Discussion in 'Show Me The Honey' started by Chris, May 21, 2016.
Here's another option with the Chihuahua and Dragon with short snout.
Although, you could put a combo of fur and scales on him for a neat effect around the snout and eyes and feet and use like an Ocelot texture. Really Fun!!
Dachshund morph and a lion's mane (recolored) for something Asian-styled. Not the grand Imperial sort, but a kind of pocket-dragon (or sleeve dragon, more likely)
I really do like the cross-morphinc capability. As most people know, I do a lot of illos for Potterfics. I would be really chuffed to be able to design stable morph recipes for Hebridean Blacks, Welsh Greens, Peruvian Vipertooths, Sweedish Snortsnouts, and what all.
That sounds like a pretty kewl Foo Dog?
I like your thinking with the dragon stables! Would that would be called an aerie?
Very cool...I can see a lot of fantasy animals being able to be created here.
Chris, do you think it would be possible to have a short neck option on the dragon?
I like the idea of combining the dragon with other creatures, but I'd also like to be able to have the neck shorter.
Love the combinations!
Sure. Just made you this one.
Looking great Chris!
This could be a really fun theme for a contest or render challenge.
Oh . . . What kind of flying fantasy animal can YOU come up with? Now that would be a great theme.
Or possibly how whimsical a creature can you create?
I keep seeing visions of Pokemon type characters.
Kilala Kitty Form
Kilala Demon form
• Emaciated and/or Skeletal
• Cobra Hood (would probably also need to be on neck to look correct)
• Fin/Sea Creature
• Needle Like
• Serpent Fangs
• Double Row (like shark)
I wish I had decent modeling and rigging skills because I have a bunch of cool ideas for accessories, like Mains, Feather Crests, Fins, Beards, Tentacle crests, etc...
I think I have some ideas on some mats for those.
Kage, did you see the replies in the Backgrounds thread?
Back to rendering!
Yes! There ya go.
and Sora and Tina and Tommy.
yes, just haven't responded yet.
Well, since you're 3/4's of the way there anyway... shrink the back end, get rid of the neck, add some fangs and reattach the wings and you got a bat.
YAY Eclark! a flying fox! (we have them here and I haven't been able to find that kind of 3D bat so would be AWESOME to add to my slow growing list of Aussie animals!)
I guess a stable of dragons probably would be an aerie (eyrie?). But by stable, I meant being able to actually build a recipe for each breed. After all, why should i be the only one to use them?
There has been a lot of discussion over the years on what to call a gathering of dragons. The answer it seems depends on the source or fictional setting a great deal. Some of my favorites though, are:
• Clutch or Brood for hatchlings or eggs.
• Flight, Wing, or Cloud for a gathering of adult dragons are the more common terms used.
• Clan, if it is a family or tribe of intelligent dragons
• Dignity, or Circle, if the dragons are very old and sentient, as they are very wise and often in a ruler-ship or advisory position.
My own personal use in the Whyrmwood Cycle - It was a Cycle of dragons, a pestilence a thousand thousand years in the making.
Just my thoughts.