Manik & Ratan’s Pet Dragon Interacts With Everyday Objects

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“Everything we know about you guys is wrong,” said Hiccup in the DreamWorks Animation movie How to Train Your Dragon. “They're not what we think they are. We don't have to kill them.”

Bangladeshi cartoonist twins Manik and Ratan are doing their part to put dragons in the new light. The twin brothers illustrates this adorable creature interacting with everyday objects, such as toy cars, a toothbrush, a magnifying glass, and cellphone. The series started by an accident. Once they drew a cartoon dragon. “Somehow that dragon looked so adorable that we thought, what if it interacted with the pencil,” told Manik and Ratan to Bored Panda. “So we drew the dragon which was poked by a pencil. It was so much fun seeing that dragon was annoyed.”

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“Later, we tried it to interact with other daily objects like stapler, cell phone or Lego. We started uploading these kind of doodles regularly and found that they were getting famous. People enjoyed this dragon so much that we decided to name it Drogo. Now Drogo became my cute adorable pet.”

Follow Drogo’s adventure on Instagram.

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