I called in sick to work yesterday--needed a sanity day. And in that time, and some of today, I modeled, mapped, textured, and rigged this little bugger. I still have to create morphs, some pose sets, and pre-simmed props, but for a day and a half of work . . . I feel like I accomplished something, heh.
The amazing trees in the foreground there are from Flink, the Dragon Fly is Noggin's from Daz3d. The grass is from Bigbraader, I believe in the free stuff here. It's been a while.
This dragon, even though I don't have an adult version yet--though I will--is not very big at all. He could sit on Mike's shoulder. He'd be a little big for that, but he could get away with it. So the scale isn't quite accurate in this pic, unless that was a very large dragon fly, but all the same, it's not a large dragon by any means.
Wings, as always are dynamic. Pretty strait forward too.
Anyways, thanks for looking.
Production CreditsFlink - Flinks Tree 3 - Oak
Jul 4, 2011 9:47:15 pmby Colin Homepage »
Terrific work, Darrin! The wedge-shaped face is reminiscent of a 'how to train your' dragon, (which I still haven't seen, but I thought was a neat novel 'look' for a dragon; and the size is like Dany's hatchlings in Game of Thrones (oops - spoiler!)
I'll be watching for this!