That is one gorgeous horned lion.
Of all of them I love toothless....the black one in the middle foreground.Poor Chris. When it came to the other animals at least there were real models to go off of. It's not as if there is a definitive dragon. I mean just look at all the dragons in How to Tame Your Dragon, and these are only some of them.
But then that's why having things like the horns be props/conforming will be good. And looking at those tail morphs, it looks like you're having fun Chris.
How about a SNEATER Morph?
Feet are cool but would prefer jointee toes to grasp prey and rocky crags and tree limbs etc.
By the way, now that folks know what this base will look like, we need a name for him.
Any ideas for a name for this dragon? We have Kong for our Gorilla. Kitty for our Big Cat. Harry for our Horse. Sora for the anime type character for Dawn. But what should we name this dragon?
We also still need names for our House Cat and Doggy.
A couple quickie ideas.
Kevin (just cause)
Maybe these will get some ideas going.
Grin! Call him Grin and if a female Grinnie! Sorry haven't had my coffee yet.
I actually would not compare a Cockatrice to a Basilisk, aside from that both are mythological and are reported to turn other creatures to stone. Appearance wise they are very different. Where as a Basilisk is typically described or pictured as reptilian or serpentine in nature with varying number of legs (from 0 to 6 depending on mythological source), a Cockatrice is typically characterized by much more avian features, most often a demonic rooster of sorts complete with wings, feathers, a cockscomb, but also much more monstrous with razor sharp talons and beak. Much artwork tends to depict the Cockatrice in a much more Reptilian or even Draconic style at times though, and more modern encyclopedias and online references wrongly associate the name as another name for Basilisk. Sadly, as with many medieval and pre-medieval legends, it has become muddled and confused by passage almost exclusively through word of mouth. As with all mythological beasts, it was popular in heraldry.I had to look Cockatrice up JOdel, as I've never heard of it. The dictionary compared it to a Basilisk, which I remember from the Harry Potter books/movies.