An angry dragon

It’s this time of month again ;). I drew this dragon a long time ago, even before I heard of GRRM’s dragons with two legs instead of four… Enjoy!

Dragon

Angry dragon © A. Gruszczyk

12 thoughts on “An angry dragon

  1. I KNOW I’m going to sound really dumb, but Olag, are you female? I’d always assumed you were a guy because Olag ends with a hard consonant and while I’m not real up on my euro-names,it seemed masculine to me and because of your avatar, some grouchy looking old guy.

    But I’ve never heard a guy make a joke about that particular thing and walk away from it.

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  2. It’s Ola G, and I’m a girl – you got me 😉 The grouchy looking old guy is actually Sam Vimes, my favorite character from Terry Pratchett’s books, drawn by Paul Kidby – and it’s more of a tribute and a commentary about how I feel as an amateur book critic than how I look 😛
    But I think it’s more a culture- than gender-related thing – I had to think long and hard on what joke you’re referring to! 😉
    I’ve got to ask, though – does it change anything? 🙂

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    • Not really, But it helps understanding you better. For instance, I wouldn’t expect balls and weiners jokes from you now. While the aforementioned “time of the month” wouldn’t make me bat an eyelash now.

      And I hate to admit it, but I JUST noticed that your name is OlaG, not Olag.

      Thank you for being so gracious about this all.

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  3. Well, Ola could have been Oleg, friendly guy from a country a little bit to the east from ours, but Sam Vimes, that’s an icon of genre law enforcement 😉

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