hmmm... Not sure, both are strong but Sparx doesn't seem to be in this picture making Spyro vulnerable to damage. That is if Sparx is still used that way after "Enter the dragonfly" haven't played any after that.
You used the old designs for both of them? Lovely.
But sheep aren't magical creatures, I'm not sure why he would be protecting them, except I guess if it was a ranch population and spyro's "hunting" could lead to the discovery of dragons. c: </nitpick>
It would be nice if there was a oneshot or a short story based on this. But I'm still working on my Spyro/American Dragon fanfiction crossover as we speak. Never thought of the idea of those two not on the same side. Is that the old-school Spyro or the new one? Is it just me or is Spyro a little bit big? Let me know if I'm wrong.
The sheep looks kinda evil, though. Where are they at anyway? Somewhere in New York City or in one of the realms/homeworlds in the Spyro universe? It feels honoured for someone to do a fanart for the group.
~It would be nice if there was a oneshot or a short story based on this~ Good idea, might do that someday.
~Is that the old-school Spyro or the new one?~ tried to make the old one, find the new one a bit odd tbh, and I made him a bit more mature like, so a bit bigger body might be in place.
~The sheep looks kinda evil~ who knows what goes around in this sheep's mind. the world of magic remains a mystery. the scene takes place somewhere in American Canyons, that again gives a question what sheep are doing in a non-grassy environment?
If I was going to do a oneshot or a short story based on your picture, I'm not sure if I'll be able to find the time (due to working on "Spyro & Jake Long: Ripto's Revenge").
So... it's somewhere in New York City, isn't it? Yeah... some sheeps can be evil like those alien sheeps riding in UFOs from Spyro 2: Gateway To Glimmer (or Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage, in your case if you live in the ) and Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon.
I think I know why it's called Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon 'cause back in 2000, it's the year of the Dragon according to the Chinese Zodiac and it always comes every 12 years... just like what it says in the instruction booklet. I know a lot about the Zodiac, as long as I have it on my calendar. I even still have a poster of the Chinese Zodiac since that year. I think my father gave it to me and still have it stuck on my bedroom wall.