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How To Draw Your Dragon How to Train Your Dragon Art Print

How To Draw Your Dragon How to Train Your Dragon Art Print

How To Draw Your Dragon How to Train Your Dragon Art Print “There were dragons, when I was a boy.” Sideshow presents the How to Draw Your Dragon Fine Art Print, an officially licensed art collectible by artist Heather Edwards, inspired by How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. Gather ‘round and learn to draw as Toothless creates his own masterpiece in this incredible illustration based on the third How to Train Your Dragon film, drawn like a page out of Hiccup’s own field guide. Edwards captures the unique visual transformation from sketch to full scene as the Night Fury is surrounded by other incredible dragon species, including a Hideous Zippleback, Stormcutter, Deadly Nadder, Monstrous Nightmare, Gronckle, the rare Light Fury, and their adorable offspring, the Night Lights. This joyous scene is captured in stunning detail and is sure to remain in your imagination far longer than any drawing made in the shifting Viking sands. Each How to Draw Your Dragon Fine Art Print features an authorized, automated artist signature and an embossed Seal of Authenticity as a part of the limited edition of 500 pieces. This HTTYD movie collectible is a must-have for fans of the beloved animated trilogy. Awaken the legend of these majestic creatures with the How to Draw Your Dragon Fine Art Print by Heather Edwards today. Print details: Officially licensed by Universal  Limited edition of 500 26 x 18” fine art giclée print, approx 30 x 22.5” with frame 100% cotton, acid-free, certified archival matte Museo Rag 300GSM Epson archival inks a digital artist signature Embossed seal of authenticity *Print is wrapped and hand-rolled in acid free paper, inserted in a protective plastic sleeve, and shipped in a 4” diameter tube*   About the Artist:   Heather’s paintings are the product of decades of observation of people, environments, animals and textiles. Although she was not able to obtain a formal education in art, all her studies of the natural wo

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