The Wood Dragon and the Ladybird, Phil McDarby (2D)

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  06 June 2008
the lighting reminds me of happy childhood moments in the countryside. aaaah
  06 June 2008
Great, such great textures, lighting and ambience.
I really like the concept; The way the dragon is textured, the way his wings are made of leaves, the small details such as the parasite...

Well done.
  06 June 2008
this is stunning work man!! 5 stars!

Could u just tell that how did you acheive the reflections on the dragons wings?
  06 June 2008
Beautiful work, congratulations.

Richard Rosenman
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  06 June 2008

what can i say man...what can i say..i don't have words to describe how much i love this piece!
  06 June 2008
such an awesome piece of art!

every simple detail is really well executed, this work worths every second you had on it.

please, continue posting works from this little fella, we are all looking forward to them!

regards Phil!
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  06 June 2008
There is something strikingly beautiful about this image.
Well done.
  06 June 2008
Really nice work mate! I got really inspired and it makes me wanna take up on macro photography again... keep it up!
  06 June 2008
What a GREAT creature design.

I love dragons, but man, If I see one more of the exact same dragons designs...
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  06 June 2008
Lovely Work. Very original concept. I would have sworn it was 3D. 5 stars.
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  06 June 2008
waow, simply waow!!! great work
  06 June 2008
wow I thought it was 3D O.O

AMAZING man I love it...
  06 June 2008
Stunning! I love it!

Edit: Can we get a bigger size pretty please? Say around 1920 pixels wide? I would really love to have this set as my wallpaper. If not, that's ok. Just thought I'd ask.
  06 June 2008
Thanks to everyone for the comments, and to CGS for the Award - I'm really grateful!


PS Umer - there were three seperate layers to the wings - each blended differently - veins, colour and water (a ripple effect dodged out of the underlying layers which gives that kind of 'shimmer'). The wings are also slightly transparent. Hope that answers your question!
A Daily Forest
  06 June 2008
wow thats realy awesome
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