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    How interesting, Eragon was on TV just the other day. Question: Does the rider need to be human or will humanoid do?


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    The rider should be human.

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    Getting there designwise.
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    As the character's look is derived from her mount, I decided to make the dragon first. Trying for a less traditional dragon look, I looked at rattlesnakes and bats with a touch of baribusa for the head. Not sure its far enough from the traditional yet though...

    ChoW#282 :: Dragon Rider
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    Sweet!!
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    Pixeltuner Looking good man, the right arm is way to short though.

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    Well this is going to be my first CoW entry! At this point I am looking for a direction to head. I am first going to design the armor for my character and then base the dragon off of that. It makes sense to me since they are supposed to be thematically matching.

    So here are 3 really rough designs, I am only doing the upper half for now, the gauntlets and treads will come after. I just want to get a basic feel for a design first. So far, I like all of them, but I may end up combining certain elements together to come up with a final design. Any opinions?

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    Some variation/tweaking.

    JPerols: Woops, good find. Fixed ^_^
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    Made a start, but not sure if it's too Derivative...
    My Sketchbook Please have a lookie...

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    Another tweak. Probably 'll work on the dragon now to get some fresh perspective later on.
    Tuner people, not Turner.

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    Only one week for two characters!?! Hop that April 1 deadline date is just a good April fools joke...

    Been scribbling ideas like a madman and totally want to jump into this challenge - its so good!
    Striving to be the best that is possible before I conk into the grave.

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    Draaaagon.
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    This is Yorrisan, great things were expected of him, he was to become one of the king's elite dragon-guard at the age of 18, but he never had been the sort to take killing blows for people.
    So, when he found himself standing by his king's side, in his first battle, without his dragon, with a fusillade of arrows speeding towards him, with only a split second to make a decision, there was only one thing he could do to ensure survival. And that was to duck behind the king and cover his head with his hands.
    Yorrisan is not a coward, but he's not an idiot either. He had the rest of dragon-guard on his back for years, but fighting them off one by one has made him an extremely proficient dragon killer/bounty hunter. Not having an aversion to hiding behind a rock until the noise stops and his singular lack of anything resembling a heroic streak is helping Yorrisan and his dragon build up a fearsome reputation and a large fortune, with which he hopes to retire so he can live in peace and comfort with his dragon Steven.

    couldn't help coming up with a story :D
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    Barefoot, does your Steven also not get Abstract paintings but like it?

    Sorry, I saw Steven and I got the Cat Chow commercial in my head...even though the cat's name is Stephen...
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    @Pixelturner: I like the 1st outfit with the blue hair, makes some nice contrast with the rediness of the pic .Awesome work anyways !

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