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I love the shades of green you chose, and especially the way the lighter greens on the wings and dorsal fin make the whole thing so vibrant.

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56 minutes ago, zoroaster100 said:

I love the shades of green you chose, and especially the way the lighter greens on the wings and dorsal fin make the whole thing so vibrant.

 

^100% this. 

The vibrancy of the greens makes this dragon look exceedingly otherworldly. Like it lives in a fey forest or something. Simply beautiful. 

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