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Thank you for visiting me today, I hope you see something here that you like. I love colouring digital images and I am on a few Design Teams.I am taking art classes with Kit and Clowder, and Make it Crafty. I hope maybe you will get some new ideas here or you can leave comments and links so I will be picking up new ideas from you. Anyway I will put on the kettle and have some cupcakes at the ready...

Friday, 3 October 2014

Dragon Halloween hop 3

by Rick St. Dennis
It is a well known fact that dragons have no peripheral vision. If you can get behind him then you stand a really good chance of survival. Cute and cuddly they are not! The knight on the other hand is a sweetie. Brian the knight isn't quite sure how he ended up on the dragons tail.. it seemed like a good idea at the time. It was on page 127 of Dragon slaying for Dummies... pity he missed the page where the books author stated that a sleeping potion (XXX size) should be administered to the dragon one hour before slaying.
Printed onto neenah, coloured with promarkers. Forest background from A Very Important Date by mcs. Everything else moved and altered in Craft Artist 2.
If you are following the hop you should have arrived here after Jane and your next stop is Sarah The complete list for the hop is on my sidebar.

22 comments:

  1. Ooo green I audibly respond upon first seeing this. Your colors are turning out perfectly faboo

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  2. What a terrifying dragon - meanwhile that knight looks like he's doing a good job of trying to get eaten!

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  3. This is absolutely fabulous. I love the colouring on the dragon, and that background is super. Great work! Really enjoyed the post too :)

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  4. Awesome!! i didn't know that about a dragon's vision - love to learn as I hop!! Fabulous project Sue! xx

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  5. Sue, this is a work of art! I couldn't wrap my mind around how you can make this look so real! Way to go!

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  6. Love your project, and your post. Keeping fingers crossed for Brian. Fabulous work, Sue! xxD

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  7. Well, it's only day three and I've run out of superlatives for your coloring! Another great image! I really like the background, too.

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  8. I hope Brian has a really fast horse 'cause this fire breather looks steamed.

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  9. Bwahahahaha I love it! fab little story to go with such a wonderful project!

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  10. So wonderful and fun Sue! Gorgeous picture. I love reading your writing, so whimsical and enjoyable! Thanks for such fun projects!~kim

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  11. Love the story-nice to see this dragon out and being used-Thanks

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  12. I am quite impressed with your scenic skills.

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  13. Fabulous coloring. Love the depth and details.

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  14. Poor Brian. He tries so hard.

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  15. Love the story! Brilliant dragon!

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  16. Yes, Great story and love the scene! Kind of funny in a way. :) Thank you for sharing with us lurkers.

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  17. Another great scene and story!

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  18. F creation, this dragon is fab.

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  19. Fab project, love the story too.

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  20. Dragon Killing for Dummies, funny stuff. Beautiful work with all those shades of greens and sweet knight pops right up. Excellent digi work.

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  21. Love the dragon...love your story!

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  22. looovvve and onto next chapter with anticipation!!..huggzz

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