Thursday, November 4, 2010

Name That Dragon! Round 2

Here is dragon #2




This is a female, warm-blooded sea-serpent. Name that dragon!

Yesterday's winner can be found by scrolling down to yesterday's post. See how it works? The winner's dragon name gets added to the artwork--with their commenter name, in this case, "Anonymous." The judges were adamant, "O Mighty and Great Keeper of the Honored Rocks" was their clear choice. I thought all of the names were great--they each add so much drama and personality to the dragon. Keep them coming, this is fun!

Oh, by the way, cutoff for entries is 8 PM Mountain Time (after that the judges go to bed.) We got some good ones late last night, but had already chosen the day's name.

And congratulations, Anonymous commenter.

23 comments:

Nelal Hurcran said...

For some reason she looks like a

"Shom'eshta"

Don't ask me where it came from. It's too late for coherent thought.

Platypus said...

Pelagius.

Jodi said...

I think Janet
hmmmmm...
or maybe Odia.

Q said...

Slurpey.

Snail said...

Cydaeia

buttercup said...

My vote is for Cerulian.
My 11-yr-old daughter's vote is Swashbucket.
My 7-year-old daughter's vote is Circle.
My 10-yr-old daughter's vote is Sea-Lily

Ryno said...

Atlantis

Mickey said...

Narinah, Sharidieva,or The Soggy One.
Yep.

Sarah C. said...

Cutting Seal Dragon--Jack

Fiona said...

Slimy McGoober-Pants

victoria said...

Lyrra

edith said...

Fastitocalon--Medieval name of a sea monster. It's a form of Aspidochelone, of course.
Or there's the wv--Ingnos.

bob-0 said...

spitsonious

John Ferguson said...

Sameesa.

Before the Time of Ash, Sameesa lived with her Pod in the great lake, Shr Serpente. When the sky turned black and silt poured into the lake killing the fish and plants, she lead a pod of serpents through dark underground caves, along treacherous rapids, and even across dry land to the safety of the mighty Rhe Nalthed river. They have been known to help stranded sailors and seeing a serpent is considered good luck.

Chris said...

Elisuseth
(she goes by Susy)

itinerd said...

Sully... Like the big blue monster from Monsters Inc, but this one is a girl.

Allegra said...

Why not Elarshatha?

Nonie said...

Hmm...Anna-Karenina?

Juliana said...

Suggestions from my twins:

Thomas says: Blue
Elijah says: Blue Horse
I say: Queen Aqualine (pronounced Aqua-leen, so it rhymes)

edith said...

This is anika:

shilana oana (shee--lah--na ohh- ahh--na)


plus she goes reeeeh reeeh

Anonymous said...

Xi'ar

Will Strong said...

Cecily. For sure.

Greg and Leigh said...

Aquamaria