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Land of the Dragons

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Daily Training ~ a little bit inspired by "how to train your dragon" a land which dragon and human lives in Harmony ~ maybe this is Hiccup`s Descendant ~ :p

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To be Honest

Your work is truly amazing. Your attention to detail, the message portrayed in the art, and your description...

If I could rate this any higher, I would. Keep at this for sure!

soooo bright!

you seem to really enjoy environments with extreme lighting. I enjoy the contrasting palettes of the dragons to the rest of the piece, albeit sharing some neutral hues. I just wish content wise you had the dragon(s) interacting with the human(s).

Great job

Really like your style and it was a nice use of brightness and perspective. the dragon desingn was great, but to be honest, if dragons were real, we would just be food for them, i mean we havent reached peace with each other, it seems harder to believe that some more powerful, creature like a dragon could be domesticated let alone give way for a Utopia to develop. Anyways, great job 10/10 5/5

Wenart responds:

yeah, maybe we can domesticated the dragon once we turn their brain into a "half zombie" so it`ll follow its master words lolz, anyway, nice concept, some dragon is almost imposible to be domesticated lolz ~

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May 5, 2010
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