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Dragons by Kevin-Torn666


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March 14, 2008
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Fire Dragon by vladstudio Fire Dragon by vladstudio
Done in Photoshop entirely, using Wacom Cintiq tablet. It took me exactly 24 hrs, with short break to sleep :-) I am not too experienced in tablet drawing yet - had to start from scratch 3 times. Hope you like it anyway!

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IcePhoenix202 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is very creative :3
Solozogy Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2012
laptitevache Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
so pretty

quickreaver Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012  Professional General Artist
I just thought you should know there's a DJ out there, selling music with this image on the 'cover'. He's used my art without asking, so I figure he's using yours without asking as well. You can find him here:


Check out 'DragonBorn', in particular.

Best of luck!

halongvip83 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011
Great ! thank
yarijik Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2011
this work is stunning, its a great start!!!
Good luck!
KuroiNinja Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2011
Now, that is truly beautifully awesome! I love it! :)
KingAce989 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2011
oops i used it on my page. sorry.
se7encrazy Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2011
Silenrea Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2011
You say sorry, you use the "Guilty" emoticon up there...and yet you have no remorse and LEAVE the stolen work on your gallery.

Just a small FRIENDLY tip for you.
A lot are reporting you. And whether you credit the artist or not, you're in trouble. The art was not yours to modify, because you do not own it. Yet you smeared words over it AND removed the artist's mark on the bottom right corner.
And saying that this person created it, doesn't mean you got permission from the artist to do anything to the image or even upload it to your gallery.

That is the essence of art theft. Submitting something WITHOUT the creator's permission. Giving them credit doesn't make it right.
I mean, think about it this way, take the other side here. If you created something and put it up for display...then someone comes along and takes that something which you put hard work into, they modify it and then put it up into their gallery and say "Lookie here! Hurr hurr. This is my _____." and they removed your signature from it.

Don't you think you would feel rather upset that they did it without you saying they could?

You want a small bit of advice? Take the image down now before dA staff takes action and bans you. You are violating the Terms of Service of dA...breaking the site's rules itself. Think logically here. Is this worth being banned over? The image will be taken down by the staff whether by removal, or removal of you through banning.

Here's where you need to read. But since it is a LOT of information, I will underline and bold the stuff you need to pay attention to. Since you are simply telling everyone to shut up when they try warn you.

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