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You have made quite a bit of progress in the last year and a half!  I really like the wings on the new dragon, they are almost impressionistic.

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1 hour ago, Flit said:

You have made quite a bit of progress in the last year and a half!  I really like the wings on the new dragon, they are almost impressionistic.

Yeah I was messing around with an iridescent type look. First time. Meh. It didn’t really turn out how I wanted, but that’s nothing new. I’ll call him Vincent Van Dragon ;)

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40 minutes ago, 72moonglum said:

They're actually both really nice ! I like the first one as well and dig the concept of them being White but with colored wings!

Thanks :) the way you say that makes me want to go look at the MM now. I always thought if I was going to see a white dragon, it would be like an albino with pink eyes and pale pink wings. If it had matching body & wings, they should at least be like opal iridescent or something. Went too dark on these wings, but I liked it and didn’t want to paint over. Maybe a year from now I’ll do it again ;)

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Love the wings. They do look iridescent to me.

 

Also:  Dragons never “go to plan.”  They have their own opinion on the matter of being painted. 

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Deep glacial clefts, stormy arctic seas, blizzard-heavy stormclouds, week-old bruises--perfect winter color scheme on the wings! 

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