I love that dragon!!! I love the details on the scales, the surrounding area, background, foreground, etc. Everything is wonderful! Especially how the background recedes from the viewers eye, with distance comes blurriness I love how you capture that aspect.
I really like the dragon's head. It seems very human, especially the eyes. It was a bit jarring at first, because the rest of it is obviously not human, but I think it helps make the dragon believable and makes it seem intelligent. All the details of the scales, rocks, and vegetation are great.
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What hit me first when I saw this was the pose. The pose along with the anatomy makes this creature very lifelike. It really feels 3-dimensional to look at, especially with that s-curve in the tail as it comes toward the viewer. I think the first thing that caught my attention when I first saw this was the eyes; after that, they followed the path of the the body to the tail.
I see that little pointy-eared maiden, there, hiding behind that rock, looking rather bored.