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Nozdormu The Timeless

Medic Flier added 2 years ago

At first it was supposed to look like an eagle but I kind of failed so I turned it into a dragon. A little later a friend told me it looks kind of like Nozdormu from Hearthstone, World of Warcraft or anything related to that (despite his horns and eyes he looks similar). So here it is, hope you like it!

P.S. I can make a tutorial on how to make the head. :D

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Horvla
2 years ago
A lot more like Nefarian but still. It's a dragon.

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