April 24, 2013

A Dragon For Saint George


City Daily Photo is running a theme: pictures for St. George's Day. Since George is famous as a slayer of dragons, I'm contributing this dragon picture. I added a gradient in Photoshop to dress up the white garden sculpture, which probably represents a Chinese dragon rather than a Western one, but I'm just having fun here.

13 comments:

  1. I'm not sure whether the colours make it more sinister or more friendly! Like the wings of a dragon fly perhaps?

    Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

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  2. The dragon looks more asian to me in design than western, even before your photo shop fun.
    I love the asian culture, and wouldn't mind having that sculpture in my garden:)

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  3. Love the sculpture and the way you've coloured it up :)

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  4. Technology is wonderful...like that you had fun doing this. Looks great!

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  5. You made that dragon COOL!! I have no idea how to do photo shop.

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  6. I love the colors! It does make it seem more like a Chinese dragon.

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  7. I love all the work on this sculpture, your effects make it very jazzy!

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  8. I like what you did with this one! Very nice interpretation of the theme (great sculpture too:)

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  9. I like having fun with photoshop, too.
    dragons do look quite different whether they are eastern or western, don't they?!

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  10. I think St. George could handle a Chinese dragon as well as a western one. You did a great job with the gradient.

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  11. Ooh..I didn't see this entry earlier ..Nice!

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  12. What a beautiful dragon! Love your interpretation of the theme.

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