|7 Oct 2003|| Helen J Haslam|
The only way to travel...!
|5 Mar 2004|| Justine A. Smith|
This is very interesting. The pose reminds me of middle age portraits of warriors somehow.
|31 Mar 2004|| Jeremy N. Marcum|
This is straight up awesome! Wow, one of the best mod's choices I've ever seen. Wish I could give a more helpful comment but... words fail me.
|1 Apr 2004|| Nik|
I loved how you figured that you didn't need scales for evey dragon. I also liked how you made it like sa raptor, but with wings and spikes
|2 Apr 2004|| Jeffrey Wayne Bennett|
Okay...I'll bite...how in the world did you create such an excellent texture to the dragon's skin? All those lil circles in such are COOL!!!
|24 Jul 2004|| Michelle Krantz|
I hate to nit-pick ,because it is a very cool pic, but the dragon's head seems out of proportion.
|10 Oct 2004|| Anonymous|
Wonderful... I am a big fan of these kinds of pictures and this is one of the best i have seen yet, i love the detail and thought of this... It is great!
|13 Apr 2006|| A.M.Y.|
Wow the color does it justice. I love how the dragon tones go from forest green to desert sand. Looking at the black and white you would almost imagine her dress to be that color. I think that you've emphasised the contrast between the two even more here. Definitely deserves mod's choice!
|4 Jun 2007|| Thijs|
Those wings don't seem to be able to carry the dragon... it's a nice picture, though.
|31 May 2009|| Jeanette M Thomas|
Thijs, remember, the wings are not show fully extended, and you’re not seeing the wing on the other side. I think flight would be probable. However, would sidesaddle be the safest way to ride a dragon, especially if it took flight? It my look demure, but I think astride would be better.