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Because, of course, floating mountains are the sole and exclusive copywritten property of Roger Dean.
Exactly. He may have started the trend, but it's become a reasonably widespread thing.


Though some of the more specific things like stoney arches do look pretty Roger Dean.
 
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It's really the arches. I can think of a half-dozen things with islands like that, but those arches are pretty unusual.
 

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It's been awhile since I've pored over my Roger Dean art books, but I seem to recall multicolored flying lizards/dragons too, so it's not just the floating islands and distinctive stone arches.
 

Ratman_tf

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It's been awhile since I've pored over my Roger Dean art books, but I seem to recall multicolored flying lizards/dragons too, so it's not just the floating islands and distinctive stone arches.




Hard to find a decent pic of the Toruk.
 

Mr Teufel

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Even so, draconic critters are draconic critters. And there's evidence that plenty of separate development was put into the life-forms... the !horses are more suspicious. But the arches are really convincing, and the overall look certainly helps Dean's case.
 
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