Who is afraid of the Dragon? by sor-sandra

Who is afraid of the Dragon?

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Added: May 22, 2004
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I tried to add some more elements in the background, but finally decided against it. It took me a couple of days to then restore it to this state again.
Done in acrylic, colored pencil and pastel.

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sor-sandra's picture

Hey, thanks for your nice comments! Glad you like what I do (..and you seem to like my women a lot..^^) Smile

Guest's picture

I like the idea of those 2 layers. She has a nice face, cool red hair, and I especially like her lips Smile. Great job! I've seen your other works - I love your style Smile.

sor-sandra's picture

Thanks^^ - Actually I planned to add a 'beware of dragon sign' but there was not enough free wall space behind her for it. So I decided to do some graffiti, but by that time I had the background worked over twice already and all I wanted was to finish it. So it's Puff now...

Guest's picture

i love the bright red hair.I think its funny how you have puff the magic dragon written on the wall behind her

sor-sandra's picture

Thanks! She had given me a bit of trouble while working on this (but I have to admit I had some good foto reference for help)!

Guest's picture

I love this picture.And I really like her face its soo warrior like and tough, but at the same time beautiful!!

sor-sandra's picture

Thanks, glad you noticed (maybe I should have added some more graffiti to make it more obvious...)!

Guest's picture

I like the grafitti on the wall behind her, and the expression on her face.

sor-sandra's picture

Thanks, still trying to develop it (further)!

wolverat's picture

I really like your style!

sor-sandra's picture

Thank you.

fogge's picture

Beautiful image.. I like your style.. Excellent done!

sor-sandra's picture

Thanks. I used a photograph for reference, so it is not that hard to work out the folds. But it takes a while!

sor-sandra's picture

Thanks. The soft color comes from the pastel sticks.

malyce's picture

Beautiful style, so soft yet lucridive. Wonderfully done!

Guest's picture

You put enough detail in it already. I love how you did the folds.

Art at its best.