Happy New Year!

Can you see the numbers in their silhouettes? Here is my illustration to wish the end of the pandemic for 2021. Let's hope it will happen. Happy New Year!

Playing with the numbers for drawing the first artwork of the year is a little tradition I maintain since 2009. You can find the previous artworks here.

License: "Happy New Year!" by David Revoy − CC-BY 4.0
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link valvin Contributor,

Happy new year 😃
I wish these dragons win the battle quickly ⚔️

link Pip  

Awesome, I was hoping you wouldn't miss this year :)

link Jérochat  

Nice !
Happy New Year too :)
Make me think of "The Wounded Angel" by Simberg, for the direct looking-at-us of one of the dragon.

link David Revoy Author,

Thanks! wow, the composition is really similar, that's troubling. Also, very interesting article on Wikipedia (as always):
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wounded_Angel thanks for make me discover this painting and the artist!

link David Revoy Author,

Thank you Pip!

link David Revoy Author,

Happy new year to you too!

link Jérochat  

I've read the article. I had seen this painting (that I really like) during a guided visit in Helsinki, but it seems that I had forgotten some details about it. So thanks for the suggestion !

link Châu  

Finite number unique way draw stuff (very large number but not infinite). Many people draw similar stuff independent, people never see other people's art. In comics, think how way can pose/draw superhero fight, fly, etc. I guess several 100, but if have 10 000 artist draw comics, many pose like look similar.

link Chance  

Thank you for all your hard work David. You are an asset to humanity. I love your style and your spirit. So happy to have stumbled across your work. Please keep it up...you make the world a more beautiful place. Happy New Year!

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