Have a little paraglider (do you call it a deltaplane in english too?) flying low above a group of coyottes 🦊
from 2021, digital colour phase 😅
@brie oooh it's a beautiful word! what's your fist language ? (i might steal it)
Yes in french we have gramatical gender and "le deltaplane" is male!
@brie sounds like a beautiful language! i like that your prefix and sufixes keep the words short unlike the greek and latin rooted languages like mine, it's super fun to create new words using those roots though and i love studying ethymology, so much fun! thanks for sharing :D
I've never heard the term "deltaplane" in English. But a triangular wing shape is called a "delta wing" in English.
@rina lineart is done with waterproof ink and fountain pen! then i take a picture and do the colours in photoshop. But this is from about a year ago, i do all trad now! i'll post my watercolours soon :)
@leavt woooop wooooop how amazing is that!!!! thanks a bunch for that tip... i borrowed your picture to try, sorry 😅
@rina oooh this is so cool! well done! please borrow more if you need, i practice drawing from other artists all the time!
and i doodlecopy from others to understand how things work, wouldnt post normally. but this is amazing. and solves my biggest weakpoint.
draw lines -> scan -> colour analog, if fail than colour digitally.
I like the limited palette and drawing style. :)
I think this would be a 'hang glider' though.
From the wikipedia article on paragliding:
"Paragliding is the recreational and competitive adventure sport of flying paragliders: lightweight, free-flying, foot-launched glider aircraft with no rigid primary structure."
Whereas this one shows a rigid frame in the wing. :)
The Wikipedia article on hang gliding has a nice comparison table of glider, hang glider and paraglider characteristics.
That said, I think most will understand the term 'deltaplane' perfectly fine on its own. :)
@FiXato aaaaah yes thank you, I keep wanting to call it paraglider because that is how it's called in zelda Botw but you are right, it has a rigid structure so it's technically a hang glider!
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