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In the eye of a dragon, a sword therein lies. If he be good and if she be good, toward the depths of Hell it points, willing the destruction of the demons and their king. If evil be he and evil be she, then to the Heavens it points, ready to be wielded, ready to kill.
A dragon may appear to be good or evil when he is not and she is not, but they can not change their sword on their will. You can always tell the nature of a dragon, by their eyes. The eyes are the windows to the soul, it's true. Among humans, it's true; but among dragons, it is truer.
The sword is like a persons soul, it can be changed for the better or for the worst. As I said before, not by their will do the swords change, but by truly changing themselves and their ways, weather for good or evil, the sword will change positions.
A rare few do not know weather they are good or evil, and they are easy to pick out, for their swords lay on their sides. They care only about themselves, and do what pleases them, weather it hurts others or helps them. They are not wholly evil, and they are not wholly good, they just are.
If you read all that, I'll be impressed!!!! It's just something I made up on the spot and wanted to draw. As you can tell (if you read the entire thing) this is a picture of the eye of a good dragon, and if you didn't read it all, it's STILL the eye of a good dragon!!!!!! I am actually VERY pleased with this, and I am hugging my scanner for doing a great job!!! IT WORKED RIGHT THIS TIME!!!!! YAY!!!!!!!!
Done COMPLETELY in Prismacolors!!!!!
Colors used: metallic gold, black, olive green
Hope you like!!!!!
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