There is a button to the right of this deviation, 'prints' you can select
Sizes ect. Even get it framed. There's no need to ask unless you were asking to print at home, then what's the reason for the button? It's not right to save the picture and print on your time, the artists wouldn't be paid for the great work they have made
She's beautiful, I wish I can have a girl like that but not just any kind of cobra, a king cobra, a female king cobra naga as my girlfriend and soon become my perfect wife. Then we can have kids together and play together and eat together and sleep together. That would be wonderful.
Wow! All the colours in this are gorgeous. I love her expression too - it's very striking! This is the sort of creature I envision when I hear "naga". Not a lot of artists portray it this way though. Beautiful job!
That's so based on D&D... read some about the Majábharata, there is more info about the Nága. In the tale of Ananta Shesla, she is pictored as a 'thousand-head snake'; And thre's also the tale about the Nága versus the Garuda... in D&D they are snakes with a womans head.
And the Lamia is a Greek Myth, there are no ''Lamias'', only one, and only in one picture she is portrayed as a Snake (For being related to evil, for she ate her offspring).
Really, I don't mind comments, but the truth isnt held in video games or anime, and fantasy is all about twisting and playing with ancients myths and folk
This is great, though I didn't think it as much as a naga as a... I don't know what it's called when you're half human, half sea snake. Either way, I love the colors and design, not to mention that twist of her tail.