|6 Nov 2009|| Anna Rose|
How do you do this!? I’m guessing it involves lots of time...
|7 Nov 2009|| Cynthia Elizabeth Oakley|
Thank you for visiting , I’m glad you like my dragons, I really enjoy making them.
|10 Nov 2009|| Cynthia Elizabeth Oakley|
Click here to write something!hi
|10 Nov 2009|| Sarah Fragore Roper|
hey! jsut a suggestion, and you dont have to pay me any attention, but you should do a dragon sculpture. but make it a sea dragon with shells put into the clay like scales (but not every scale. just occasional ones). and you should make it so it looks like it has just emerged from the water with, like, seaweed hanging off the horns. meh just an idea for ya....
|3 Jan 2010|| Johanna DragonLady Jimenez|
Hey Ms. Cynthia,
You are the first to comment over on my page---THANKS! You DO indeed sound like a twin to me. Wow. I hope to see the Avatar movie soon. I uh. . . just need to come up with the uh. . . funds for it. Yeah, that’s it!
Gosh, I really do love your dragons! That is fantastic detail!
I’m having a blast with my clay myself!
Peace Always---and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
|12 Nov 2010|| John Charles Blackford|
I am creating a dragon for our halloween set up for next year. He will be kept in the Garage. He will be a large puppet neck and head and front legs. I wanted to let you know and I will be sending you pics as I go along. I love your Dragons. I would like to know if you know where I could find some clear eyes that I could back light. and what size would you recommend? the Head is about the size of a real horse.
|27 Mar 2011|| Anon.|
"Tammy" I do sell my dragons. My e-mail is email@example.com
|27 Mar 2011|| Angela Lavelle Priest|
You are very talented. I wish I could draw or even sculpt something I am more or a writer. Hope to become you friend here.
|6 Nov 2012|| Bojan meniss Petran|
Beautiful work. I like diversity of forms and colors of dragons.