Normally, I'm fairly discreet about it. I no longer doodle dragons all over everything - mostly because the work I do is entirely on the computer now - and my dragon t-shirts are now only a small part of my massive collection of geeky t-shirts. But there's one area where my love of dragons is impossible to ignore - the Magic on the Sidewalk chalk festival, which is held every May in Bountiful (where the newspaper I work for is based). Amazingly talented artists line the street to transform squares of concrete into art, and yet somehow I ended up with a long-standing slot of my own. I enjoy taking part, but the only thing I can reliably draw is dragons.
|This is not my first dragon, but it's definitely the first I feel comfortable|
showing the public at large.
|Normally, I prefer traditional Western dragons to wyverns - I feel|
like life must be instinctively harder without hands of some kind. This was my
attempt at bonding to the species.
|Not my best work (the actual dragon is very tiny), but rain gave me less|
time to work than usual. I'm afraid I either got a bit lazy or experimental,
which can occasionally amount to the same thing.
|I imagine the rest of him is hidden beneath the walkway.|
I was out of town in 2012, which means the friendly soul above is my most recent dragon up to this point. I'm currently working on this year's creation, and I'll unveil it in a post tomorrow once I'm finished.