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Probably one of the most
frequently asked questions I get is where do the ideas for my pictures
and stories come from. The various myths and stories about
dragons from cultures all over the word
have fascinated me ever since I was a child. Now, as an adult I
have indulged my interest by drawing pictures and telling the stories
behind the pictures. I tend to do things backwards, it would seem.
Instead of writing the story and then drawing the picture, I draw the
picture first and then expand on the story the picture tells. My
stories involve what happens leading up to the scene in the picture or what
The name "Allaban Druegan" is an extremely
rough translation of a couple of Gaelic words: "allaban" meaning
wandering and "druegan" meaning dragon. So the Allaban
Druegan simply means "Wandering Dragons" which is a
reference to their status as being a "semi-nomadic" species. (In case you are
wondering I got these translations from
here by searching
the words "wandering" and "dragon.") And since every world,
species and culture... science fiction, fantasy,
or alternate reality... should have it's own history to be grounded in I have also started compiling a history for my stories.
So here is a little background information on the Allaban
Where They Came From