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Rebecca R. Reizner

"Green Dragon" by Rebecca R. Reizner

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This picture started out as just a doodle. Then I decided to color it. Isn't it prettiful?


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23 Dec 2003:-) Aideen Solasta
Pretty, but I think you should pay more attention to coloring it =). Looks cool from a distance, but the colors are really "far apart" up close. Try getting rid of the white spots. Overall, cool =)

11 Rebecca R. Reizner replies: "Thanks! It's a little smaller in real life and not as easy to see the white spots."
26 Dec 2003:-) Maria 'Wanko' Pahl
I can't believe not that many people have commented on this one! It has to be my fav out of your gallery! He's soo prettiful! Love the colors and his expression. He looks so very happy! Joyous! ^_^

7 Rebecca R. Reizner replies: "I know! More people should comment! I'm glad you like it. Thanks for the comment!"
5 Jan 200445 Russell
I like the wings and claws.

1 Rebecca R. Reizner replies: "Thanks muchly!"
12 Jan 2004:-) Kassy 'kai' Lum
this is cute! i'm surprised it doesn't have many comments too. The hind feet are really well-done, and the color leaves a kinda playful tone to the dragon. nice.

11 Rebecca R. Reizner replies: "Thanks! Yes, this is definitely my favorite back leg on all the dragons."
18 Jan 2004:-) Morag A Lewis
Ooh, pretty colours 2 Something that might help with the colouring is cotton wool - if you rub the coloured area gently, it smudges the colours softly, which helps achieve a more uniform colouring. He is very cute ^^

2 Rebecca R. Reizner replies: "Hmm... cotton wool, I'll be sure to try it. There is so much stuff out there I need to get. Thanks so much!!!"
4 Feb 200445 Rachel
The colors themselves are really cool, I think. The bone structure of the wing is great, although I usually think of the webbing as coming closer in toward the bone and not resting against/growing from the back farther down... Nice picture anyway.

:-) Rebecca R. Reizner replies: "I always draw the wings growing from the back. It seems sturdier that way. Thanks for the comment!!"
25 Feb 200445 Jessie Kappel
Again i love the colored ones
i reminds me of barney

8 Rebecca R. Reizner replies: "Barney, but he's purple. Barney ruined the colors purple and green. Thanks for the comment!"
29 Feb 2004:-) Helen Elizabeth Askew
Wahey! The Green Dragon! Heehee.. the colours are great, so beautiful! All in all a very charming little picture! 2

14 Rebecca R. Reizner replies: "THANKS!!"
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'Green Dragon':
 • Created by: :-) Rebecca R. Reizner
 • Copyright: ©Rebecca R. Reizner. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Dragon, Green
 • Categories: Dragons, Drakes, Wyverns, etc
 • Techniques: Pencil/Graphite Pen, Coloured Pencils, Ballpoint Pen
 • Submitted: 2003-12-06 22:00:52
 • Views: 433
 • Resolution: 519x700

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