Aqua Dragon or Drat! He Still needs a name!

Sci fi/Fantasy image by

Shara Donohue

I made this fellow for a friend as a Christmas gift. This is a photo immediately before I completed him, the complketed dragon is coated with several layers of iridescent lacquer, but I didn't have time to photograph him once he was done. This dragon is made of polymer clay built over an armature of wire and aluminum foil. His base is made of polymer clay, glow-in-the-dark polymer clay, seaglass, quartz crystals and tumbled semi-precious stones, sodalite, amethyst, etc... His eyes are made of glazed ceramic beads. I Adore his belly scales, they were my favorite part! Yes, each scale was individually made (cut from a custom millefiori cane) and applied one at a time. I am very happy with the outcome of this piece. Alas, he is much prettier in person, for I have never had such a hard time trying to photograph a piece as I had with this one. By the time the angle was decent, the light was wrong, etc, etc... Anyhow, I hope you like him!

Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy

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