Halloween Dragons by Various Artists

Happy belated Halloween, everyone!  Isn’t this Halloween Toothless by Swedish deviantartist Tenynn so scary!! You can see an ‘updated’ version of this here, but I prefer the original. Check out more art in his gallery and see his current work at his FurAffinity site. I really tried to get this post out for October 31, but…

AtoZ 2017: H is for How to Train Your Dragon

H is for How to Train Your Dragon Next up in the April 2017 AtoZ Challenge, I’m excited to share another one of my favorite fandoms — the Disney animated How to Train Your Dragon, which is loosely based on the original YA books by Cressida Cowell.  To keep this post manageable, I’m only going to be featuring art from the…

Sky Picnic by Moni158… and an announcement!

This week’s awesome artwork comes from the very talented Kiwi (New Zealander) artist Moni158.  This first one is called Sky Picnic, and Moni captions it with the note, “I love unusual/forbidden friendships.  Plus having a cool dragon friend means you can do cool stuff like have a picnic on a floating chunk [of] rock thousands…

How to Train Your Viking by Crownflame

This picture made me chuckle, and lately I’ve really needed that, so I just had to share.  This is one of the images from a series called How to Train Your Viking (No.22) by American deviantartist Crownflame.  Apparently, “The trick is to not make eye contact.”  🙂 This next one is much larger, and poor…

Hiccup and Toothless by Ben Diez

I ran across this cute interpretation of Hiccup and Toothless from How to Train Your Dragon by American professional artist Ben Diez, posting as phation, and just had to share.  It’s not the typical version of one of my all-time favorite dragons (he’s giagantic!), but it’s certainly adorable, and reminds me of a Pokemon just a…

Dragon of Marduk by Kaitlin Reid

This is a really interesting piece tonight called Dragon of Marduk, by the multitalented professional artist Kaitlin Reid, also known as Sunset Dragon or Sakuranym, and posting on deviantart as Flying-Fox.  Kaitlin writes about her interpretation of this dragon creature from Ancient Mesopotamian myth: This Striding Snake Dragon of Marduk at one time decorated the…