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    Lookin' good FF! The head looks great and I really like the positioning of the armature so far.
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    looking so good so far man,the armature of the body looks great,congratulations.
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    thanks for commenting, here I leave, some pics of progress of my dragon:


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    I like this. Really looking forwards to see where you take it. Fact is I would like to see this one done without wings. Like a water dragon or something similar. That would be cool :-)
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    I think what Vermis is suggesting is that while it is fantasy you can try to create a feel of structure as in attempt to make muscles similar to how they work on real life critters. Lizards for example or even dino bones might help.

    Is the head baked yet? If no the texture is fine and I doubt you will even need a solvent. If it is baked and you can melt texture with solvent that's new to me. So far though I like how it's shaping up.
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    True dat. I've stuck up an updated and slightly more concise essay/complaint/rant on my sketchbook. Keep most of the bitching and fighting out of this thread.

    Ah. The old roof shingles have turned up. Why?
    Last edited by Vermis; May 21st, 2010 at 05:18 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vermis View Post
    True dat. I've stuck up an updated and slightly more concise essay/complaint/rant on my sketchbook. Keep most of the bitching and fighting out of this thread.

    Ah. The old roof shingles have turned up. Why?

    Wooow I realize that you really love dragons (dracofilia or so), but do not worry, I will make a dragon that makes me feel proud, just me, hehehe joke,I´ll try to do my best, thanks for comment.
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    Even at the early stages there is allready so much 'motion' going on bringing it to life. Keep it up my friend.
    So, where will your imagination take you today?...
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    This is a pretty neat looking dragon so far, got a lot of personality going. Looking forward to seeing it coming together!
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    Well ,thanks a lot for comments, more pics of progress:


    "Choppy the dragon" in sculpey wip (STARTING THE BODY)
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    Hey, it's been awhile since we have seen you. I like where you are going with this. I like the neck treatment.... I could see that going all the way to the tail.
    And I like what you did to the foot. Nice texture.
    Hey,,, whats up with Dorthey and Co,

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    Love the dragon - its got a nice lizard-y feel to it.
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    Hey, finally an update on this guy! Looking cool.
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