Designed and animated by Den Beauvais using Animation Master 2001. Enjoy: For a frame-at-a-time analysis:
This past weekend, August 2-4, Comic Con Honolulu 2019 featured the main cast of The Dragon Prince in various panels and autograph sessions. For those who didn’t make it, here are some videos: Comic Con Honolulu 2019 – Dragon Prince – Jack De Sena, Jason Simpson, Jesse Inocalla, Racquel Belmo, August 3: Streamed live August […]
At Wondercon, March 30, 2019 in Anaheim, CA, The Dragon Prince creators Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond held a panel which featured the voice actors of three villains: Jason Simpson (Lord Viren), Racquel Belmonte (Claudia), and Jesse Inocalla (Soren). The actors discussed their roles, performed “in character” for three skits, and with Aaron and Justin, […]
From 1976 to 2007, here’s a video compilation of cover art from Dragon Magazine. Posted online June 29, 2013 by T̷s̀uki̧kage͘.
Here’s a compilation of scenes from the motion picture Lensman (1984), featuring the dragon Lensman Worsel, helping Kimball Kinneson against the fiendish Boskone and their allies. Check it out:
When dealers and exhibitors come to conventions, they try all kinds of innovative ways to attract potential customers. Here, at Comic-Con International in San Diego, Neopets was promoting their School of Dragons game. On Saturday, July 21, their booth featured a green screen where people could wear Viking attire, have their photograph taken, and the […]
Brienne the Dragon needs a home! Brienne was sculpted by the remarkably talented Kim Beaton, using the outdoor all-weather sculpting material, Pal Tiya. Today Kim posted the following notice on Facebook: “Seattle Friends! I am seeking foster locations for my sculpture Brienne in order to get her sold. Can anyone suggest to me a possible […]
A steampunk dragon! Enjoy:
Today on Twitter, I came across a video from a creative person in the Netherlands, Willow. Have a look at her dragon wings: Articulated and moving wings stresstest! #ibelieveicanfly #iamprepared pic.twitter.com/Gj8zbvIWpm — Willow (@WillowCreativ3) February 12, 2018
To call attention to the theatrical release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Benedict Cumberbatch and a bunch of Weta Digital artisans brought the mighty Smaug to The Colbert Report on Comedy Central, December 11, 2014. Here it is: And the aftermath: Probably the most expensive talk show guest ever!