posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 11:53 AM
Originally posted by AncietSoul
What the hell is that? It doesn't even look like a Dragon. That looks like a toy and it's too Ugly.. Not sure who made that
Why those people want to eat everything..
"It doesn't even look like a dragon"
Enlighten me, good sir, on proper dragon anatomy.
It's like seeing a hovering craft 12 feet away from you with a window showing Greys inside and saying to yourself "They aren't alien enough. They
aren't similar enough to the crude drawings of eyewitness reports"
Also, google image search Chinese Dragon. Or watch Mulan.
Originally posted by Turkenstein
reply to post by Julio
understandably, they don't exist. someone suggested earlier that lizards don't have hair. I thought it was more of a feather plumage. Dinosaurs were
proven to have feathers. Decorative or warming feathers would be more likely to look like hair than feathers meant for flight (opinion). Also the
proportion could be plausible because lizards have all kinds of weird shaped bodies. Some lizards, surprisingly, can completely drop a tail then
regenerate a new one. So, what I am getting at is reptilians are highly adaptable and there are a lot of cold days in the elevations of mountainous
(not because I'm mad, but because he is breathing fire:roll)
edit on 13-9-2012 by Turkenstein because: (no reason given)
This is the kind of thinking I like to see! I love your opinion on the way the hair could have evolved, and you're very right about reptiles being
adaptable. I have to geckos of my own and if you tug on their tails the tails will pop off D:
Also, I 100% disagree with people saying it's a toy. When I was a kid, that dragon would have been the bees knees as a toy. The thing is,
manufacturers aren't going to put such fine detail into the feet and hair. Making a mold for feet like that would be a pain in the ass...
If anything it's an awesome piece of artwork using different animal parts.
edit on 9/13/2012 by Julio because: (no reason given)