This is probably will be My last generation Articulated Dragon which sum up each Features from my previous articulated dragon projects.
Basic structure from Articulated Dragoness
Wing System concepts from Wym
Ball and head Design and scales concepts from Sea serpent
Speacial thank to the Dragonology by Mag-net for taking reference of general appearance of dragon.
Special thanks to Bq-labs and their great Braq the dragon as i take reference for basic articulated dragon structure.
As built to be Direct sequel to my first articulatd dragoness, this one was smaller and impoved flexibility on neck and belly and longer tail comprare to the older one.
Size is About 320mm Long 160mm Height Without Wing length and 345mm Tall with Wing spreaded upward.
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