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Blue-Green Dragon by CMWyvern Blue-Green Dragon by CMWyvern
This guy is now sold!!! I'm so excited, this is the first posable I have sold!! (No, the etsy store isn't up yet, I sold this dragon to somebody I met irl)
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Here is another dragon very similar in design to Fire Dragon I liked my Fire Dragon's face so much I decided to make another one... he's a slight bit different, mainly because I did not actaully have Fire Dragon with me at the time I was sculpting this one.

This time, however, I have found a paint for the fur that actually sticks!!!!!!!! This paint is a joy to use and does not gum up or stiffen the fur at all, even if I forget to brush it out while it's drying. I did not have any real plan for his coloration and markings, I just started painting and this is what I got! (And no, I do not use an airbrush)

Blue-Green Dragon is about 25" long, including his tail. He is fully posable, with polymer clay head, feet, and spikes, and a body of wire, quilt batting, and faux fur. He has spikes along his back, but none on his tail as does Fire Dragon. (They where a pain to put on, a pain to paint around, used a lot of clay, and I wasn't sure I even liked them, that is why.)
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Leothomas1 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014
The colors and exotic appearance of the creature instantly reminded me of fauna that would live on Pandora in the movie 'Avatar". 
CMWyvern Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
Well, that is one of my favorite movies!
Leothomas1 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014
I was just thinking about the 'Avatar' idea. The creatures in that movie had bio luminescence. If you were able to add LED lights as a component to your dolls it would give them a dramatic effect at night. I could see where children would get a kick out of that you might even have a blazing new toy line that could be marketed.
CMWyvern Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
That would indeed be very cool! There is something innately fascinating about things that glow.
griffinthewolf Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014
Do you sculpt it out clay and then cut the clay into a pattern then sew the piece together and then stuff and paint it.
CMWyvern Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
No, I haven't done pattern-making that way, but I've heard of it.
griffinthewolf Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014
I had my try at a head
CMWyvern Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
Did it work well?
griffinthewolf Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014
Yes i think very good I can try to get a link in
flynn-braveheart Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014
Wow, I am really impressed by your work! Just amazing! Wonder how you managed to dye the fur of the dragon, so may I ask what kind of paint you used for it? I have been looking for the right method to dye faux fur, but with no reliable results...
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