Have you ever thought of doing a crouching young/baby dragon similar to the crouching griff chick?

Home Forums Windstone Editions Ask Melody Have you ever thought of doing a crouching young/baby dragon similar to the crouching griff chick?

Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #507059
    Patricia
    Participant

    Melody,
    I was just thinking how cute you could get a young dragon in a playful stance like the crouching griff chick and wondered if you had ever thought about doing/trying it. I think it would be adorable. 🙂

    While hiding somewhere in my head I'm on the lookout for white oriental dragons! Please let me know if you know of any available. Thank you!

    #910166
    Kiya
    Participant

    Oh my, that would be super cute!!!

    #910179
    Kim
    Blocked

    I had asked about that before and I think others before me had mentioned it too but I don’t think mine that was posted was ever answered so I am still wondering too.

    Looking for rainbow or pink & teal grab bags!

    #910187
    darjeb
    Participant

    Yes that would be great

    #910192
    Melody
    Keymaster

    Melody,
    I was just thinking how cute you could get a young dragon in a playful stance like the crouching griff chick and wondered if you had ever thought about doing/trying it. I think it would be adorable. 🙂

    Yep. I’ve got a concept sketch somewhere. If I can find it, I’ll post it on the blog.

    #910227
    Kim
    Blocked

    That would be cool to see!

    Looking for rainbow or pink & teal grab bags!

    #910250
    rachelled
    Participant

    I would also love to see that sketch!

    #910783
    etruscan
    Participant

    After a bit of searching I found a similar discussion in 2007, though then it was being called a crouching fledgling as a counterpart to the sitting fledgling – “The poses of the sitting fledgling and griffin chick are so similar; it would be neat to have a fledgling to match the crouching chick.”

    I found Melody’s response very interesting:
    “AHH…you have noticed that I often do several “species” of creature off of the same concept sketch!
    I used the female griffin pose for the old warrior,the lap and the cement dragon we haven’t made yet, because I thought we would never do the fem. griffin..
    I used the hippocampus pose for the pyo griffin, which was originally the flion sketch;
    -The crouching griffin concept sketch was the one I used for the young oriental dragon, since I thought we would never use it for a griffin chick.(The dragon did end up looking totally different though, since the belly of an oriental Dragon doesn’t drag.)
    -The fledgling pose was taken from the first drawing of the sitting griffin chick I did.

    It doesn’t matter really, each one is itself, even if they were derived from the same piece of paper!

    Yes, I could do a crouching fledgling. Be happy to. May I have a long life!”

    If you prefer to read the whole thing, this is the thread:

    http://windstoneeditions.com/forum/crouching-fledgling

    Back in 2007 somebody also suggested a dragon curled up on its back and playing with its tail, which would be very cute. 🙂

    #910794
    Samwise
    Participant

    I’ve only just come across these amazing dragons today and I am already addicted! The concept of dragons in more playful positions would be very cute!

    #911054
    Dragoneer_88
    Participant

    Another cute pose could be a fledgling dragon lying on his/her back and rolling around trying to scratch, kicking his/her feet in the air. I see horses do it all the time. My dog does it too. It’s so funny to watch. (Sorry, if this has been mentioned before. I’m new.)

Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.