After roughly a year since releasing the first one, I have finally completed all eleven dragons. After much inactivity, procrastinating, and stubbornness. I did push to finish.
These are also, purely my versions of the deities. Would be alright with me if you agree/disagree with the choices. I’ve been quite inactive with the game as of late, and have given away most, if not all my valuable items/dragons to a good friend who I know will take care of it.
Matching portraits for @auto-sukukaja (user Doki) of his dragons Sandbar and Cacao for Nature’s Secret Santa! All your dragons are joy and wonderfullness and I had such trouble deciding who to draw, but the colors on these two were too much for me <3
Ari, a young mirror warrior, and Sibyl, a delicate fae who receives visions of the future, both found themselves parentless as hatchlings. left on their own, they likely would’ve died, but fate brought them together, and they’ve never been alone since. They survive with one simple rule; trust no one but each other.
Though their early lives were spent traveling from place to place, learning through experience and teaching themselves how to be dragons, they have recently settled in the forest of the mirrorlight promenade, very near the border of a peaceful clan that calls themselves Cumulus.
I tried uploading this three times and each time my computer crashed. The file is really massive. Oh boy.
ANYWAYS, here’s a stress relief painting I’ve been chipping away at. Tired of staring at it, so I’m gonna call it done. Probably the most time spent on a single painting, standing at around 16 hours. Really love how the face and bubble came out!
would’ve liked to do a bit more touches to the frame, but I am in serious pain right now because of my wrist. Sorry about that.
The original thing was lined by Snfflewyrm on Flight Rising. They are cool with letting me paint over it. Tree mother is also from Flight Rising.
I have a headcannon that my nestminder/teacher, Necalli, uses the deity plushies to educate hatchlings on all the different deities and how they all came to be. He’ll play out the events of the First, Second and Third ages with the plushies to encourage the hatchlings to take interest in history.