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Wher's den

By Azany
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Personal artwork. 
Some sort of speedpaint with a moment from P’ret’s childhood, he was Pyret back then. 
Pyret always was a good-for-nothing and liked bunking off his work. He preferred to hide from punishment in the den of an angry watch-wher, where nobody thought him to be found. Actually, the fact that he managed to get on with the wher, and, moreover, his talent for empathy was the reason to choose Pyret as a candidat for the Impression. 

Art and character (c) Azany
Dragonriders of Pern (c) Anne McCaffrey 
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Tavush's avatar
Good storytelling picture.
coda-leia's avatar
Ouah ! what a great Pern illustration ! I love the storytelling and it's rare to see whers (I never drew whers yet XD)
Great work !
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Cool work and story telling:)
FleetingEmber's avatar
This is beautiful. I really, really like your paintstrokes!
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Draange's avatar
This caught my at a glance of being a watch wher. It’s wonderful to see such a wonderfully dimensional piece of the creature.  
Saune's avatar
Well done! I haven't read Riders of Pern books in decades, but the moment I saw this I was like "wait, isn't that a Pern scene. There was one like it in the book that had the white dragon"
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