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Main : ! 3D Art ! : Fantasy :  mountain Dragon

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mountain Dragon
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SubmitterObsidianMore Photos from Obsidian   Last Update2013/10/9 6:16
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Mountain Dragons are the largest of all dragons and are feared on every world on which they exist. At nearly 400 feet in length these mighty predators are incredibly intelligent and capable of leveling small settlements and outposts. Their tough hides are as durable as Mythril and are considered a non-conventional material and are thus practically unaffected by conventional weapons. These immense creatures breath fire like so many of their brethren with devastating effect. Their powerful teeth and claws are capable of mangling armored vehicles and their maw is large enough to swallow horses and other equines whole. On many worlds where they once thrived only skeletal remains can be found. Armies of Mages have been used to wipe out most of these creatures on many worlds, Mages being the one of the few creatures capable of bringing these creatures down

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Obsidian
Posted: 2013/10/10 17:12  Updated: 2013/10/10 17:12
thug
Joined: 2012/12/23
From: Oxford Michigan
Posts: 1015
 Re: mountain Dragon
It's actually due to great lighting techniques I picked up from Dreamlight and the fact that I used a displacement map with the bump map.
Dark Wanderer
Posted: 2013/10/10 4:27  Updated: 2013/10/10 4:27
The Metal Shinigami (Moderator)
Joined: 2004/12/6
From: Kentucky
Posts: 5150
 Re: mountain Dragon
out of the 3, i like this one best. the texture bump map is more prominent giving the scales more depth and detail,making it look more life like.
Obsidian
Posted: 2013/10/9 8:18  Updated: 2013/10/9 8:18
thug
Joined: 2012/12/23
From: Oxford Michigan
Posts: 1015
 Re: mountain Dragon
I really like how this came out and I'm getting fast at this, it only took about 45 minutes from concept to render...I love Dreamlight's lighting techniques...the classes were worth every penny.
Machobubba
Posted: 2013/10/9 6:49  Updated: 2013/10/9 6:49
Herald
Joined: 2009/10/8
From: Residing Philadelpihia, From New Jersey
Posts: 1755
 Re: mountain Dragon
WOW!!! This is an outstanding scene....