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My First Time Drawing a MLP Style Griffon

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So I drew this griffon for a DTA (draw to adopt) contest on dA.

 

 

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And I thought drawing ponies was hard...

 

I'd appreciate a critique. How can I improve? This is my first time drawing a griffon, so... Yeah...

 

And yes, that is my watermark.

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Would you like a critique, well here goes...

 

Given that this is a vector, I think some improvements can include making the claws look more "attached" to the arms (Because currently the claw pose on the Griffon's left arm is a bit awkward at the moment.

 

That's really all I see that needs work. Have fun with it!

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Ooh...cool! Really unique design! :catface:

 

I have to agree with Carbon Maestro--the claws look a little strange. Other than that, it looks perfect! :D

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Pretty sweet Griffon right there, Love the colour. 
Though, just some bits where they need a little improvement/tweaking would be:
The Claws like everyone has mentioned, probably just lower them a bit so they look more connected, and maybe a redraw if you want them perfect. You can tell that they are claws, but they look a little off. 
The Back legs/feet/paws are a tad bit too thin or small, unless you were going for a dainty Griffon I would suggest just making them a tad more rounded and look like they can be used for walking. 
And lastly, that tail connection looks just a tad too high, like it's going from the back instead of the arse. 

But other than those real minor things that could probably be forgotten about, you have done a really super job, especially for a first time of a Griffon. 

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