So the small, green one stood up against the big red one to protect fragile - but fascinating in their very own way - humans. Guess there are things more important than one's life, all of that captured in one painting. Interesting.
Lovely work! There's something about oils -- acrylics and digital tools can never quite equal the result. As to the outcome, well, it really depends on what's going on between the dragons, and what their relationship is. If it's just "You in my way, you toast!" then Greenie is in deep trouble. OTOH if it's "Daughter, stop following those nasty maggots around or I'll ground you for a century!" then the outcome may be considerably less gory.
The dog will save the day. Or maybe one of the tribesmen will, it kind of looks like one of them is going to help. How much help a spear is agasint a dragon I don't know. But then a single well placed Arrow finished off Smaugh.
hahaha, true and in the "Legend Of Drizzt" Forgotten Realms series, the ice dragon in Ice Wind dale called "IcingDeath" was slain by the barbarian Wulfgar throwing his hammer hitting a HUGE Icicle off the cave ceiling and impailing the unlucky dragon. haha, though I wonder how a movie maker could find a way to kill that sonofabitch lol
Yeah, The legend of Drizt would make a great movie series, but the amount of funding it would take to make something on that grand of a scale would be huge. But in my opinion it would be worth it. Most of the movies out now are only about either drug wars, secret agent type shit, or crappy horror movies. I think alot of people would turn up for that movie if well advertised.
Look how well lord of the rings did, there is clearly an audience for well done fantasy. Pity Arnold is old now 20 years ago he'd have made a fantastic wulfag. There is only so much make-up can do, though the guy that plays Thor in the avenger could probably pull it off. I agree though with a large enough budget and the right director it could be amazing. And there is a ton of matiral to use to.
And I've been enjoying the super hero movies that have been coming out lately.
Totally agree, and it wouldnt be hard to find people to fit the description, except maybe Bruenor Battle hammer, the dwarf. The dark elves would have to be slender but muscular people. Yeah I have no doubt they could do It well, maybe if a peition was up or something. That would probably be the best movie series ever lol.
Oh, man!! This is just what I envisioned for my stories. Not dragons fighting per se, but giant lizards (dinosaurs actually), snowy mountain and people in primitive times. This is amazing!! I love it! And that it's done in traditional, not digital. I'm not a snob or anything but I'm always in great awe when I see something done in traditional media and not digital.