When I came to England last month to give talks on dragon art and art drawing, I was greeted with the feeling that I’d never seen art drawing in such high detail before.
Art drawing was never a thing in my country before and, for me, it felt like a new and completely different way to express my feelings.
I felt very special when I met some of the artists I met who have been drawn into the work by people who love dragon art.
“It is a new way of expressing emotion and the feeling you get when you look at something and you think, ‘I wish I could paint that’.” I had the pleasure of speaking to four people who have painted dragons, all of whom were drawn into dragons art.
The four artists were: A.R.J. Anderson, an artist who works in Cardiff and is also a member of the Cardiff Dragons Tattooing and Dragon Art Society Sue Hulme, an art teacher who also works in Wales Aidan Wilson, an illustrator and illustrator-in-residence at the Cardiff Art School, and a member from the Cardiff City Council’s Dragon Art Academy.
The art is not the only thing these artists have been commissioned to paint, though.
All four artists have painted an image of a dragon which has a dragon tattoo on it.
Arian Wilson is a fan of all things dragon.
“My main motivation for working on this piece was to be able to express a desire to get back to the feeling of having a dragon as a child.
That’s when I started drawing it,” he said.
“It’s an expression of longing to be a child again.”
“Dragon art is a wonderful and interesting way of capturing the feeling and feeling of a child, which is something I hope will resonate with people in Wales and other parts of the UK,” he added.
Art drawing has a long history in Wales, with many of the earliest depictions of dragons in Welsh history dating back to 1453.
In the 15th century, a Welshman named William Peebles drew a sketch of a young boy and girl riding a dragon on a horse.
This drawing became the basis of the painting that has become known as Peeble’s “Aquarium” which has been on display at the Welsh National Gallery in Cardiff since 1971.
For centuries, artists have drawn animals and mythical creatures such as dragons, fairies, horses and other creatures.
Over the years, art drawing has become a common form of art instruction for artists in the arts in Wales.
At the Cardiff Dragon Art Museum, I met with artists and other artists who have drawn dragons, as well as some of those who have never painted dragons.
They told me about the painters’ journeys and the challenges they faced when they came to draw dragons.
They all said the best advice they received about drawing dragons was to start by drawing the animals.
It took a while, but eventually, they came up with a beautiful, clean drawing of a dog which they painted and presented to their local community.
After that, they had to find a suitable animal and make sure it was suitable for their drawing style.
They have all had to go through the process of getting approval from the local authority in Wales as well.
“I think that drawing is a great art form and one which I have enjoyed doing for the past couple of years,” Arian Wilson said.
When I saw the painting, I felt inspired.
I feel very privileged to be involved in drawing the dragon, and I hope it will help to inspire people who feel the same way.