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Ramul's avatar

A to Z, but it's dragons

An even worser idea, since I quite liked that silly drawing. It would be about two dragons travelling the lands inhabited by all kinds of weird creatures, separated by stretches of ocean. Yes, the design of the sky whales is a reference to the orange blimp creatures from the first episode.
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Uchioojin's avatar

Fantastic! Also this sight looks to me as if the dragons have come to eat the parasites that live on the skin of the orange animals. The giant orange animals will be expecting it.

Ramul's avatar

Quite possible, they would be a good food source. But my thought was mostly about following the same travelling route and possibly protection from larger dragons.

Uchioojin's avatar

Oh, I had imagined a comfortable easy trip provided by a luxury cruise ship included restaurants. Their journey looks harder than I expected.

Ramul's avatar

Well, in this version, there is no run-down ship to fly with, just their own wings.

Uchioojin's avatar

Oh, I thought it would be easier to hold on to an orange creature (with meals) than to flap their own wings. But their sharp talons will be frowned on by the orange creature.

Ramul's avatar

One could land on their back, but they would quickly find it irritating, yes.

ImaginationExtra's avatar

I think this is a good idea! When you’re in a world without flying machines, you make use of the flying creatures already there to travel long distances.

Ramul's avatar

Or just accompany them because you are capable of flight yourself.

bhut's avatar

They are actually reminiscent of the ichthyosaurs. Great job!

Ramul's avatar

Heh, I was actually thinking of mosasaurs while sketching their features.

Evodolka's avatar

truly amazing :la:

Aristodes's avatar

If they remake Yellow Submarine, they should call you up.

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