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Swidhelm
Member Since Mar 28, 2001
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Okay this gives more away about the wings. Something I was also reluctant to do, but then this kind of membrane isn't for everyone. I won't say what it is, but I'm sure many can guess. But note that is not the only option.

This is the Skywyrm, a wingspan that can carry it's weight in the air, and a long tail to balance him when he's on the ground. I'm largely posting these images now for two reasons. One, being to begin building a bit of hype, and two to motivate me to finish it so that I can market it.

This is what I hope to be the first in a series of dragons, of varying kinds. This particualr one, the Skywyrm here you'll note borrows much of the wing design from reign of fire which means it doesn't fold right up like a bat might. There will be others down the road like that though. This guy instead when he is on the ground uses his wings to walk on, but also shield his body, as they extend down to his tail when up next to him.

Anyways, I could go one for a long while about this beast, but I won't. Heh, at least not yet. There will be many more revealing shots as I go along. I have many renders I've already made, and will make many more. No head close up just yet. He can be shy . . . as you can see here just waking him makes him a Grumpy Guss. :P Surly to be sure.

Cheers, thanks for looking,
Swidhelm
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Jan 12, 2008 12:27:17 pm
awesome bro! awesome! but then you knew that anyway! LOL

by kirisute Homepage »

Jan 12, 2008 12:30:35 pm
Superbly creative!

by Tavia3D Homepage »

Jan 12, 2008 12:58:30 pm
I can almost feel the heat of my face. Awesome image!

by shonsu Homepage »

Jan 12, 2008 1:00:26 pm
Dynamic wing membranes?

Must have.

by Forevernyt Homepage »

Jan 12, 2008 3:29:19 pm
Wow, I love your dragon very much ! I have never made a picture with a dragon because I don't like the actually models...
Perharps with yours, I can change my opinion ! :-)
(sorry if my english is bad... :-D )

by Vehemel Homepage »

Jan 12, 2008 4:44:59 pm
Wicked! the lighting and fire effect are right on.
The detail of the wings is second to none.
I know we haven't seen a nice close up of the head yet, but what I can see from the smaller images looks just as good.
The overall design is really sound.... and I think that's what makes him seem so realistic.

If all the dragons turn out this good,
you can count on me to buy every one of them :)

by blbarrett Homepage »

Jan 12, 2008 5:18:02 pm
"WOW" I tell you, zooming in on this baby is incredible!!!!!! the lights shadowing our incredible! I'm like Vehemel, I'm not a big fan of the other Dragon models that are out there. But thanks to this guy my opinion has changed! Superb work!

by 45Cool Homepage »

Jan 14, 2008 12:03:52 am
He looks pissed alright!

by Velshtein Homepage »

Jan 14, 2008 3:34:50 am
He/she looks even better this close up and I think Forevernyt must be on to the special feature, the textures/bump mapping looks superb and top work on the fire.

by chrispoole Homepage »

Jan 15, 2008 11:17:56 pm
You certainly know how to market, my friend ;) Now, just get it done so you can start on number two *whip*

by Verias Homepage »

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