Tag Archives: Grootslang
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,299: Journey to the Wonder Cave (about 40 miles from the Sea).
“I would have included a human for scale, but I’m not sure how big the Grootslang actually is.” Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,297: Snaking Toward A Goal, Part 2.
Brought the carriage a bit higher and did a bit of thinking about making it just a bit snakier, but I’m pleased with where the Grootslang has gone: I do miss the ears, though, and am a bit hard-pressed … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,296: Snaking Toward A Goal.
I shambled home (and God bless the poor souls who were still at work when I left) around 1am, ate some muffins, stared at my computer, then drew this, which I’m pretty pleased with: Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,295: Running Commentary.
I’m so tired my eyes hurt, but I managed to draw this: I’m not sure how I feel about the straight-across silhouette; I’m thinking that the more upright carriage of other sauropods (though I’m not sure what the jury says … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,292: Ears to the Ground.
As much as I am enamored with the idea of the Grootslang being more like a dinosaur, I miss the elephant-headed monsters I was trying to cobble together. I’m leaning a bit back towards doing something like the long-snouted head … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,291: Primal Rage.
So on a whim, I decided to look up the range of where Brontosaurus fossils have been found. Googling “Brontosaurus range” didn’t turn up much, but “Brontosaurus rage” produced this little gem (EDIT: WordPress and Google Books don’t seem to … Continue reading
Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,290: Snake A Leg, Part II.
This realization made me wonder if the Grootslang has its roots in some kind of sauropod dinosaur, perhaps the newly-rechristened Brontosaurus. Continue reading