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Polar Serpent . . This is my Polar Serpent. They are seen in the How to Train your DRAGON book 8. These dragons live in the coldest regions of the planet. Because of this they are rarely seen by vikings. This time I made an attempt at a scene. I built an ice-burge with some water around it and an unfortunate viking in a small boat. Hopefully my pictures will speak for themselves. I will show the dragon more clearly farther down the page. Here is a shot of the diorama without the dragon. Polar serpents are brilliant white and grey dragons. They are found around the north pole. They feed on polar bears, penguins, seals, whales, and the occasional viking. Here is the head. Please note the long narwhal-like horn. Polar serpents use this to gore their prey. I like the way it turned out. In the book I think the horn is meant to stick straight out of the dragons nose. I thought the forehead looked much cooler. Here is the set from the side. I used some of the pieces from the Ninjago Ice dragon. The sets is really very stable. I can put this dragon in many positions. Here are the legs. These creatures can climb easily up ice. I tried to do better on the body, legs and tail of this moc. I like the Polar Serpent's tail. It is the only part of the dragon that is covered in sharp spines. I used tons of those horn pieces. This dragon can smash ships, catapults, and vikings into splinters. This took me quite a while to get right. I hope you like it. Here are the wings. I tried to make them look better than the Exterminator's. The wings have little bit of texture. I tried to keep them white to avoid distraction with the body. Overall I like their shape and stability. Here is the underside of one of the arms. I tried to use some new techniques with this dragon. I hope you can see the minifig hands. These dragons, rather like penguins, slide on their stomachs. However, they can use their wings to windsurf. This allows them to reach high speeds before ramming into prey. Here are several shots of the Polar Serpent sliding. Here is a size comparison between the Polar Serpent and the Night Fury. Ironically Night Furies do not even exist in the books (which stinks!). Well thanks for looking. I don't have anymore dragons even partially completed, so it may be awhile before I post again. I really hope you like this deadly Dragon. Please rate and comment.


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