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In the smoky remains of a burning forest, a male silver dragon of elderserpent age battles a female red dragon of elder serpent age. Charging in with a mad rage, the red dragon prepares to rend the silver dragon with her two massive front claws. However, using his lightning quick reflexes, the silver dragon darts a claw towards the red, placing it on her chest in a calming gesture. A golden light pulses from the silverâEUTMs claw as he unleashes his magic and the redâEUTMs eyes burst with golden light, blood trickling from the sides, as her body goes limp.

Commission for dragon clash (c)

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Uhhh, just sayin, the silver lion does not look like a dragon. Also, it looks like they're in love with the way the lioon( sorry, dragon) is positioned



inLOVE?

the picture looks great but the dragon and the lion look like there gonna KISS?????!!!!!!!!!!?!?!@__@



Stunning Detail

The detail is astounding, specifically on the red dragon, which just looks wonderful. The whole picture is faultless, although for me, the silver dragon looks more like a lion. The background is great, with lots of attention done to the shadow.


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Love your dragons

Awsome suff i love your dragon work very detailed, and you always show some acion and something going on, very nice with this one

Awsome dragons here

~X~



Cool

It looks pretty cool, but I just gave you 9 (Ha I'm a bad b****.....)
1. It kinda looks a little gay, except that the dragons eye is bleeding.
A battle looks a little bit different.
2. What's with the dragons eye? It's glowing like hell... Did he swallow a flashlight, which is stuck in his throat?


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archir
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Uploaded
Sep 15, 2009
6:22 PM EDT
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600 x 781 px
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109.8 KB
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  • Daily Feature September 16, 2009

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