Enrosia Concept Art: Serpent-Blade Dragon

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Rhiannon Taylor

oh my god, this took so long. I've been working on the pencil since before Christmas and only just finished. More Enrosia concept art. Actually it's also for Empires too, but I'm not actively working on Empires so it comes under Enrosia. These great armored-serpent dragons were once the winged mounts of the Velrocci Lords. Utterly massive, they were the smallest form of the olden dragons. They made their home in the unforgiving tropical rain forest swampland of eastern Enrosia. Called, in ancient Velrocci, the Vukra Shaa (the winged snakes) and in their own tongue the Ishaa Urithssth (unknown translation). They are encased in near indestructible, yet light weight interlocking armour plates of scale and their wings are overlapping feather-like scale formations.      The type down in the lower left-hand corner are in english and they say the three different names of these dragons. I simply chose a very stylized type. This took about twelve to fourteen hours of work. Another peice that I did not time myself on. Started December 2008. Finished January 2009. Submitted January 2009. (c) R. 'Mytherea' Taylor

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