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February Flower Dragons

This is an ongoing project that I add to each year - my nod to valentines.

I'm not the type to suddenly paint everything pink, or covered in hearts... but I wanted to do something a little bit special for those who might like to gift a dragon at this time of year.

I had already drawn leafy tree-themed dragons, so I thought aha! Flowers! Can't go wrong with roses, right? And so the first flower dragon art 'Roses are Red' came to be.

I quite enjoy finding ways to work shapes, colours and textures from the plants into my little dragons, and I hope you enjoy the results!

If you like my flower dragons and would like to share them with a loved one (or just want one for yourself, for that matter) you can find them as cards or prints over in the Etsy shop.



This year I didn't have a particular flower already in mind, so I had a look at some 'language of flowers' lists. Turns out there are a whole bunch of flowers besides roses that symbolise love in some way! According to the lists I looked at, sunflowers represent 'adoration', and I thought they'd also be a nice bright happy flower after such a trying year.

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Violets are Blue

In 2020 (before... well... 2020 kicked in) I decided to follow on from Roses are Red with the traditional violets. Looking at the way the plants spread and form whole carpets of flowers I felt like this art needed to have more than one dragon!



I chose the carnation for my second flower dragon because I recalled my Mum saying she liked them.

This was quite a fun dragon to design - a long sinuous body, the distinct foliage for the 'wings', and the petal 'mane' all adding up to quite an unusual critter.

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Roses are Red

For the original Flower Dragon what could I do but go for the rose? I see this dragon as a chonky little beasty with a thorny personality, but perhaps one whose loyalty is worth earning.

I started a YouTube channel!

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