Here it is steampunk/fantasy enthusiasts. A mechanical dragon of your very own, who will burden his back with whatever you see fit to put on it. Now you can drink coffee on the back of this beast and feel like a steampunk dragon hunter.
All of you Daenerys Targaryen fans out there looking for some jewelry now have a new item to lust after. This dragon claw bracelet is like having one of Daenerys’ winged babies clawing at your wrist all day long.
Check out this amazing dragon made from shards of compact discs. You don’t need to breath fire when every scale on your body is razor sharp and ready to cut you up. Look at how shimmery and shiny this beat is.
I’ve mentioned a couple times that SpaceX was set to become the first company to send a private spacecraft to dock with the ISS. Despite several delays, all went well for SpaceX with its launch, and this weekend the company’s Dragon cargo vessel successfully docked with the International Space Station.
The quality of this Skyrim Alduin birthday cake is amazing. It barely even looks like a cake. It looks more like an awesome figure that you could buy. Vera from Baking Obsession made this cake for her son’s birthday, modeled it after a sculpture from Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Collector’s Edition, to look just like Alduin the dragon.
Looking for a way to both keep your arms warm and be prepared for when a medieval clash breaks out? Browse Etsy seller Crystal Idyll’s array of dragonhide gauntlets. By dragonhide she means anodized aluminum, BTW.
I used to ride My Little Pony, until I took an arrow to the knee. Thankfully, I can still get some My Little Pony Action in a horrifying, flying little girl toy way. A geek going by the gibberish name zdzichorowerzysta, which I believe to be Russian for ZOMG… Ponies, has crafted what may be the cutest and strangest Skyrim mod yet.
This giant illuminated dragon looks like the lovechild of Tron and Burning Man given wings. If you were lucky, you would have seen this beast on Saturday, when artists Teddy Lo and Ryan Doyle showed off their art car at New York’s Robot Heart-O-Ween.
This is one of the cooler LEGO projects I have seen, and if you are really into heavy metal or Dungeons and Dragons this is the project you will want to try and recreate. Just don’t burn your house down playing with the thing when you are done building.
All this talk about augmented reality is cool, but this is a really cool application of this technology. The design basically involved tattooing a simple barcode onto someone’s arm.
What happens next? Well, check out the video below – when a camera views the barcode, it’s transformed into a flying dragon.
I’m not sure about this horrible controller trend, but with the release of Brando’s dragon gamepad, I think we can officially say that it has taken hold. It’s either that, or a lot of gamer masochists are finding new and creative ways to hide their proclivities.
How to Raise a Dragon is a charming little pixelated browser game all about–as you may have guessed–the care and feeding of dragons. Feed a hatchling, guide an adolescent beast, and see where the story takes you.
German toy company Tucher + Walther’s tin toy-making methods have remained unchanged, going as far back to 1880. Want to know their secret? They have vampire craftsmen; the ones around now were the exact same workers that they had in 1880.
In a marmalade forest (forest), between the make-believe trees, in a cottage cheese – cottage, lives not Albi but this head – esploding Cake Dragon. I meant Dragon Cake.
WHAT’S UP. WHAT IS UP. Some guy named John got this as his birthday cake.