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    Dragons bigger than McFarlane Toys dragons?

    I like the imagination and detail present in the dragon series by McFarlane Toys, but . . . they're just too darn small.

    Does anyone make similar sculptures, but maybe two or three times larger?
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    I think WOTC makes a red dragon D&D miniature that's pretty big.

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    I don't remember the detail in that one approaching what McFarlane Toys has.

    Dragons bigger than McFarlane Toys dragons?

    The plastic fire really turned me off. I'm looking for something a bit more refined. Maybe such a thing doesn't exist?

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    McFarlane does have "special edition" dragons that are a bit bigger than the others. Like this one:

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    I'm planning on making some dragon sculptures but I am slow to getting around to them.
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    Hi there, don't know if this is any good to ya...
    I came across this satue at the tgs07 it was about 2 by 4 foot ish.
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    From what I could read it's the 'sky king' form the Monster Hunter game series.
    This was the site that was displayed with the statue gillgill.com (it's in japanese)
    I did find a smaller toy from various places.......
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    Good luck in your search, also check out dreamsorcerer's work, he's done a couple of dragons
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