Wednesday, 11 December 2013

BoSt Dragon Gallery

Enjoy this collection of Dragon art from BoSt Productions.

Smelling the Daisies

Two Dragons stop to examine the trail of flowers left by the passage of their cousin the Quilin. (more about the Quilin at The Gentle Quilin). One of them loves to eat the daisies, the other seems to be content just to smell the fragrance.
Smelling the Daisies





Dragons by the Shore

Dragons enjoy hunting for sea creatures and quite often you can see them hovering over the shallows looking for whales and Great White Sharks.
Dragons by the Shore

The Long Way Home

After a full day hunting whales it is time for the Dragon to return to its own home territory to rest and enjoy a full belly.
The Long Way Home

Dragon Country

Even though the Dragon may enjoy an occasional trip to the seaside their home territory still provides vistas of natural beauty and abundant game.
Dragon Country


The Rustler

The increase in human population brought mankind into the Dragon's traditional domain and Dragons soon came to prefer the soft, fatty animals men brought with them. Men were so nice to keep their cows and sheep all together in fenced pastures and on ranges, and so smart to breed an animal that doesn't even have the sense to run when they see a Dragon swooping down on them.
The Rustler


Dragon Sunset

Another day ends for the Dragon and he heads home for a well-earned rest.
The Dragon at Sunset



Pendragon

As Dragons encountered mankind more often they, and man, got used to each other. Legends arose about Dragons helping and being equal partners with certain heroic figures. But Dragons live a long time and men usually don't. It was usually the Dragon who had to say goodbye to their friend.
Pendragon
















Return to Dragon Hall

Mankind was given rule over the earth, and used their technology to despoil the land and lay waste to the entire planet. Dragons went into hiding, mourning for the beauty they once knew. Finally, after most of the humans died out the Dragons returned and helped the survivors subsist in the new, harsh land.
Return to Dragon Hall











Otherworldy Dragon

When the desert winds pick up and the sand swirls in sheets the Dragon's sparse home gets very harsh indeed. Luckily Dragons are a hardy race and have evolved protection against the elements.
Otherworld



All pictures are digital artwork by Steve Caunce


Thank you.








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