|17 Aug 2003|| Wayne H. Hodge|
This is a wonderful picture aa were all the others leading up to this one in the series. But I have to agree with some of the others, I can't imagine a Dragon being beaten by a Unicorn. They are both magical beasts but the Dragon is more powerful by far than the Unicorn. I'm personally a big fan of both and have quite a collection of both. And although there are many diffferent breeds of horses they all look like horses reguardless of their size shape and color. Therefore a Unicorn should look like a Unicorn reguardless of size shape and color. And a horse with a horn sticking out of it's head does not a Unicorn make!!
|4 Nov 2003|| Laura K. 'Shingna Thse' Neumann|
Refering to my previous comment, I like this one better.
And again, very good cg, especially on the fire.
|13 Jun 2004|| Rhett Ethan Kennedy|
I am struck, especially after viewing this series, that I suspect you are equally gifted as a writer. The narratives you weave throughout, the subtleties you convey could easily be transposed into words. I like the way the dragon gives the look like "next time I'll get you!" Suddenly, after all this tension of reviewing the narrative, I think the Unicorn is just giving this Dragon kid gloves! It reminds me almost like The Coyote and Roadrunner from the old warner bros. cartoons! Will the Dragon ever give up? Nope. Will he ever win. Nope. Heh. You have a true professionalism and eye for detail that is staggering. Thanks you posting your work. It is a real treat to not only see but to think about what's running through your mind when you umake these.
P.S. I can see a Unicorn beating a dragon. A Unicorn has mystical healing abilities (that's why the horn was always sought). A Dragon might be more powerful, but a Unicorn could just whittle the dragon down, especially if he's overconfident. And watch out for that Vorpal Horn! Ouch! Eric Wadley
replies: "Another very interesting interpretation. To be honest, I enjoy the reaction this series gets more than anything else about it. Sometimes its anger, other times relief. As for writing, I do some writing as well, although I haven't had much time recently. I even wrote an online novel a few years back."
|18 Aug 2004|| Carolyn K. Nicholakis|
AWWWWW! Poor dragon! I'll make you feel better. *croons to dragon and takes it home to bandage its wounds* BAD UNICORN!
|18 Aug 2004|| Carolyn K. Nicholakis|
AWWWWW! Poor dragon! I'll make you feel better. *croons to dragon and takes it home to bandage its wounds*
|23 Dec 2004|| Brandi L. Morris|
Once again..WOW! I can't really chose which to like better, I love dragons, and Unicorns. You work so wonderfully, and I hope you make more.
|29 Oct 2005|| Hayley M Lazo|
"Gloat now unicorn, I'm going to get my mommy!"
Heh heh, that unicorn doesn't have a chance. Healing abilities or not, if it turns to charcoal, it stays charcoal, there are limits.
|25 Nov 2005|| John-Clayton Wilson|
The on-going battle between magical creatures continues... In my view, I feel pity for both creatures. For the unicorn to use force against a creature cause I always pictured unicorns as peaceful creatures. And I pity the dragon because he may look evil, but that doesn't mean he is. Did it ever occur to anyone that the dragon may have wanted the unicorn only to survive? I mean the dragon could have even been playing with the unicorn...only with teeth and claws.. and fire breath. Anyways great work. Again I hope both creatures learn from this experience.
|16 May 2006|| Tricia Danielle|
Alas, the Unicorn has his freedom and thee Dragon Injured... next one snakey dragon, you'll get the next one.
|12 Oct 2006|| Gregory|
Nice narration within your series and pictures alone. Very contempt and intriguing to the mind. =) Very nice work in art and concept.
Unicorn that of purity of life; magic withheld in the horn.
Dragon of intelligence, power, and magic.
Interesting, that the dragon should have the intelligence not to mess with prey that couldn't be called "game". hehe