Just be careful, the more wishes you ask, the more of her fire will flow into your soul... if you ask too many intense wishes, you may end up becoming one of her servant star fairies, and you will have to grant wishes to other people the rest of your life O.O
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A Dragoness seduces your soul to her magical slavery with the banned magic of INTEREST-FREE LOANS
Sometimes a Dragoness will create and engender half-human half-dragon slave beasts to protect her nest. These creatures have both fire magic of a dragon, and martial abilities of a human warrior, making them very hard to defeat
with power of metiors and burning suns i rising from the ash with the gift from a thousend suns i will rise from flames in eternal days intill i end on the feld of battle a galaxy will rise but i will make him fall then all wil know who is the best
hey lock who is back!!!! but i am still half dead... i hate my flue!
this is my part of the art trade with i did draw her OC Riya [link]
the colors are i little bit weard and that's just becuse i did not have the colors i neaded and this was the closest i was able to get. you may have noticed that her mouth locks a lltle bit weard to and that was becuse i had a troll in my room when i was in the shower... MY SISTER DID DRAW LIPSTICK ON IT!!!!!! so i neaded to fix that by make the lines thicker! and let's say like this... she got some sand in her bed the day after
A couple of colorful characters. This is all in coloray pencils, not a trace of ink or black outlining in sight. The big fellow with the bluish plumage is a therizinosaur, a type of little-known theropod related to the ostrich dinosaurs and distantly to the raptors, troodonts, etc. They are herbivores, probably sometimes omnivores if there's insect nests or eggs about (because what doesn't? ) The smaller fellow up on the log/bank/mossy area is a dromaeosaur, which is ordinarily a group carnivore like a coyote but this one has wandered from the pack, probably after insects or eggs or small things or dead things. He was not expecting a big thing.
I don't think anything untoward happens. One annoyed giant avian-sloth creature and one scared landhawk. And some random banana trees.
A basal tyrannosaurid from China and Mongolia--here's a representation of this lovely dino in watercolors. I went fairly big with this one--8x10 inches on Bristol. Tried to go with fairly interesting but mundane natural colors.
I seem to have invented a fantasy race of quasi-draconic creatures... whilst painting and trying to let inspiration come. Acrylic mini, 5x8 inches, portraiture of an adult of the species in its preferred den, pitchblack cave. This took an hour and a half, counting the "squander time" I spent mucking around looking for a shape that the base black-purple started to form...
I have another painting of this creature done just this evening that shows the fullbody view of these. I call them Iron-Drakes, they're sort of a sub-dragon creature related to the dragons that I ordinarily draw and paint (the mammalian ones, with the pangolin spines and scales also). These fellahs are also mammalian, though you wouldn't know it by a quick glance due to the scaley covering and... sinister lack of mammalian ears. They're also different from "true dragons" by their lack of fire-spitting ability (the "true dragons" have venom glands in their cheeks which contain a liquid which vaporizes into sulphurous poisons and pure hydrogen upon spitting... the hydrogen then has a bit of a delayed k-boom of flame which hurls toxic burning particles at foes), but the Iron-Drakes have bio-luminescence instead, which shows in their eyes and can be oozed from their mouths (and sometimes it tells on them in the dark in the form of vapor-breath... that glows red). Also, unlike my "true dragons", the Iron-Drakes are almost entirely carnivorous (most of the dragons I'd drawn or painted before are omnivores like bears, or even herbivores), and love to chomp on blind cave creatures... which thanks to their glowyness they can track down, but the blind creatures cannot detect them.
I may make custom adoptables of this race of quasi-draconic beings... Though first I'd have to determine if I can draw references for them in wax pencils that have the same "look" as the acrylic paint...
Breeeeeead! Isn't that macro lens amazing? I've been meaning to photograph these baskets for ages. So here there are and I even listed them. Some in my Etsy Shop [link] some in my PetitPlat Shop [link]
This is practice for a Winter Bird Festival contest that will need to be finished by Monday. xD So yes, I do procrastinate a little. Anyways, I think it's one of the better ones I've completed so far. :3 I used 's feather tutorial for the most part, but on the head, I looked at the picture to make them more pointy-looking.
Horn still not fixed, so the horn can be removed without damage to this figurine. If you want a horse, not a unicorn, I just remove the horn. In the mane can be added to a pair of curls. The joints of the head and horn in the finished figure will be carefully closed.
On 5th of December it's Krampus day in Austria. But since last year I drew a more Krampus like figure this year it's more Perchten like. He is some kind of Bogeyman, on 6th of December he accompanies saint Nicolas and takes away the bad children. But often saint Nicolas helps the children and they just get a good scare to be nice for next year (at least that what happen in my childhood ) But on 5th he is let loose and does what he likes, scare children. There are also the Perchten but somebody told me theay are a bit different and since I don't live in the higher regions like the alps we had just this guy (I honestly have no mountains near my village just a big lake) but our church is dedicated to Saint Nicolas.
Einioceratops Einioceratops Meaning: Bison Horned Face Description: Large ceratopsian Species: E. magnaceras, E. notoensis Family: Centrosaurinae, Ceratopsidae Length: 24-26 feet Lifestyle: Browser and grazer Range: North and South America
Distinguishing features: The close relative of Einiosaurus and Pachyrhinosaurus, this particular dinosaur is distinguished by its two forward facing nose horns, the single brow horn, and the ring of hornlets that adorn the edge of its frill. Grayish red with black stripes on its powerful legs and with rainbow patterns across its frill that varies between individuals; this is a truly magnificent animal. A relatively sociable animal, this ceratopsian lives in small female dominated herds made up of interrelated females and their young. The larger bulls are found along the herd edge and are only allowed into the herd when a female becomes receptive. Unlike most ceratopsians, Einioceratops is the only known member of its family to give live birth. This heightens the infant’s chances of survival and insures that the adults can migrate to food rich areas without them stripping the environment of its flora.
Habits and Habitat: A denizen of the open fields and sparse forest groves, Einioceratops prefers ferns, small vertebrates, and grasses. They take great measures to avoid the jungle, due to fear of predators like Charonatitan. However the plains are not a safe haven either, and danger abounds in the form of dromaeosaurs, allosaurs, and most prominently, the Plains-sprinter. The Plains-sprinter is easily capable of running down the ceratopsians, and its bite is powerful enough to debilitate them. With horns better suited to stripping bark and uprooting plants, the best defense these animals have is biting with their beaks. A second defense comes in the form of simply bunching together. Only those who break from the herd become meals for the rampaging tyrannosaurs.
Lystrotherium is a powerful, semi-aquatic herbivore that dwells in jungle swamps and waterways, growing as large as 28-feet long. Its powerful tail and legs are perfect for slogging through water of varying speeds. Primarily cathermal, it grazes on plants such as swamp-dwelling water weeds and riverside growth. Its head is uniquely shaped to uproot water plants and further acts as a hydroplane when the creature submerges. In color, it is gray with a white underbelly. Males and females live in small groups and are alike in appearance and behavior. mating takes place during winter and young are born in spring. No parental care is given to the young, which immediately leave the nest to feed in the safer areas of the waterways where predators cannot reach. This species is heavily predated on by theropods of various kinds including dromaeosaurs and abelisaurs, but Gorgospinos in particular preys on adult Lystrotherium quite heavily, as the sauropod is relatively easy prey and few in defenses.
Though it resembles a theropod and moreover the prehistoric rauisuchian Postosuchus, Neopostosuchus is a massive Sebecid crocodile that inhabits tropical Asian forests and floodplains from China into India and Indonesia. Rare in its environment because it is an apex carnivore and due to competition from more widespread theropods, it is a powerful ambush predator of any dinosaur foolish enough to cross its path. Even large tyrannosaurs up to the size of an adolescent Vastatotyrannus and the young of supersauropods like Mongo Grongos are not safe from becoming a meal to this 40-foot crocodile. Solitary by nature, it hunts both on land and in water, and regularly surprises prey from the water or the undergrowth, giving chase over land if prey escapes the first attack. Unlike other crocodiles, its legs are positioned under its body, allowing it greater speed and mobility and an elongated foot helps the creature reach speeds of up to 28 mph over short distances. In spring, males attract females through loud displays in the water that cause water droplets to vibrate off their backs. After mating is complete, each animal goes their separate ways, and the female will raise up to 40 young, of which only one or two may survive to maturity. Interestingly, Neopostosuchus are extremly tolerant of small birds and tiny theropods, and when not hunting, rest on their hind legs and tails and wait for them to climb up and clean their teeth.
A terrestrial crocodile that preys on my modern dinosaurs. i have always been a fan of the vicious-looking Sebecus and Pristichampsus, hoofed crocodiles that could run down prey such as early horses. So, in tribute, i made a gigantic close relative that could do the same.