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She is a dragon.
Others may like a unicorn or a Pegasus but I love dragons.
She is fierce and dominating.
She controls the room.
One may lead her this way or that but at the end of the day she will do as she pleases.
Pull the chain to hard and she will bite you in half.
Beautiful, alluring, powerful, and rare.
There nothing like a dragon in its presents, its danger, you want nothing more then to gently touch her
yet run away at the same time.
She’s a dragon and for all my armor, sword and Shield she terrifies me.
Yet there is no place I rather be then at her side.
There’s unicorns and pegusi a plenty
But this one she’s special.
She’s a dragon.
Which type of player are you? Been working on some D&D designs lately and I think they turned out pretty well! I'm hoping to eventually sell these as small prints or stickers. Also working on making versions in different colors. ✌
Historia corta que hace parte del Vol.3 de Kizuna (fanzine), el cual cuenta con las creaciones de los demás compañeros del Club de Mangakas del Parque Biblioteca Belén. La publicación completa la podés encontrar en el blog: arizama.blogspot.com (que está en la biografia) o un ejemplar físico que lo obtienes de la Sala Japonesa de la misma biblioteca.
Short history that is part of Vol.3 of Kizuna (fanzine), which counts with the creations of the other colleagues from Club de Mangakas del Parque Biblioteca Belén. The complete publication you can find on the blog: arizama.blogspot.com (located in the biography) or a physical copy that you get from the Sala Japonesa in the library.
Always Fresh 60” x 30”. oil and wax on canvas
A love letter in oils to Hamilton Ontario, steel-town of old, that has seen tough times. A refuge for artists fleeing Toronto prices, and seeking undeveloped old warehouse space.