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Charizard + Sandslash = Igneosaurus

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Pokedex Entry:
Igneosaurus is a fire/ground type pokemon and lives in desert regions. This pokemon eats sand and heats it up in its belly to extreme temperatures, turning it into molten glass, which it then can use to fight its enemies with. Igneosauruses are quick to anger as they are extremely prideful creatures, they must be approached with great caution and respect. This pokemon looks similar to Sandslash and Charizard, inspiring a local legend that Igneosauruses are made when a Charizard eats a Sandslash. However, after testing this pokemon's DNA scientists have found it is its own unique species.

Mid-development: http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/entropydragon/igneosaurus-mid-point

This is probably one of my longest worked on artworks, I am really happy with how it turned out :D

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Nice image, I like that instead of a fire tail you made molten sand.
Good luck in the competition!

EntropyDragon responds:

Thank you, you too!

Incredible

EntropyDragon responds:

Thanks ^^

Nice shadows and highlights

EntropyDragon responds:

Thank you!

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