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A friend commissioned this as a gift to her friend!

I apologize for any goofy anatomy, I wanted to get this done in time for his birthday. :) This was a speedpainting.

Painted in Corel Painter, oil pastel tool.
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A little fern dragon, sitting on a rock, with ferns ferns ferns. As always, inspired by my back yard.

Ink and Watercolor.
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The inks for this were originally a tattoo commission for someone. :) It was requested that the dragon have a similar pose as the rather famous gryphon illustration by John Tinniel: [link]

I later added the vines and greenery, and painted it. This dragon appears in one of my prior paintings as well!

Ink and Watercolor
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Even my dragons get bird wings sometimes.

A little watercolor painting!

Ink and watercolor, 4" x 9" approximately.
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A portrait of Verdandi, as gifted from :iconbyzil:!

Corel Painter, oil pastel tool.
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A special 'free reign' commission for :icongoldkin:

Ink and watercolor on cold press Watercolor paper Approximately 10" x 15".
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Another 'just for fun' watercolor of a dragon. I love combining blues and browns!

10" x 10" ink and watercolor on watercolor paper.

This piece is for sale! For price and more information, visit here: [link]
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Playing with some new paints, I don't know what I'm doing!

(Do I ever??)

A little ink and watercolor painting, full of experiments.
7" x 10" on rough 140lb.

The inks were originally designed for someone's tattoo.

He's for sale! [link]
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A dragon pauses, mid-step, as it crosses a spring run in the misty morning woods. What does he see or hear...?

A commissioned gift from Azalea to Verdandi (I don't know if they have accounts here or not).

This is something I consider a "speedpainting", because in the last few years of my life the scope of my work averages over 60 hours per piece! Thus, anything that takes less than 10 hours is "speedy" to me.

Painted in Corel Painter using the acrylic brush.
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A speedy commission for :iconvtforpedro: of her dragon, Daenonin!

Corel Painter, mostly oil pastel tool
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