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Hydie by camilladerrico Hydie by camilladerrico
What is your heritage? I’m Italian/Canadian. 🇮🇹💓🇨🇦I believe that we are all connected, we are all human and we should celebrate that. “Hydie” shows us that one person can be the product of multiple cultures, each dragon comes from a different country and represents multiculturalism. She doesn’t see the world through her eyes but through her heritage. I hope that she brings you a sense of community and love. Prints of her are online at and she’ll also be at SDCC booth 4723! Super hugs lovelies! 🌏🤝🌍🤝🌎 #weareallconnected #thehumanrainbow #dragonspirit #motherofdragons #multicultural #sdcc2018 #SanDiegoComicCon #CamilladErrico #love #somedragonsaremisunderstood
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RaitoRippa Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
BluestarMudwing Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2018   General Artist
I love this! So magical and amazing! I love how everything except for the dragons (which are so colorful and amazing) is in more of a muted tone, to give emphasis to the dragons, so your eyes immediately turn to the dragons!!
gregsbird Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is just magical!
GhibliLover92 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
TiNcHe-NiNcHe Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2018   Digital Artist
very nice :)
Ayrael Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing work!
The-Last-Phantom Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Super amazing concept!!

[ YURI ON ICE ] Huuuuug 
QuinnMint Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm just plain American, But I love your art! I have a book of yours as well.
Ururuty Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2018
very good
NasikaSakura Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2018  Professional General Artist
I am American-German, but my mother, while born in Germany, was raised in Indiana and my grandmother was forbidden to teach her children German, so sadly, we don't know too much about our German heritage. Only that my grandmother's mother owned a castle that was donated to a museum after her death, but we don't know which one nor where in Germany. Since I was small, I've been enamored with Japanese culture. People put a bad stigma on people who want to learn about, love, and want to live in a country with a culture that they ave no blood ties to (especially to Japan if they happen to like anime, regardless that I was introduced to Japan first through an interest in Chinese and Japanese ancient art on PBS, and regardless, I don't think it should matter where you start if you put in the effort required to learn the language and culture anyways), but honestly, I feel more connected with Japanese culture than my own German heritage because I grew up learning more about Japan and loving Japan and yearning to learn the language. I know that I am not Japanese and I'd only be Japanese by citizenship when I do live there. But I don't think that should invalidate the love and sense of identity that I have, not in being Japanese, but in loving Japan and being connected to it in that way. Sorry for the rant. ^^; 
M0ldyPizza Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
This looks like something you'd see in an art gallery. Bravo
Hollowbonez Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Stunning <3
drawn2pencils Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Magnifico! Clap :happybounce: :happybounce: :happybounce: 
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