This was inspired by Christopher Paolini's Books the Inheritance Cycle. His dragons would be every hue of the color they were. ( @ GREYSON: THIS TIME THERE IS SUPPOSED TO BE ALL SHADES OF GREEN) and also inspired by Pokemon and the way they look.
How to Train your Dragon:
Not from the movie but a generalization. Build us a scene depicting your “hero” training his dragon. Is he successful or is the dragon just going to eat him and be done with it? Or maybe dragons are the new “dogs” of your world and you’re simply trying to get him to relieve himself on the paper instead of your couch this time? So show us your best depiction of training a dragon, whatever that may be.
How to Train your Dragon? Teach him to recognize enemies from friends and set him lose and hope for the best!
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I have never attempted a full dragon before. I did make one dragon head for last years ma which can be seen Here but This is my first full dragon. I had fun with this and it was a good learning experience. Green was my only shade I could find that i had a majority of pieces other than bricks to utilize for details. So I decided to make a leaf dragon. The colors were inspired by Firnen the Dragon from Christopher Paolini's book Inheritance. The dragons in his books have all the shades of their color on their body henceforth the lime green dark green forest green mix. Then I was inspired by pokemon and their natural looks to make the leafy parts. This was over all a very fun but frustrating build. Also please excuse the crappy pictures. My Camera is the most basic 08 nikon camera you can get soooo yeah lol.