Air Dominance! by Swidhelm ()
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Okay, I think its evident that I have a bit of animosity towards the daz dragon :P heh. Despite the fact that I do love that dragon. It was a HUGE improvement over the old zygote one. And they continue to make it better. They just need to adress the membranes, heh, but that's my opinion.
Anyways, debated on what to post next. This is something I'd been toying with for a little while. Still haven't got my old pc back together, so I still haven't repaired the grouping issue, but hopefully I'll get the time to do that soon and can wrap this guy up for beta.
Thanks for looking, and thanks for the kind words towards this beast so far.
PS. Just like to add that the painting that keeps getting mentioned--if its the one I think it is--was painted by Jeff Easly. It's on the cover of a TSR art book as well as have graced Dragon Magazine many more times than once. May also have been the cover for The Legend Of Huma of the Dragon Lance series, but its been a while. I can't recall.
Just thought I'd toss that out there. :)
Image Comments (33)
It's not just the wings, it's the whole dragon that's been reworked. Truly this is a next-generation dragon!!!! The look of it, it's says menacing, I am the destroyer, I am the God of the sky. This is beyond awesome, it's just incredible! Swidhelm you're the Man!!!!!!!
Some people think this is a Wyvern, it's not. It's similiar in body shape, but make not mistakes, this is a DRAGON. Not sure the wyverns can breathe fire. Rent Dragonslayer and you'll see what I mean. With every image you make, I want this dragon more and more. Believe me, I love Daz's dragon, but it will be great to have a new and different species to play with. Now all we need is a saddle and we'll be all set. By the way, have you looked at McFarlane Toy's line of Dragons? Great inspiration can be found there. Not that it seems you need it.