WANT TO BUY EARLY?
Unlock 30 minutes early on our mailing list
by Evelyne Park
The little Betta Dragon looks peaceful as he lies on his hoard of sea shells, but if you try and approach, that might quickly change…
Betta fish are famously territorial and aggressive, so in my dragon fish series, I wanted to both showcase their beauty and hint at their protective and possessive nature. While painted in acrylics, I approached this piece much as I would a botanical illustration in watercolors, slowly building up color in thin layers – but then used acrylics with heavy brush strokes at the very end for final touches.
Painted on heavy 640 gsm Lanaquarelle HP 100% cotton watercolor paper, with a natural paper border at the top, unframed
21 x 25 cm / 8.2 x 9.8 inches
Out of stock
With her roots in scientific visualization, she loves combining elements from botanical and medical illustration with fantasy art. When she's not sketching strange creatures, she illustrates for games, books, and fairy tales.
A few you might have missed!
AriditeBy Shawn E. Russell $400 $400 Add to cart
Skulls of Ultimate Death – PinkBy Scott Bakal $375 $375 Add to cart
Trouble at Dunwich GulchBy Andrew Sides $1,900 $1,900 Add to cart
‘Strange Terrain’By Alexis Trice $500 $500 Add to cart
These Teeth That GnashBy Emerald Barkley $500 $500 Add to cart
Her Soul Belongs to SummertimeBy Kelsey Garland $550 $550 Add to cart
HopeBy Madalyn McLeod $285 $285 Add to cart
EtherealBy Ashly Lovett $500 $500 Add to cart
Dane Judy BranchBy Laura Garabedian $275 $275 Add to cart
SunriseBy Elliot Lang $1,500 $1,500 Add to cart
GroguBy Luis Tinoco $350 $350 Add to cart