|5 Nov 2004|| Northern Girl|
*first comment dance*
Note: Ice dragons breath frost, that's what makes them
cooler than fire dragons! Barbara Cythtor Dreamchaser Foster
replies: "*Laughs* I thank you, and Iceheart thanks you, too!"
|4 Jul 2005|| Amanda Hobbs|
It's always nice to see a sculpture artist in the woods! Your dragons are amazing -- there is so much detail and attention to color and their expressions are so genuine! Awesome!
|3 Nov 2005|| Madison|
Hi i was wondering how u put all of that detail in to your art i love it i hope to be as good as u some day e mail me maby we can do a art trade ...But i dont know how
|9 Feb 2006|| Joseph P. Foulks|
Scales are (to me) very important in the dragon making process. These are impressive. This is the first piece I've looked at, and I'm already getting ideas for my next project. I see I also need to work on eyes and mouth. Most of my dragons have closed mouths so I won't have to mess up the teeth. Fangs. Barbara Cythtor Dreamchaser Foster
replies: "*Delighted grin* Hey, I'm *always* glad to help other sculptors, and if I gave you some new ideas for your future work, then I'm even *more* delighted!
Yeah, scales really do make-or-break the dragon. You might check out my personal website, since the first "How'd she do that" tutorial goes over the different types of scales (as well as making an open-mouthed dragon)."
|21 Jul 2006|| Maarten aka scorpius|
Damn this is a fine piece of art here
i am stuned of the way that you perfected your art
|28 Jan 2007|| Schemilix|
I love his stance- he feels very powerful, as if he's about to spring. Very solid feel and intense detail. I love it.