Author Topic: Sexually Differentiated Jawlines  (Read 386 times)

Rakeela

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Sexually Differentiated Jawlines
« on: June 11, 2018, 05:24:34 am »
Should male and female dragons have different jawlines?

I tend to accept tremendous morphological differences between dragons.  Any dragon is a dragon if they have the semblance of a dragon.  "Among our kind, wyverns even mate with wyrms," is a way that I've thought of it before.  I don't want to front-load my expectation here (though I have one with confidence), so what do others think?  Be assured that no answer is wrong.  If it is memory, it is memory.  If it is only preference, still we might yet have preference.

Rakeela

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Re: Sexually Differentiated Jawlines
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2018, 01:59:54 am »
When you specify a pattern, other patterns fade.  I consider this to be interesting.  There's nothing fearful to the process.  Decisions can be made again, made anew.  New patterns can be projected.  Faded patterns can be revived.  A pattern formed in one place, one mind, does not stop the same pattern from forming elsewhere.  A decision made that fades a pattern in one mind does not fade that pattern in any other mind.  An error in specification leads to bad refinements of the pattern.  What makes an error?  What makes a bad refinement?  That's totally subjective.  Sometimes the recognition of error comes in just noticing that something faded was desirable.