|12 Aug 2001|| A-A-R-O-N|
Aaand I'm BACK. So are you apparently...heh. Anyhow, I know not of the story behind "Defiance", but from the pictures posted here in this gallery, and the SLIGHT amount od information you give here, it's sound fun-fun. Are you at least a LITTLE bit done with it, that I may view how good it really is? Okay....G'day an' such... Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "I'm on the fifth version of the script, actually. But, er, it's not quite done, and too many changes have been made since the last version for the last version to be applicable. "
|18 Aug 2001|| Angelina Johlie Master_of_Mana@hot|
I LOVE summon stuff ^_^ You seem to have some COOl archetypes XD
I wish I could draw dragons that well O_O Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "I don't think it's detailed enough, really. There's... things wrong with it. This isn't the last picture I'll do of Rahab, by any means."
|20 Aug 2001|| N.E.E. Oxford|
Wowie! I'm a sucker for dragons, but you knew that. ;P Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "Not red dragons especially?"
|23 Oct 2001|| Tammy Larson|
Niiiice color on him... he looks like he's flame brought living.. grin.. and I like the transparency on the wings.. anyway, very cool. Don't see oriental-ish dragons nearly often enough. (Lord knows I certainly can't draw them!) Very intrigueing stories you hint at hin your descriptions. Forgive my spelling. =^_^= Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "Thank you! Rahab's actually a female, but I didn't hint at that in the description. D'oh. I prefer oriental-style dragons because most western-style dragons look so bulky and unmanueverable. However, I do prefer the personalities of western dragons over the oriental ones... there's, uh, far too much Smaug influence leaking into Rahab, for instance. An obedient "summon" she is not. "
|24 Apr 2002|| Shirley Ghozalli|
I have just finished reading The Hobbit and I see this one... I kinda agree with your choice in using oriental dragon's body (more flexible). But still, I can see Smaug in it's eyes. Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "Yes, exactly! Smaug forever..."