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I Draw Dragons To Destroy The Stereotypes About Them



By​ Brian Kesinger

As a kid of the 80’s, dragons have always inspired me. Whether it was through movies, video games or dungeons, and dragons, these mythical beasts had an influence on my imagination. With this series of drawings, I wanted to show a different side of the animal.

Often dragons are depicted as villainous, treasure hoarding monsters but I wanted to break past the stereotypes and delve into the different personalities of each character. As far as the styling of the drawings themselves, I wanted to go for an old fashioned look of classic illustration, maybe even having a feel that they were sketched from life in some explorer’s journal.

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Aagar The Emotional

Aagar The Emotional

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Flaarix The Mischevious

Flaarix The Mischevious

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Garnyx The Behemoth

Garnyx The Behemoth

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Morkos The Famished

Morkos The Famished

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Raniik The Obvious

Raniik The Obvious

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Varlad The Improviser

Varlad The Improviser

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Cole The Diminutive

Cole The Diminutive

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Gorüng The Skittish

Gorüng The Skittish

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Koga The Optimistic

Koga The Optimistic

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Telkyn The Learned

Telkyn The Learned

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