2 thoughts on “Dragons & Letters

  1. Darryl R Taylor

    Wow, that is one heck of a gift, handling the depth issues with the letters rendering in a single dimensional plane with a 2D dragon twining is ambitious, rendering the illusion without the type face acquiring depth that it shouldn’t have, or the top dragon being one instant away from falling into cubes of dragon meat from deciding to play “Twister” with an infinitely thin letter blade will be difficult to accomplish up to your traditionally high standard.

    The patience forged through your cartography work (Greyhawk, cough, cough) will probably see you through, I look forward to seeing the finished work, and finding out if the lower dragon winds up closer to being a Euro-style wyrm, an Asiatic celestial, or something unto it’s own.


    1. Darlene Post author

      Hi Darryl,

      Well, actually, I do have a Chinese dragon jumping through the “O” and a Wyvern curling around an “N”

      Smiles, Darlene


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