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Purple Snow Leopard Gryphon by hollyann Purple Snow Leopard Gryphon by hollyann
Was just tinkering around with the idea of wanting to draw a gryphon with a blue rose, and this popped out. I'm pretty pleased as to how it turned out too :) Drawn on 6x4" bristol board; coloured with Prismacolour Markers and pencils.
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Kumi-chi Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
your so good~~! My specialty is dragons, non-realistic looking ones though.... your so imaginative! *faves*^^
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Galidor-Dragon Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
awesomely cute!!!!!!!!!
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iSapphirus Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is so beautiful =D
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RoseSagae Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Gorgeous!! I love all of the different purples and the faint spots on the wings!
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forestcat Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2006
Wow so pretty! Love the spots :D
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kiko675582 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2006
Shiny....*Likes it* It will pwn the world... ^_^
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siriusstar13 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2006
Wow, simply beautiful! I love the soft coloring and patterns on this work, very lovely. :)
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ranchlamb Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2006
That is totally Awesome!!! I love it!
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Razzek Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Whoa! This is so pretty! Your coloring is awesome.

Ah, 4x6 paper size is so much fun to work on. How did you get so much 4x6 bristol? If I want to get it that size, I have to manually fold and tear/cut a piece of 9x12, and it's more like 4 1/2x6. :D
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hollyann Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2006
That's exactly what I did ;) I had a pad of 11x14" bristol board, and I just traced out the size of 4x6 (and 3x4" for conbadges) and just cut around them so I had a bit of a white boarder around it, in case I need to scribble something or test out colours or clean my blending pencil with :)
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