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Toothless the Nightfury . This is "Toothless" and "Hiccup" from the Dreamworks film "How to Train your Dragon" The film is also a loosely-based book adaptation. . Music! It has been a month and a half since "How to Train your Dragon" came out, and I must have been the last humankind to have first seen it a month ago (It took me a month to build. I blame my long bricklink order) After watching it I was overcome with inspiration and wanted to make the life-sized dragon called "Toothless". But I found it very complicated to build, especially the head, so there will be NO instructions (or I will hunt you down -sarcasm) For some background scenery, I added a small portion of the canyon from the movie. Possibly one of my favorite scenes from the movie, where the two get closely acquainted with each other in their "forbidden frienship". A wider shot of the canyon. Dragon's don't eat people, they eat fish! A new harness! ...or is it briefcase?? And what's up with Hiccup's chest harness? How weird is that. Toothless also reminds of me of some SCIFI stealth fighter that moves unseen through space, shooting a powerful energy weapon at an unsuspecting target. Hmmm... great idea! But for another time. A close up shot of Hiccup and Toothless. This is the back shot of the Nightfury. Knowing that the dragon's prosthetic wing was a leathery color I couldn't find any "brown" wings, so a red wing sufficed. Here is one of my early renditions for the dragon's complex tail. Since Dreamworks WILL be making a sequel (yay!) I will be making more Lego built dragons in the future (maybe even a Boneknapper?) Rate and Comment (as well as any ideas you want to share)


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