Wednesday, May 14, 2008


One of the advantages in being a dragon is that you
dont´t have to worry about electric bill:)

After doodleing a while with dragons,I end up combining the 2 themes from
IF and Monday Artday(electricity and monsters) and this is,
a new member in dragon´s family:
''Drakespeare'',a voracious books devorator
well,I actually just find out that someone else invented this name before,
so maybe I should re-baptise him:))

I´m out of paper
I used instead some math pages


Josh (musarter) said...

Nice entry. I like the washy feel and I actually think the squares give a nice feel to the whole thing.

Rui Sousa said...

really great sketch! very nice!

-J.Meyer said...

Interesting concept, with a lightbulb tail!
And the little bird with the heart on the side is very cute =)

Michael said...

Thanks for visiting!

I like the energy in your lines!

thedoodlegirl said...

Really cool illo!! :)

SaiSai said...

What fun dragons! They're full of character, and the illo itself is great. I like the way you used the yellow.

Raluca C said...

lot of thanks for your kind comments!Touche!


Hello, Raluca. Thank you for visiting my blog and for leaving a comment. I hope you will visit again.

I think it is very important that you should change your profile statement. The FIRST THING you say is "I am not an illustrator." That's not true! And it is not what you really WANT to say is it? You should say "I am an illustrator" - because that is what you are and if you can't say it, then how can you possibly do it?

GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR ART - I think your illustrations are delightful!

Random York said...

SUPER work!

Rima said...

Hello Raluca.. thanks so much for your message on my blog :) I am touched that you see other worlds in my work... glad that you like it :)
Interesting about my name in Romanian - yes it means rhyme in Greek too I think, and in Maori "five" or a "hand" :)
Lovely to see your work too.. it's great... Best wishes to you from Scotland and sorry I don't know any Romanian :) Though I would love to go there...

Faruffa said...

... what will be reading in the book upside down?

Raluca C said...

He,he,who know actually in which position a dragon should read a book:)))!But for sure we know he would be shoked,big time,reading so many bad thinks about dragons,isn´t it?A big thanks to all commentators!I had a lot to learn from all of you!

Emily said...

I agree the square give a nice feel to your works! it's interesting when artists run out of stuff and have to improvise... brings out an extra level of creativity.
I also agree that you should call yourself an illustrator in your introduction.

Keeley Nolan said...

I love this illustration! I think the name Drakespeare is perfect and you should keep it. Thanks for stopping by my blog and your nice comments.