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Au Kuang - Dragon King of the East Sea by GENZOMAN Au Kuang - Dragon King of the East Sea by GENZOMAN
Hi there guys! This is an old image, near 2006 or so. Chinese dragons, maybe you like them :) this guys appear in Journey to the west!
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Au Kuang (敖广 or 敖光) is the Dragon King of the East Sea in Chinese mythology. He appeared in different works including Fengshen Yanyi and Journey to the West.

In Fengshen Yanyi, following the passage of many years, Ao Guang had brought chaos to the world by forming droughts, storms, and other disasters. Due to the people's immense fear of the dragon king and his sons, they never reported Ao Guang's actions to the Jade Emperor. Thus, Ao Guang enjoyed countless offerings by the people throughout a time interval of many years. Thereafter, Nezha cleansed himself at a neighboring stream of the East Sea, causing Ao Guang's palace to shake at an annoying level. After Ao Guang's favorite investigator Li Gen and third son Ao Bing were both killed by the hands of Nezha, Ao Guang set out to talk to Nezha's father, Li Jing. After discussing the matter with his friend for a long period of time in a state of great anger, he ascended to the heavens to state the issue to the Jade Emperor. When Nezha appeared in heaven, he began to beat Ao Guang very violently, even tearing scales from his skin and causing him to bleed. Therefore Ao Guang was forced to turn himself into a small snake and come with Nezha back to the Old Pond Pass to forget about the incident completely.

Later, Ao Guang, along with three other dragon kings, comes to Old Pond Pass and takes both Li Jing and his wife Lady Yin. Nezha, wishing to free them, offers the dragons all of his internal organs in exchange for his parents. Ao Kuang personally agrees to Nezha's resolution with happiness and brings his internal organs to the Jade Emperor. Following this point, Ao Guang's fate is unknown.

In Journey to the West, Sun Wukong obtained Ruyi Jingu Bang, his magically-expanding, gold-ringed iron rod weapon, from Ao Guang. This weapon was originally a stick for measuring sea water depth by Da Yu in his flood control and treatment efforts; hence its ability to vary its shape and length. After Da Yu left, it remained in the sea and became the "Pillar holding down the sea", an unmovable treasure of the undersea palace of the Ao Guang.

One of Wukong's senior advisors had told him to seek out the dragon-king in order to get a powerful weapon befitting his skill. In the dragon palace, he tried out several kinds of heavenly weapons, many of which bent or completely broke as he wielded them. Ao Guang's wife then suggested Ruyi Jingu Bang, thinking he would not be able to lift it. When Wukong neared the pillar, it began to glow, signifying that the monkey king was its true owner. It obediently listened to his commands and shrank to a manageable size so Wukong could wield it effectively. This awed the dragons and threw the sea into confusion, the monkey king having removed the only thing controlling the ebb and flow of the ocean's tides. In addition to the magic staff, Wukong also forced Ao Guang to give him other magical gifts; including golden chain mail, a phoenix-feather cap, and cloud-walking boots.
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RyujinOrientalis666 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014
Just awesome
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Ellimanist Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014
A MIGHTY STORM!!!
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StormSketch Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Does this mean you could be doing one of Sun Wukong? o:
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JosephCharaba23 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Student Photographer
Awesome
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Zimzky Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Student Photographer
Isn't his name Ao Kuang not Au Kuang? Im kinda picky :P

WOuld also appreciate if you would sometime do some Norse Mythology stuff :)
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superpika293 Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
He has done Norse mythology. Look through his older pictures..
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Spare74 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
Well it happens that all of your "gods arts" looks terrific !
So would you be okay with allowing me to use some of them, without me asking on every single one ?
That would be great !

If you have any question about my project just mp me :)

Thanks
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Runamanty Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014
exelente dibujo ese, Fan de Genzo y de MyL forever lml
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lolman77 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013
a mighty storm
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nangarus Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013
brilliant

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