Panzer Dragoon Series Fan PicturesFan pictures based on characters and events from the Panzer Dragoon series.
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A drawing representing all riders of the dragon. Kyle in Panzer Dragoon, Jean-Jacques Lundi in Panzer Dragoon Zwei, Edge in Panzer Dragoon Saga, and Orta in Panzer Dragoon Orta.
A speed sketch of a non-canonical form of Lagi called the Ancient Wing, in its agility class.
Azel and Orta along with the Blue Dragon resting near the side of a lake.
A pencil sketch of the character Azrael from Neil's fan fic, Panzer Dragoon X. If you want to learn more about this drone that is the story to read.
A personal Panzer Dragoon dragon design under the name Blitzkrieg Wing. "The more I looked into Panzer Dragoon, the more I felt it should've been in my childhood." Created using Photoshop CS3 + tablet.
"It started off as a Panzer Wing dragon, but soon mutated into something different. I'm calling this form the Blitzkrieg Wing. Unless anyone else wants to come up with a name?"
A fan drawing of the Blue Dragon from the Panzer Dragoon series.
In this piece of artwork entitled "Blue Shadow" the shadow of a dragon dissipates in a whirlpool.
A classic imperial warship of the Old Empire, seen in the Saturn Panzer Dragoon games.
Inspired by Panzer Dragoon. Cockatrice, the medieval name (a corruption of "crocodile") of a fabulous serpent supposed to be produced from a cock's egg. What if a cockatrice had offspring, turning the sky black?
A dragon form from the original novel from the Twilight Primary School Panzer Dragoon fan site. It is the dragon's fourth form in that story.
A diagram showing how two separate dragons might have evolved independently.
What words could better describe this dragon than "Drone Dragon"? The blue power lines running across its black exterior are enough to make you believe this was ridden by one of the Ancients.
Located on the edge of the western continent on the ruins of an Ancient vessel, was once a mere tribe that grew into an expanding nation of humans.
This form can't be found in any of the games; it was invented just for this drawing. The design is almost robotic, but fits into the world of Panzer Dragoon if you compare it to ships such as Mel-Kava.
The designs aren't tribal influences but come from the artist's inspiration from the Panzer Dragoon series. The shape of the helmet is a mix of Final Fantasy XII judge and a Halo ODST.
A outline only drawing of many of the dragon forms put together. He somehow managed to end up looking kind of evil though.
This dragon is difficult to describe. With its many wings, it doesn't resemble a dragon at first glance.
Three sketches of the Glider, Fledgling, and the baby pup.
Another version of the Eo Wing that somewhat resembles a fiery golden phoenix.
The difference between this Eo Wing and the previous incarnation are the red lines stretching across its wings. They resemble of electrical currents.
Again, we behold a dragon in a very uncharacteristic shape. Focus on the head and try not to think of it as a two dimensional creature, then the reason it was given the name Guardian Dragoon becomes becomes all too apparent.
Another picture of this red "Guardian Dragoon" created by He Who Is The Sky.
Entitled "Hidden Dragon Form", this dragon bears a close resemblance to the Sky Dart.
Imperial Conflict. Features the "Victory-Wing" causing havoc to the Empire, with He Who Is The Sky's older "Drone Dragon" as an obstacle to get passed.