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  1. Warning: This thread might cause discomfort with your current dragon situation. Viewer discretion is advised. The Dragonification of Smaug the Wyvern Ever since the discussion whether Smaug was a wyvern or a dragon came up, I felt the need to give arms to the ultimate LEGO creature. According to some, dragons without arms are merely wyverns and therefore sad creatures. Would I dare to lay hands (pun intended) on such a marvellous creature? Would I dare drilling holes in it? Modified Smaug side by MWardancer, auf Flickr Modified Smaug total by MWardancer, auf Flickr Modified Smaug - The Last Thing You Ever Shall See by MWardancer, auf Flickr Modified Smaug showing his new claws by MWardancer, auf Flickr Modified Smaug from above by MWardancer, auf Flickr Customization notes: Buying two dark red arms is cheap and easy, so I decided to use techniques which would mess up the arms and not Smaug's body if things go wrong. When customizing a minifigure, you have to throw away parts sometimes because you destroyed them with paint, glue or drills. You cannot do that with an expensive dragon torso. Unlike the green fantasy dragon or similar molds, Smaug's front is much slimmer and curved. There is no flat straight surface where you could simply attach dragon arms. They would have big gaps and wrong angles. So I needed to carve and sand the arms to fit a threedimensional plain. This was easier than I thought. Also at this point there is no risk damaging the body yet. Then I drilled the holes to attach the arms. This fortunately worked well. Attaching the arms afterwards took over an hour because the pins I attached would not stick. The arms cannot move. It is impossible to achieve that because of the uneven shape of the torso.
  2. Wardancer

    Dragon Size Comparison

    Dragon Size Comparison It is safe to say that Smaug is the biggest dragon around. But is he bigger only by a bit or by far? What makes him so giantic? And, above all: Why is comparing body parts so much fun? I shall let the pictures speak for themselves and will only add a humble verdict. heads by MWardancer, on Flickr legs by MWardancer, on Flickr torsos by MWardancer, on Flickr wings by MWardancer, on Flickr necks by MWardancer, on Flickr Standing by MWardancer, on Flickr I was rather astonished that a huge part of the difference in size is a result of the different torsos. I did not expect Smaug's torso to be that much longer. The same is true for the neck. One aspect the pictures do not convey is the overall size, because that was done by others already. Smaug is insanely huge. A minifig on the Hungarian Horntail looks somehow proportionate. The green one gives the impression that it can be ridden by an outstanding rider it regards as its master. It is somewhat possible to built a very long lance for a fig on these two. If you put a fig on Smaug, it appears to be lost, a small speck on the back of a dark red beast. I tried to give various weapons to the rider, but they all look like a sad joke in comparison to all the claws and horns. Maybe a fine lady or a wise mage is the best option.