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Dragon of night

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This is my character dragon. I finally made him. His name is Mirnah. He's 100m long. He's wings have a width of 120m. He's black/ grey and has glowing marks on him. People often mistake him for a airplane.

The dragon of the night is the brother of the dragon of air. He much kinder than his angry and fierce brother. He protects the people on the ground and glades over the world. Landing only if needed. He looks simple for a dragon, I didn't want him to be too much.

He's sketched on Painter and colored in Ps CS 2. It took me atleast 60 hours over the last two weeks.

Reviews


Very nice

Head and everything is perfect, though imo the red glowing doesn't look quite right, it doesn't interact with the dragon enough.



Wow

That really Awsome art (like others) xDDD



cool

well, i'm very picky with dragons, and this one's good, just keep working on the head.



He has a twin mabey?

Well... I saw this and read the description and thought.... "He already made a dragon named Mirnah..." then to make sure i looked at the rest of your drawings again, and sure enough in the picture "Darkness is Calling" you said Mirnah was the dragon of evil.
I still love the picture tho!


archir responds:

I´m a girl actually. this is the first drawing i made of him.


hey!

your really good at this! i just hope i could do that one day...


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archir
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Jun 28, 2009
4:44 PM EDT
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1260 x 945 px
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  • Daily 2nd Place June 29, 2009

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