I much prefer this green(and the non-ancient green) to the dnd one. The DnD one just has such a silly looking horn, while this one looks, well, cool. In fact, I think the only dragon you've ever made I do not like is the bronze, because of its odd head(looks... bald, for lack of a better term), but other then that, they are all great.
I dare to say he looks bald to his face, I double dare you
Thanks for your great feed back, I do like the body design of the Bronze but unfortunately there was some initial design work of his head done by another artist, but saying that I would like another crack at how I interpreted it.
The body looks great, I love the fish-esque design on the tail. The head really is the only thing I do not like about it. I would love to see an interpretation wholely by you in the future, a head matching the body would be awesome, perhaps following the marine(or so I assume it is) theme.
I have worked with Wayne, and you can't really work on the Pathfinder Setting/Game without being influenced by his design, it is everywhere. I also think we have a similar aesthetic and blend of fantasy meets reality.
In some ways having the wings restricted mean you can focus the image on the design and character of the body and head of the dragon which can help create a more interesting image, but saying that seeing some of these guys on the rampage wold be awesome!
Nice image but the wing position obscures the profile of the head. I noticed the same thing with one of your blue dragons. Given that they both are basically one color, this makes it hard to see an exotic shape or appreciate your fine work