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4.59 / 5.00

Jan 25, 2010 | 4:14 PM EST
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Author Comments

This is a breed i'm making, known as Kaygons.

They're based on a mix of dragon, dinosaur and bird, and can either have feathered wings, or none at all. Their bodies are made up of mostly feathers, with long decorative ones at the top of the neck, and usually along the tail. The colours and markings can be quite varied, but they often have a bright colour in their plumage. The scales on the face and the legs are always dull and desaturated. Although, on rare occassions these can be bright white.

They are okay runners, and the elongated back legs makes them very good jumpers. The winged variety vary in flight ability, with some being excellent flyers, and others only able to fly short distances.

They stand at about the height of an average horse and can be used as mounts. However, one does not chose a Kaygon. A Kaygon chooses you.

This one here is a young male known as Tor. :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

its great art work

mabye you could have another kaygon in it


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not your best

well ur others are better but i like how alot of your beast/dragons look like stuff from final fantasy and also bet u used alot of imagination to make this like an awsome dream. his right front leg is kinda small tho


Rated 5 / 5 stars

you got a gift.

your art is a true mythalogical masterpiece soaked with pure imagination and crafted with a sturdy hand just like all the others. and i must say your one of the best ive seen. keep up the good work.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is by far one of my favorite pics of yours. I would love to see one with wings though ;-)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love it. I design creatures in my free time, but I would never be able to create such a detailed description of their breed and habits. Keep this up dude. I can already see you making creatures for the monster manuals in dungeons and dragons. This is definitely going to my favorites. I give you a 10/10 review and a 5/5 vote submission.