April’s NFAC art entries “Dragons”

UPDATE-5/12/2011-Thank you my fans!!! These three artworks are SOLD…Yay!!

Yay! It’s “Nibblefest” art contest time again. April’s NFAC theme is “Dragons” and I have three ACEO entries. All art starts at just .99 cents and auction runs from the evening of the 20th through the 27th of each month. Clicking on any image will take you to that auction.

First is “Michelle, Dragon Rider Safety Tech II

Michelle, Dragon Rider Safety Tech II-Sold

Michelle is a Dragon Rider Safety Technician. She works mainly with Fire Dragons and her job involves checking all equipment such as reigns, light saddles, straps, etc. to make sure there are no tears or frays and that everything is in good working order. After so many years of riding the Fire Dragons you start to take on some of their characteristics. That’s why she has fiery red hair and dragon eyes. Michelle says it’s a very physical job but she loves it, and wouldn’t want to do anything else.

Next is “Diana, Dragon Rider Maintenance Tech”

Diana, Dragon Rider Maintenance Tech-Sold

Diana works mainly with Water Dragons. She makes sure they are well fed and that saddles, helmets, grips, etc. are clean. After so many years of riding the Water Dragons you start to take on some of their characteristics. That’s why she has sea blue hair and dragon eyes. She says the dragons are like family to her and she has a very fulfilling job.

And last but not least is “Moosh, Senior Water Dragon”

Moosh, Senior Water Dragon-Sold

Moosh is a very proud Water Dragon almost as fast in water as out, with beautiful blue scales. Moosh’s senior status comes from many years of experience on patrols and in training younger, less experienced dragons.


All of these little ACEO’s are done in colored pencils and ink on bristol paper (sturdy like card stock but made for artwork). ACEO’s are very collectible 2.5″ x 3.5″ baseball size art cards. You can collect them in albums, game card boxes, or frames.


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