"Don't point that stupid toy at me, you dog on two legs! I Could burn it out of your hand before you could possibly do anything with it anyway. I want you to go back through that portal and find me the Key of Sarumek. Use your pathetic powers; ask your little magician friends; do whatever you have to do, but find out where it is and return to me by sundown tomorrow with good news or you KNOW what I will do..."
Oh, I felt a story coming on. Probably not what you had in mind when you composed this magnificent work, but we writers train ourselves to record whatever inspires us. I see a basic image and idea, but then I see so many little details- I like the parallel rows of spines on the dragon's back next to the main ones; the glow of light in Lord Kyroth's mouth; the little row of ribs sticking out of the water; the white glow of the portal behind the magician. Not perhaps the most original scene, but well executed.
"Who has summoned me? Was it you, Human Mage? Speak, boy; an Elder Dragon asked you a question!"
"You are correct, great creature! I am indeed the one who called you forth."
"Congratulations, then; summoning one such as me is quite the feat. Quite the magical talent you have...how interesting. I take it you have some reason for calling me forth? I hope it is a good one. For YOUR sake."
"Then your hopes are met. There is a certain city over the mountains in the sights of a mercenary band. The walls are said to be impenetrable, and its riches uncountable."
"And what role would YOU be playing, hmm? Offense or defense?"
"Neither. I am...a wild card in such a fight, with a...personal stake in both the city AND the mercenaries and their client."
"A lone Mage against both sides in an epic struggle? My, my; how interesting! Yes, you Humans are such fascinating creatures! You have my aid, Summoner! Let's set out before the fun starts without us!"
Not bored just found you. Also if they're all as awesome as this then I see no boredom on the horizon. I love the style it's quite realistic in theme, serious as opposed to juvenile whilst maintaining the wonder of fantasy art. I think it's the colour pallate, and the sharp edges on many of the features.