Azure-Winged Dragon by Jennifer Miller

Ah, you know I couldn’t resist posting this pretty dragon with a name like that, right!  This is Azure-Winged Dragon by American professional artist Jennifer Miller, posting on deviantart as Nambroth.  Jennifer is on Facebook and Twitter, you can support her at Patreon, and she also has a StorEnvy site where you can purchase prints of…

A Dragon Meeting by Amanda Mullins

Today’s wonderful dragon art is called A Dragon Meeting by American professional artist Amanda Mullins.  I love the design of her horns and the lionfish-like spines down her back, and her loooooooong (quite ridiculously long, actually) tail!  The artist says she was “trying to do something with more detail in the background,” and I think she succeeded beautifully. Amanda…

Daenerys and Drogon by Michał Rychtyk

Happy Game of Thrones Sunday everyone!  This is a great piece called Daenerys and Drogon by Polish deviantartist Michał Rychtyk, posting as Afternoon63.  I usually prefer dragons with four legs and wings, instead of this wyvern-type with two back legs and his wings on his forelimbs, but this guy doesn’t look like he has any trouble getting…

The Sky Isn’t Falling by Yulia Anna Alexz

So… it happened.  I missed a day.  Completely missed, as in, I never had time yesterday to post anything and didn’t have anything ready to quick post even when I realized. I’m still going to “post” this at 11:59 pm Saturday since WordPress lets me cheat that way, but I found this nice picture, of an open…

Turquoise Dragon Playing a Trumpet by Deb Salisbury

It’s Friday and I’m feeling whimsical today, so I thought I would share this unique, handmade sculpture by Deb Salisbury, of MagicSeeker Dragons, called Turquoise Dragon Playing a Trumpet.  He’s available for purchase at Deb’s Etsy store, and here’s what she says about him: -> Miles, the Trumpeter -> Dragon Musician Series, #2 Miles doesn’t mind tooting…

Neeka’s Story: Discover Challenge – Apologies (and a story recap!)

I switched up my days for posting this because yesterday the Writing Thoughts post just had to be written and wouldn’t leave me alone, so I hope you forgive me.  This week’s Discover Challenge theme is, appropriately, Apology: Apologies — giving them, receiving them, accepting them, withholding them — are powerful …. They’re moments of vulnerability, of profound…