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

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Dragon Arctic
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SubmitterObsidianMore Photos from Obsidian   Last Update2013/11/13 23:32
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The Arctic Dragon is a fearsome predator, it's dark scales and white fur make for a bright contrast against the snowy plains of the regions these great creatures call home. Their diet is primarily Sea lions and Orca but they have been known to attack Polar bears and other large mammals. They are capable of spewing forth a stream of liquid nitrogen that can instantly freeze even the most durable materials rendering them as brittle as fine crystal. Their body temperature remains at a constant 50 degrees below zero Fahrenheit.  Although they are fierce predators they have shown a tendency to befriend Solarans and other sentient species protecting them from attacks by other predators. As one might suspect they are quite susceptible to warm temperatures and fire based attacks even temperatures about 40 degrees Fahrenheit can be lethal over a long duration.

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MeterMan
Posted: 2013/11/14 13:08  Updated: 2013/11/14 13:08
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 Re: Dragon Arctic
I think you are creating some pretty good images.I hope you can take critique. I'm enjoying the dragon series but the images them selves are not coming across very 3D If you experiment more with lighting and creating realistic shadows as well as working on the ideas of focal point and depth of field of view. These images would turn from pretty good to fantastic. Good luck to you I hope you take my advice. MM