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Forbidden Friendship

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Not copied. I just rewatched the movie How to Train your Dragon yesterday ;u; and I loved it more than the 1st time I watched it lool dang Toothless is really hard to draw...Youtube replay : [Link]
Java Draw   Created Sep 19, 2011   640 x 460px    Unless noted Copyright 2011 Memories.

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Moonstar99  Jun 04, 2012

The guy almost looks real!

KaraKuraHero  Apr 25, 2012

ok i need to stop commenting in your gallery!!!! gah i can't help it, i like this movie too!! great job with his dragon, i like how his eyes turned out :)

fatty_pompom  Dec 29, 2011

This is awesome. I loved that movie.

DoctorLlamaLemon  Nov 23, 2011

WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW. I love that movie and that's cool how you did it from memory!

bosterix  Nov 22, 2011

Excellent work!! 5 h

rei_619  Nov 12, 2011

his leg never survive that explosion the giant dragon is nothing more than live mobile nuclear bomb i like the hammering eye part its so hilarious i hope they continue the next book sequel how to be pirate onto the 9 book how to steal dragon sword

rei_619  Nov 12, 2011

i never watch this before until they aired it on HBO yesterday cant believe it toothless is so cute and cant fly without that contraption and that red dragon looks like rathalos and that dragon on the volcano its freaking enormous

gingerx  Nov 11, 2011

watched the film too. its awesome :)

smile13  Nov 06, 2011

This drawing is totally awesome!!

linkreaper1987  Oct 13, 2011

best movie ever X3 5.5 and faves!! :D I love the coloring and the clouds!! :D

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