINTERLANDS. You'll find all of them in @splinterlands's profile. And by posting this drawing I'm joining the "Art Contest" and the "Social Media Challange" contest. I've completed this drawing by watching the original one. Here is the original one-
Naga Fire Wizard.png
I've used offset paper, watercolor, and a 4b pencil to complete this drawing. First I've drawn the structure using the 4b pencil. And then I've used watercolor to color it steps by step.
I also need a suggestion about using watercolor. Whenever I draw something in offset paper using watercolor the paper gets wet and the whole thing gets messy. No matter what I try it always gets wet. So, please give me suggestions to get rid of this. Tell me what I can do. Should I change the color or I need to use another type of paper?
Now, let's see the steps of my work.

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The last and final one.

In my previous post I've said that I'm learning to draw backgrounds. I've also tried to do the same in this post and I kind of messed up the whole thing. If you can suggest to me any better way or tutorial I'd love that.

With Background.


Also let me know in the comment section which one you liked. With background or without background.
And that's all for today. See you soon in my next post with another artwork. Till then stay well stay tuned. And, stay at home, stay safe.

Thanks a lot for your precious time.


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Wow, beautiful drawing, and with ink was amazing. Congrats.

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Very good artwork sister! It is a little difficult to use water color on offset paper, there is a possibility of tearing the paper, you can use color pencils, but they will not be so beautiful color.

I used to draw with pencil color but watercolor is so much better than pencil color.
anyway, thanks for the compliment.