We know dragons don't exist. Or do they? What if, unbeknown to us, they are thriving
on a distant island where no human has ever set foot? They live happily within their own kind and do not
venture out into the outside world. In this scene, we see a family of these dragons playing together in their
pristine natural habitat — far, far removed from the claustrophobic and polluted world of humans.
The idea of dragons in the wild, powerful and completely free, has always fascinated me. So I decided to build this scene, inspired by a shot from the movie series "How to Train Your Dragon", to capture my imagination.
I got the model of the dragon from Blendswap and that of the cliff from
I duplicated the dragon model into three using Blender and adjusted them until I was satisfied with their positions on the scene.
I put together the dragons and the cliff and after some more adjustments I finally got the model I was opting for.
My model has 29664 faces. It is loaded as a .obj file and I have used BVH to intersect the model.
Codes: bvh.cpp, obj.cpp
I added a slight depth of field effect,
to focus on the dragons and blur the grassy patch at the front of the scene.