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Inktober 2017 - Day 14: Life of a dragon

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This.
This is what I have to deal with.
I sometimes wake up to the sound of footsteps, and each time there's either a tin-can dressed human, a wand wielding one, or several of them. They're all after the same thing: my life and my treasures. They're easy to defeat, but I swear, they're some ambitious, greedy little creatures.
Rarely can I get one to stop flailing around like a rabid animal and hold a polite conversation with. And even fewer of those who stop feel any remorse for trying to kill me. They are actually cute when they start to apologize.
Sitting alone in a cave and only going out to hunt gets quite boring. So if I get to meet some friendly, interesting humans every once in a while, I'd say it's worth putting up with the annoying ones.

Couldn't help myself, so I wrote something again. Hope my story-telling skills are decent at least.

Aside from the wing and the neck, I'm happy with how this turned out.
Especially the face.

Well, let me know what you think.

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I thinks it's great man, the characters and features really remind me of Don Bluth's work, keep the good work

StevenX7 responds:

That's good to hear. Thank you ^^

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