Dragon On The Loose! by blueunicorn

Dragon On The Loose!

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Added: Mar 28, 2003
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Artwork Description

The young Lady of the house, has lost her pet dragon. These amall irridescent dragons are very inquisitive and quick to give their owners the slip to explore the courtyard.

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forestrogers's picture

Love his lizard-like pose, and texture, as well as the setting!

Guest's picture

i love it! Its a nice scene and perspective, great detail, your work will be remembered

blueunicorn's picture

Thanks Bill; I like to think that he would be most popular of all the small winged dragons for a pet because of his irridescent scales. (Isn't imagination great!)

bcorbett67's picture

Great picture this one Marilyn. Everything works well, the colors, the composition and the attention to detail. Love that little dragon Smile

blueunicorn's picture

Lol. I like that.... " GET OFF MY HEAD!" Fits in to a "T". Thanks for the comment, Sean.

blueunicorn's picture

Thanks Ihsan. I was pleased that the effects I was trying for turned out so well in the stone head and bricks. As for the wings, I wanted to have the veins irridescent like the scales. The painting actually has irridescent paint on it.

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blueunicorn's picture

*smile* Yes, it will be quite a while before he is found. There are many places to hide in an area like this. Mind you, his irridescent colors will give him away!

pageaxe's picture

I like the roman-greek? statue;GET OFF MY HEAD:)I enjoy all of your work Mary,it all has a light and airy feel to it.

Guest's picture

This is a really nice composition that makes me smile Smile This little guy looks curious about everything, mischievous and looking to explore on his very own little expedition Smile I very much like the texture work on the bricks and the statue head, nice detail in the wing veins too. Keep up the great work!

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elven-nell's picture

Hahahaha! This is great, Marilyn! What a cute little critter! Great detail on the dragon. Good luck to the lady on finding him!

Art at its best.