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Dragon of Mozchopz

Postby Kalah » Mar 15 2015, 18:12

A great piece of art from <b>Mozchopz</b>; a dragon skeleton for the upcoming <i>Heroes VII</i> game.

<p>You can see more of the artist's work on his <a href="http://m0zch0ps.deviantart.com/">DeviantArt</a> or <a href="https://www.facebook.com/mozchops.doodles">Facebook</a> page.

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Postby Skullmane » Mar 15 2015, 21:00

Poor thing seems to be missing half his ribs.

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Postby BB Shockwave » Mar 17 2015, 22:15

Somebody needs to teach this guy some anatomy... ribs do not go all the way down to the pelvis!!! This is a 4-legged reptile, not a snake. And there are NO ribs beyond the pelvis on any animal...

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Postby Panda Tar » Mar 17 2015, 22:43

Still, better than the 3D rendered unit. :D
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Postby Romanov77 » Mar 18 2015, 10:05

Shockwave, are you a certified expert in dragon anatomy?
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Postby Bandobras Took » Mar 19 2015, 6:15

Given that I was around for 4th Edition D&D, I was going to ask him what proof he had that Dragons are reptiles. :)
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Postby BB Shockwave » Mar 22 2015, 23:44

Romanov77 - actually, yes. Unlike Bandobras Took, I was around during 2E AD&D, even. Whether in Heroes, dragons are reptiles or not, they are vertebrates, and no vertebrate has, well, vertebrae where this thing has.

here, take a look at a frilled lizard's skeleton:
https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7151/6655423483_5e2afc25fc_b.jpg

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Re: Dragon of Mozchopz

Postby Tress » Mar 23 2015, 7:42

BB Shockwave wrote:Romanov77 - actually, yes. Unlike Bandobras Took, I was around during 2E AD&D, even. Whether in Heroes, dragons are reptiles or not, they are vertebrates, and no vertebrate has, well, vertebrae where this thing has.



here, take a look at a frilled lizard's skeleton:

https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7151/6655423483_5e2afc25fc_b.jpg


Yup artistic anatomy of fictional creature is certainly game breaking thing....


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