Here is the famous dragon costume that's been talked about from Ren Faire in Wisconsin to down here in College. 4 years of hard work and two complete versions I now feel this costume is pretty complete. From head to tail everything was hand crafted.Below is a picture of me in teh dragon costume with my study buddy Amy in the french maid costume at a costume party we went to halloween and this photograph was posted with her permission. The photographs, taken by my friend Darek and with his permission given for me to edit. The lower photograph gives you a closer look at the mask, as well as the jewelry I made to go with the costume. I edited the contrast and the levels to enhance the focus of the photographs.Everything from head to tail was crafted by me. The mask was made with paper mache, the wings I designed and sewed to attach to my arms and actually fit most, the shirt I modified from a sports shirt of mine and attached the various fringe for that extra savage look, the pants I made from a pattern that was lying around. The lace over the pants flows when I walk it's kinda cool, and the jewalry was weaved with fiishing line using glass beads and coins. The blue thing around my middle is part of a bellydancing skirt I made and hides where I attach the tail to my pants.