Usually modern dragons remain completely impartial to the goings-on of the world. Preferring to focus on the important tasks of treasure hoarding and not being discovered and sold as some sort of medicinal cure for something. But this year they take exception. For a limited time only you can voice your displeasure with 2016 with the help of a dragon.
T-Shirts and other Merch saying good riddance to 2016 available until 1st of Feb only.
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In this turbulent world far too often we feel the desire to relocate. Perhaps a change of scenery will provide us the stability and safety we desire? For modern dragons this desire is all too familiar, in fact it is the reason they have survived up to our present age at all. But unlike other animals, easily able to migrate or flee to and fro at the slightest hint of danger or detection, dragons have to deal with an all too human problem when the need to move strikes them. Logistics. Dragons have earthly treasures to consider and favorite furry friends too! Add to that the need to avoid detection and dragons have real challenges to face when moving house. So how do they do it?
Choosing the evening hours for travel goes a long way when avoiding prying eyes and a cloudy day doesn’t hurt either. Safety in numbers is also a good rule. It is not uncommon for smaller dragon species to nest and hoard with larger dragons both for the obvious protection reasons and the less obvious being-a-dragon-in-our-modern-age-and-having-to-stay-hidden-all-the-time-is-boring-on-your-own reasons. ‘Many claws also means more treasure transported’ as the old dragon saying goes. Even when a dragon and companions take great care to relocate in secret and leave not a hint of their passing, the transportation of their precious treasures over great distances with claws, tails, teeth and what ever primitive means they can devise means that losses can’t be avoided.
So if you ever awaken to the sound of coins tinkling on your roof or find a stray watch or even a cookie crumb trail of a completely random assortment of shiny objects in your garden perhaps it isn’t your neighbor throwing trash over your fence again, perhaps this time you had a scaly logistical nightmare passing over your house on the way to greener pastures.
I am excited to announce I have created a youtube channel. I hope to make it a place where you can see more about the process of creating the artworks for the modern dragon. It has been quite a challenge learning the software and skills needed (although not super complicated) it was always intimidating to me. So I’m chuffed to have this first video under my belt. I am thankful for your support both here, my Patreon page and now my youtube channel.
If there are any aspects of my art you would like to see in my videos let me know. I hope they will become a fun part of the modern dragon experience.
Dragons are greedy by nature.They have a “first come, only served” policy when it comes to distribution of edibles. Even if there is plenty of food to go around there isn’t enough to go around. There is an abundance of stray food in our modern world, enough to ensure that the dragon population could be well fed, but often this isn’t the case. Dragons will expend much energy ensuring they are the only ones to eat when an easy meal is found. In our modern world one man’s trash is a dragons menu.
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Majestic. That is the word that best described the great dragons of old. They were proud and noble and terrible to behold. They looked down upon the works of men and defied them to the last. Fear was an emotion that they were unfamiliar with. Their hunting ability was legendary- They would take and none could challenge. Not so with many a modern dragon. They would sooner flee than risk a direct encounter with people, which has kept them alive until now. However from time to time an anomaly appears, a modern dragon with a fearless heart, a heart like one of the dragons of old. Though often small, these dragons are fearless hunters and are able to take from man what matters most!
“If you love something, set it free. If it comes back it’s yours, if not, it was never yours to begin with.” Let the words of this famous saying sink in. Meditate on their wisdom, let the soothing peace wash over you. Sayings like these are comforting to us and it shouldn’t be surprising that other intelligent beings like dragons also have comforting sayings. In fact they even have one that is quite similar in nature to the above mentioned! Albeit coloured slightly by a different value system. Though I’m sure some people subscribe to this version of the saying too. I believe it goes something like this ” If you love something, it’s mine, if I love something ,it’s mine! You can’t have it! it’s mine! don’t you look at it… I see that look in your eyes! No stop it! I can’t hear you! NA NA NA NA NA NAAAAAAAAH! MINE, MINE, MINE!” I might be paraphrasing a bit but you get the just of it.