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Attack of the reds

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This is done or now. I listen to all the critics and I tried to make it look better. And I think it does. I'm really happy with the result. I could work a bit more on the details though. I'll maybe edit work on it again when i have more time.

The red dragons have return after a few hundred years. Humans don't want to live in harmony with the dragons as they used too. A battle starts.

15 hours work in Photoshop

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while (like all your art) amazing, There is one thing I think could be done slightly better. The dragon's head feels too big for its body. that's it. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love everything you draw.

EPIC

i like how its in a city

OMG

u r a great artist

congrat

Whats more fun than burning people?

Eating people?
Anyways, I love the fire in this drawing. I also love hoe his face looks so emotionless. One thing I dont like is that his right wing (left side of the picture) looks like its jammed up against the building next to him. His head looks big.

Ms.Taylor...

This is my favorite work of art so far from your collection. The wonderful detail in the dragon is amazing. Although most of my friends and some people I don't know have said that over the years I have become an expert with fire and lightning, your fire has such amazing detail. I'm astounded with your work and I hope to see more.

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Uploaded
Jun 21, 2009
5:53 PM EDT
Category
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600 x 675 px
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